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Spend Anzac Day in Gallipoli

16 January 2013

Spend Anzac Day in Gallipoli

Get in quick to secure final places on Tempo Holidays’ range of 2013 Anzac Day tours in Gallipoli.

The 3-day Anzac Day with Troy package includes the Anzac Day Dawn Service and services at the Lone Pine Australian Memorial and Chunuk-Bair New Zealand Memorial, as well as guided tours of the Gallipoli battlefields and Troy from NZ$616* per person twin share.

Departing Istanbul 23 April, the package features a guided tour of Anzac Cove, Kabatepe War Museum, the Lone Pine Australian Memorial and Turkish and allied trenches as well as central accommodation in Cannakkale.

Tempo is also offering a 5-day Anzac Day with Troy option priced from NZ$1054* per person twin share departing Istanbul 21 April.

The tour combines Anzac Day services with an extended tour of Istanbul visiting the Blue Mosque, the Hippodrome, the Underground Cistern, the Hagia Sophia Museum, Topkapi Palace and the Grand Bazaar. Highlights of the trip include an Anzac Day battlefield tour and a fully guided tour of the archaeological ruins of Troy.

The 9-day Anzac Day & Ephesus package includes Anzac Day services, a one way flight from Izmir to Istanbul as well as a guided tour of Istanbul, the Gallipoli battlefields and Troy. The tour departs Istanbul 21 April from NZ$1907* per person twin share. The trip also includes tours of the Greco-Roman cities of Ephesus and Pergamon.

All packages include English-speaking local guides, accommodation, some meals and transport.

Gallipoli attracts thousands of visitors for ANZAC Day services each year. Packages are selling fast so book now to secure spots for 2013.

Contact your local travel agent or Tempo Holidays at www.tempoholidays.co.nz, 09 520 1490 or info@tempoholidays.co.nz. For more information, refer to Tempo’s specials and promotions.

*Terms and conditions apply. Prices are per person, based on twin share accommodation. Prices may fluctuate due to changes in currency exchange rate, fees, taxes, accommodation type and season. Deals and offers are subject to availability.

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