Anzac Day Ceremonies
Anzac day commemorates the anniversary of the 1915 landing at Gallipoli. This day is a day to commemorate Australians who have died in war and have served in peacekeeping operations in conflict. With courage, friendship, and values to die for, the Anzac spirit remains relevant to our sense of national identity. On Anzac day, ceremonies are held in Australia and around the world to commemorate the service of Australian veterans.
Anzac is an abbreviation of the first letters of the words Australian and New Zealand Army Corps.
If you are one who landed at the Istanbul airport to attend the Anzac Day ceremony on April 25th, keep your comfort and safety by making a reservation for Istanbul-Anzac private transfer services which will be approximately 310 km. Transfer service is provided by a comfortable luxury car with an English-speaking driver. Contact us to hire a car with a driver for your Istanbul to Gallipoli trip
İstanbul To Anzac Transportation
Anzac Cove is a small cove in Turkey, attracting attention due to its clear sea and witnessing important events in history on the Gallipoli Peninsula. It is famous for the Anzacs landing in this bay during the Dardanelles War. The bay, which is approximately 600 meters long, is surrounded by Arıburnu hills. After the landing, the beach became the home base for the Anzacs. On Anzac Day, 25 April 1985, the Turkish government officially adopted the name Anzac Cove.
Gallipoli Commemoration Ceremonies/ Anzac Day in Turkey
Every year on Anzac Day (25 April), Australia and New Zealand host the Dawn Ceremony with Turkey's kind support and cooperation at the Anzac Ceremony Site on the Gallipoli Peninsula.