Gallipoli Battlefields Tour Guide

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Gallipoli Battlefields Tour Guide

Postby Bicer » Thu Nov 13, 2014 7:41 pm

Hello everyone,

First of all, many thanks to Admins to allow me join into this family.

I am Adem Biçer, a specialist and local tour guide in (Gallipoli & Ancient cities of Troy and As'sos) Çanakkale. People mainly call me as ADAM.
I graduated from Tour Guide Department of Selçuk University by studying tourism, history, art history, modern history, war history, archeology, mythology, etc. in 2006.
Since 2006 Living and being a tour guide in Çanakkale.
I hold the Turkish state’s certificate qualifying me as a guide for all sites in Turkey, but I concentrate on introducing visitors to the history of the Gallipoli battlefields, and the ancient cities of Troy and As'sos.

For two years I'm the President of the Chamber of the Tour guides in Çanakkale.

I have some projects for the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli Campaign.
I pride myself on my ability to add a personal touch to every tour I handle.

That's why I would like to be member of this forum, if you don't mind, to be able to help the other members please never hesitate to ask for help whenever you and your friends have any questions about Gallipoli Campaign and need any arrangements in this area.

Kind regards.
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Re: Gallipoli Battlefields Tour Guide

Postby Dorkins » Tue Feb 24, 2015 2:59 am

To Adam Bicer-Hi, we are a group who will be visiting Istanbul and hopefully the Gallipoli area in April around to ANZAC day.
I expect you will be very busy with tours around this time but before ANZAC day we will hopefully take a trip from Istanbul to the Gallipoli area- some in our group have tickets in the ballot but our group does not.
My email address is Can you let me know if you are either maybe available for tours around that time or if you could either recommend someone who maybe, thank-you.
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