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Hassle Free Travel Agency is based in Çanakkale / Turkey and since 1989 have welcomed, catered and toured thousands of visitors in this region, mainly Australians and New Zealanders, aimed to visit the sacred Battlegrounds of Gallipoli and the antique city of Troy.

Hassle Free quality, with it's experienced logistics staff and guides, a fleet of different-sized, modern, A/C vehicles and well designed daily or package tours, have so far pleased and fulfilled all of our customers.

During the last 21 years, Hassle Free has been orginising special ANZAC DAY packages with which Hassle Free has also been very successful and reputed.

  Hassle Free Travel has a range of package tours all around  Turkey. These packages run on a fixed departure and are fully escorted and may included a number of other participants on the same itinerary.  The itinerary is generally fixed and touring is normally coach or mini bus. All the package tours advertised on our web site are with guarantee departures.
  If you, your friends or family like to be away from crowds, we can organise a special departure of any trips or tailor-make itineraries regarding your enquiries. ANY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS? It is “HASSLE FREE” of course “NO WORRIES”.  
  Hassle Free offers daily excursions with guarantee departures, this gives you an opportunity to sign up one of the day trips running from any city you are staying in. You just need to listen our professional tour guides instead of browsing guide books. This will also save your time and will make you to feel the rhytm of Turkey.
  5142890991 is, of course, our busiest time and Hassle Free Travel Agency is most active during this period. 1998 saw Hassle Free Travel Agency responsible for hundreds of visitors. Many of these being groups from Australia, New Zealand, Britain as well as individual travellers. We also assist private groups with their ANZAC Day activities.
  Early in the morning of 11 November 1918 the armistice to end the 1st World War was signed which became effective at 11.00 A.M the same day. Thus the guns on the Western Front in France fell silent and hostilities of four years were ceased.
The cease-fire was made permanent the following year when the League of Nations signed the Treaty of Versailles. People across the world celebrated the war's end - celebrations tempered by thoughts of the enormous suffering and loss of life resulting from the war.
After World War II Armistice Day was renamed as “Remembrance Day” to commemorate the 25 million people killed in both World Wars.
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