Venture on a fabulous adventure with Motorcycle Tour Turkey & Bulgaria during ANZAC Day. Start your journey in Eastern Europe in the capital city of Bulgaria – city of Sofia. Travel to Turkey and dare to cross the Dardanelle’s Strait to Asia. Continue your adventure riding under the blue sky and along azure seas, visit underground cities and embark on a fabulous hot air balloon ride.

Turkey will surprise with its beautiful country side, going from traditional to modern. The imperial city of Istanbul will surely impress. Cross Bosphorus Strait and walk the busy streets. In the evening a Bosphorus Dinner cruise will reveal Istanbul by night – magical.

Ephesus Archaeological Park, Turkey


  • Motorbike Rides along Marmara Sea, Aegean SeaMediterranean Sea, & Black Sea
  • Cross Bosphorus & Dardanelles Straits
  • ANZAC Cove – the main base for the Australian and NZ troops during the Gallipoli campaign.
  • Archaeological site of Troy – UNESCO World Heritage.
  • Ancient City of Ephesus – remains of the famous Temple of Artemis, one of the “Seven Wonders of the World”
  • Cappadocia –  exceptional natural wonders, fairy chimneys and a unique cultural heritage

Brief itinerary:

Day 1, Sofia (Bulgaria)

Welcome to Bulgaria. You will be collected from Sofia Airport and transferred to your hotel in the capital city.

Day 2, Sofia (BG) – Edirne (TR) – Tekirdag
455 km – about 5hrs riding

Ride to Tekirdag, a harbor city and a preferred vacation place for inhabitants of Istanbul.
On  the way stop in Edirne and enjoy strolling the streets of this beautiful city.

Day 3, Tekirdag – Gallipoli – Anzac Cove – Canakkale
188 km – about 4hrs30min riding

Ride along Marmara Sea to Anzac Cove – a small cove on the Gallipoli peninsula.
The ANZACs landed here during World War I.
Cross Dardanelle Strait, separating Asian Turkey from European Turkey.
Spend the night in Canakkale.

Day 4, Chanakale – Troy – Izmir
310 km – about 5 hrs riding

ANZAC Day – Experience the The Dawn Service at Gallipoli. From 4.30 am, representatives from the Australian Defense Force read excerpts from the letters and diaries of Australians who have experienced war first-hand.
Visit the real archaeological site of Troy – UNESCO World Heritage.
Continue your journey to western Anatolia.
Accommodation in Izmir.

Day 5, Izmir – Selcuk (Ephesus) – Didim
196 km – about 3hrs10min riding

Ride to the Ancient City of Ephesus.
Remains of the famous Temple of Artemis, one of the “Seven Wonders of the World” attract the visitors.
Evening in Didim.

Day 6, Didim – Fethiye
243 km – about 4hrs riding

Cross Sakar Pass on your way to Amyntas Rock Tombs in Fethiye on the Aegean Sea.
The ancient kings rock tombs are carved in the mountain wall at ancient Telmessos, Lycia.
Evening in Fethiye.

Day 7, Fethyie – Side
300 km – about 4h30min riding

Ride the old roman road in the middle of an ancient city.  Side is situated on a small charming peninsula.
Visit the Greek Theatre and the famous Apollon Temple.

Day 8, Side – Konya – Goreme, Cappadocia
458 km – about 6hrs10min riding

The city of Konya is the city of the famous Whirling Dervishes.
Visit Mevlana Museum and continue riding to Cappadocia.
The region is characterized by fairy chimneys and a unique historical and cultural heritage.
Accommodation in Goreme.

Day 9, Goreme, Cappadocia

Enjoy a rest day in Cappadocia. Seeing the region from above during a hot air balloon ride will surely impress you.
Spend the night in Goreme.

Day 10, Goreme – Ankara
291 km – about 3h34min riding

Ride to Ankara, Turkey’s second largest city after Istanbul.
Ankara became the new Turkish capital upon the establishment of the Republic on 1923.
Accommodation in Ankara.

Day 11, Ankara – Inebolu – Doganyurt
370 km – 5hrs20min

From the Central Anatolia to the Black Sea.
Ride the twists and turns of the black sea coast to the fishermen city of Doganyurt.
The ride will reward you with incredible riding and fantastic views.

Day 12, Doganyurt – Amasra – Eregli
290 km – about 5hrs36min riding

Continue the Dragon Road of the Black Sea Coast to Amasra.
Hundreds of road bends and tunnels will spice up the ride. Evening in Eregli.

Day 13, Eregli – Sile – Istanbul
317 km – about 5hrs40min riding

The city of Sile is famous for its beautiful views over the Black Sea and its old lighthouse.
The  fish market next to the castle walls is a fabulous experience. Evening in Istanbul.

Day 14, Istanbul – Rest Day 

Enjoy a rest day in one of the greatest cities in the World – Istanbul.
You can visit Topkapi Palace, Hagia Sofia Mosque or enjoy a boat ride.
A Bosphorus dinner cruise will show you Istanbul in a different light.

Day 15, Istanbul (TR) – Burgas (BG)
325 km – about 5hrs10min riding

Continue your journey back to Bulgaria and the Black Sea Resort of Burgas.
Second port city in the country, Burgas is a famous summer destination.

Day 16, Burgas – Sofia
382 km – 3h41min riding

Ride back to the city of Sofia. Arrival at 02:00 PM.
Transfer to the Airport for your flight back home.

The itinerary is complemented with excellent accommodation because the region offers charming hotels and cozy country inns.

This is an overview of the tour.
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Departure Dates:

  • 2024 – April 22
  • 2025 – April 22
  • 2026 – April 22

available on different dates for private groups

Prices for this
Bulgaria & Turkey Motorcycle Tour

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Special offer available for bookings made until June 30 – 2024!

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