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Win a 4 day city break to Krakow!

Win a 4 day city break to Krakow!

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2017 has seen Belfast Telegraph Travel give away holidays to luxurious destinations across the world, from Venice to Cannes, Lake Garda to Verona – and we’re not done yet!

Our final holiday giveaway of the year is to the beautiful & historic city of Krakow! This city is bursting with character and steeped in culture, with lots to see and do. From the renowned Wieliczka Salt Mines to the famous Royal Tombs, there is plenty to keep you busy!

This fantastic prize includes:

4 nights

  • Return flights from Belfast International Airport to Krakow.
  • Return guided transfers by coach to your hotel.
  • 4 nights 3 star hotel accommodation in Krakow on a bed and breakfast basis.
  • Half day guided walking tour of Krakow with professional guide, with entrances to Wawel Cathedral, Royal Tombs, Sigismond’s Bell and St. Mary’s Church included.
  • Afternoon excursion to Wieliczka Salt Mines with guided tour.
  • Free time for shopping and sightseeing of your choice.

To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the question correctly and fill out the form below!

  • Closing date for entries 31 October 2017.
  • Travel to be taken by 30 April 2018, subject to availability.

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The giveaway runs from 17/09/2017 to 31/10/2017. The draw for the prize will take place on 01/11/2017, and the winner will be notified by email or telephone.

All entrants must be 18 years or over and residents of Northern Ireland. Only entrants who submitted correct registration details will be eligible.

Subscribers must enter the giveaway before the applicable closing date.

Incomplete, illegible or late entries will not be accepted. No responsibility will be accepted for entries lost or delayed in the course of transmission.

By filling in all the details required in the entry form online and confirming that you have read the terms and conditions of entry and completing the answer and sending it (selecting the ’Submit’ button) to INM you are deemed to have accepted all applicable terms and conditions of the competition.

Persons not eligible to enter the online giveaway include employees of INM, and their families, agents of belfasttelegraph.co.uk and any third party included in this promotion.

The prize is non-transferable and cannot be redeemed for cash or any other equivalent.

belfasttelegraph.co.uk reserve the right to substitute activities of an equivalent or greater value to those specified, should any part of the activity become unavailable.

The online giveaway winning entries will be selected in a draw by a random generator. No correspondence or communication will be entered into.

Winner must agree to participate in any promotional activities that may be organised by INM in connection with the giveaway.

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INM reserves the right in its absolute discretion to disqualify any entrant, to add to or waive any rules without prior notice to the entrants or in the event of circumstance beyond the control of INM arising which in its opinion makes it desirable to cancel the competition at any stage.

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