WIN a holiday of your choice, for four; The Journal: Competition.
1 Take a five-night holiday to what is undeniably one of the world's greatest cities, the take-your-breath-away pulsating metropolis that is dazzling New York.
2 Choose a six-day holiday of rest, relaxation and exciting exploration in one of Europe's most beautiful corners, as you journey to Italy's heartland taking in Pompeii and Sorrento.
3 Join the increasing band of travellers discovering or rediscovering the charm and warmth of the Mediterranean and the natural beauty of the unspoiled lakes and mountains as you spend eight days in Croatia and Slovenia.
4 Choose to take a four-day break to Barcelona. A living museum of the vibrant, colourful excesses of Modernism and famed for its shopping, its nightlife, its tapas and above all for its style.
5 For stunning sights, a sense of history and modernism combined, take a four-day break to Prague. As well as the warmest of welcomes in its art nouveau cafes, modern espresso bars and countless pubs, Prague is simply hard to beat.
6 It has long been a favourite haunt of those seeking the warming rays of the sun and the health giving benefits of a break by the sea. Join us in this special place on a four-day break to Nice and Monte Carlo
7 Join us on a four day break to Europe's friendliest capital - Dublin. Once vibrant and youthful, yet without letting go of its great heritage, celebrated in its literary associations, its great university and above all, its music. Enjoy the 'craic!'.
8 The Italian capital is a place where present day life thrives and buzzes amongst the treasure trove of monuments and buildings, stunning relics of an ancient civilisation. Whether it's for these treasures of the past or pleasure of the present, take a four-day break to Rome.
9 There is no city on earth that can match the beauty and heart-stopping glory of Venice. Take a four-day break in one of the most beguiling, most intruiging and most romantic setting on the planet.
10 Stunning, romantic, vibrant, magnificent. All descriptions fitting the Hungarian Capital of Budapest, a twin city straddling one of Europe's greatest rivers, and a perfect place for a four day short break.
For full details on each of the holidays featured in this competition, along with suggested itinerary please go to www.journallive.co.uk/competitions
To request a brochure for any of the holidays featured or if you are looking for inspiration for your next break, contact our Reader Travel customer service team on (0191) 201-6000.
To enter this competition send your answer to the question below on the entry form, along with your details and send your entry to The Journal Holiday Competition, PO Box 761, Newcastle NE99 1QP. Entries must arrive by Friday, March 28, 2008.
QUESTION: What is the name of the female presenter who fronted TV's Wish you Were Here programme?
A: Fearne Cotton
B: Judith Chalmers
C: Kirsty Young
The first correct entry drawn at random on Monday, April 7, 2008 will receive the prize as offered. Winners will be contacted directly within 48 hours of the draw and details will be updated monthly at www.journallive.co.uk/winners. Usual ncjMedia promotion rules apply, available at www.journallive.co.uk/legal. Competition open to residents within the circulation area of The Journal. A full postcode list and footprint of the circulation can be found at www.journallive.co.uk/legal or available from Freepost NEA1676, Promotions, Groat Market, Newcastle, NE1 1BR. The Editor's decision is final.
Holidays featured are organised by Newmarket Air Holidays Ltd, Mcmillan House, Cheam Common Road, Worcester Park, Surrey, KT4 8RQ. ABTA V7812 ATOL 2325. Booking dates of the prize holiday are subject to availability. Newmarket Air Holidays Booking Conditions apply and will be made available when booking confirmed.
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|Publication:||The Journal (Newcastle, England)|
|Date:||Mar 17, 2008|
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