Win a weekend in Venice

09:42 25 February 2013

You could win a weekend in Venice

You could win a weekend in Venice

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MyOffers is giving away an incredible trip for two to Venice, quite possibly the most romantic city in the world.

Your prize will include return flights and accommodation, all you need to do is relax and take in the sights and sounds, exploring the wonders of St Mark’s Basilica, the Doges’ Palace or the Rialto Bridge, which spans the meandering Grand Canal.

You’ll be able to take the obligatory gondola ride around the city, allowing you to explore all the elegance the city has to offer, as well as brush up on your knowledge of film locations, as Venice has been the backdrop for some classic movies including Casino Royale, Moonraker, Indiana Jones and Tomb Raider.

This prize draw closes on Sunday, 31 March 2013 Terms and Conditions

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