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The US dollar is currently strong against the Euro ($1.12 = 1 Euro). It’s even relatively strong against the British pound ($1.41 = 1 pound). That means there’s great value for Americans in Europe right now, which is great—but wouldn’t you rather go for free?
Good news: World Nomads and Fodor’s Travel are partnering up to give away a five-night, six-day trip for two to one of five iconic European cities: London, Paris, Rome, Berlin, and Barcelona. To enter, all you have to do is select a city from that list and write, in 100 words or less, why the city “gives you itchy feet” (it’s a walking-themed giveaway). Provide a few basic details (name, location, email, etc.), and you’ll be officially entered to win. It all happens on this page.
With the weather warming, there’s a clear emphasis on getting out and exploring by foot in this “Spring into an Urban March” contest. There’s no better way to get to know a great walking city (like London, Paris, Rome, Berlin, or Barcelona) than wandering its streets by foot, and so the winner (and plus-one) will head off for Europe equipped with a copy of “10 Great Walks in Our Favorite Cities,” a Fodor’s classic. In fact: All contest entrants, just for entering, can download a digital copy of the guidebook, which includes “tours for five bonus US cities, for those who like to Urban March closer to home.”
Here’s the full list of winnings from the Official Rules:
- $2,000 American Express travel voucher toward airline tickets
- Two $750 apparel vouchers for travel apparel courtesy of Toad & Co.
- $750 Airbnb voucher for five nights
- One-week standard plan travel insurance policy from World Nomads Inc. for two travelers
How to enter:
Head to the “Spring into an Urban March” contest homepage before the contest ends on March 31, 2016 at 11:59:59 ET. Good luck!
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