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Experience the glitz and glamour of Eurovision

5 September 2012

Experience the glitz and glamour of Eurovision

Grab your white tuxedo or sequined dress and start practicing your best dance moves – you’re going to Eurovision* with Bentours.

The 15-day This is Malmo Calling – Eurovision Tour visits some of Eurovision’s fabulous former host cities before taking you to Sweden for the finale of the biggest song contest in the world from NZ$3725* per person twin share.

Starting in Helsinki on 5 May 2013, highlights include tours of Tallinn and Riga as well as Stockholm, which is famous for producing 1974 winners and global superstars ABBA, as well as 2012 winner Loreen.

Finishing with seven nights in Copenhagen, the city of choice for Eurovision fans next year and just a 15 minute train ride from the Eurovision arena in Malmo, travellers will party in nightclubs hosting special events and experience the excitement mounting throughout both cities ahead of the concert finale on 18 May 2013.

Accommodation with daily buffet breakfast, three dinners, English speaking guide, sightseeing on the itinerary, private tours of Lund, Malmo and Copenhagen and all service and reservation charges are included.

Tickets to Eurovision are not included as they are not released until late 2012. Updates on costs and availability of Eurovision tickets will be provided as soon as they are known.

For bookings or further information contact your local travel agent or Bentours on 0800 443 510, www.bentours.com.au

*Tickets to Eurovision are not included. This tour may operate even if Eurovision tickets are not obtained. Terms and conditions apply. Prices subject to change and availability. Advertised prices are per person based on twin share accommodation. Valid for sale until 5th March 2013, or until sold out.

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