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Experience the glitz and glamour of Eurovision


29 November 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 Scandinavian specialist has secured a small allocation of highly prized tickets to the world’s biggest song contest in Malmo, Sweden next year as part of its 15-day Eurovision Capitals package from NZ$4194* per person, twin share.

Departing 5 May 2013, it includes tickets to the two semi-finals and the grand final in the highly prized fan club area on the dance floor in front of the stage, as well as a coach tour of former Eurovision host cities including Helsinki, Tallinn, Riga, Stockholm and Copenhagen.

The tour leaves from Helsinki and will be led by Sharleen Wright, former Eurovision commentator.

Thirteen nights' accommodation in 4-star hotels, one night overnight ferry in an outside cabin, 14 continental buffet breakfasts, two dinners, coach transfers and sightseeing tours with an English speaking guide are also included.

Bookings are exclusive to Bentours. Book now to secure places by contacting Bentours the Scandinavian specialist on 0800 443 510 or www.bentours.co.nz.

* Prices are per person, based on twin share accommodation. Eurovision Capitals Tour is valid for sale until 03 Apr 13 and to new bookings only. The advertised price is valid for departure 5 May 13. A non-refundable deposit of $500 per person is required at the time of booking. Full payment is due by 3 Mar 13. All airfares are excluded.

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