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Love Travelling and Blogging? Your Chance to Win a Fantastic Trip to Istria, Croatia

viThe region of Istria in Croatia has been ranked among the top ten best world destinations by leading publications such as National Geographic Traveller, CNN, USA Today, Huffington Post and Fodor’s, and now thanks to a promotion campaign launched today by the Istria Tourist Board, you can win a chance find out why for yourself…

The ShareIstria promotion campaign is inviting bloggers, travel writers, social network authors and opinion leaders to apply for an opportunity to win a free 7-day holiday in Istria. A number of winners will be selected and invited to have a holiday there.

Winners will be staying on a unique island/the Porer Lighthouse in the Medulin Aquatorium as well as in a luxury Lone Hotel in Rovinj or a small family hotel Kaštel in Motovun during their stay, and will be required to write at least two daily posts on social networks or their blogs in connection with their daily experiences. Winners have the opportunity to bring friends along. Each day will be filled with various activities organized by the Istria Tourist Board, and a main prize of 10,000 euros is up for grabs for the best team.

Sounds like your thing? All those interested in winning an interesting stay in Istria can apply on www.shareistria.com

ShareIstria from Istria Tourist Board on Vimeo.



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