Offers: Win A First-Class Trip To See The Goya Exhibition In Lille, France
Saturday 23 January 1999
opportunity to win a stylish day out at the Goya Exhibition in Lille this February or March, escorted by a guide from the prestigious Royal Academy. You and a friend will travel first class on Eurostar to Lille, from London or Ashford International. While away the two-hour journey with breakfast on the train and arrive ready to enjoy this internationally acclaimed exhibition at the Palais des Beaux Arts.
The Royal Academy guide of the exhibition and an information pack should answer any questions you have about this influential 18th-century Spanish artist, one of the great masters of portrait painting.
Sample lunch in a delightful local restaurant and take time out to explore Lille before relaxing with dinner on the train home. We are offering a pair of first-class day return tickets to Lille leaving on either Saturday 20 or 27 February or Saturday 6 March 1999. All you have to do is to dial the number below, answer the following question on the line and leave your name, full address and a daytime telephone number.
Q: Which country was Goya from?
Call 0906 470 0927
Calls cost 60p per minute and should last no longer than two minutes. Winners will be picked at random after lines close at midnight on 29 January 1999. There are no substitute prizes or cash alternatives. Normal Independent rules apply. The Editor's decision is final.
For direct reservations of further details of this trip call 0990 848 848
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