Win luxury holidays in Turkey
Saturday 30 July 2005
The Independent has 10 luxury holidays for two people to give away, courtesy of Turkey specialist, Exclusive Escapes.
There are five fantastic destinations to choose from: if you prefer a long weekend break you could be soaking up the sights and culture in the vibrant city of Istanbul or visiting the bizarre and beautiful landscapes in Cappadocia. For those who prefer a week-long holiday you could be relaxing at a luxury resort in the Gulf of Gocek or The Kaya Valley, or even gulet cruising along The Lycian Coast.
For your chance to win one of these fantastic holidays simply collect five differently numbered tokens that will appear in The Independent print edition until Friday 5 August and send them together with your completed entry form to: Luxury Holidays in Turkey Competition, Marketing & Promotions, PO Box 55705, London E14 1AQ.
This page represents your online bonus token.
Please ensure that you state your preferred destination clearly on the back of the envelope.
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