Win your very own tailor-made holiday to Graubünden, Switzerland
Monday 16 July 2012
Whether your idea of holiday heaven is hiking up a mountain or something more relaxed, the Graubünden region of Switzerland has the answer, with Exclusively Pure – holiday experiences to savour!
Our Graubünden ambassador is former Olympic downhill skier Graham Bell, who visited Graubünden in southeast Switzerland earlier this summer. Follow in his footsteps and our competition will reveal your own holiday personality. Would you rather unwind in an exclusive spa or swim in a crystal clear mountain lake? Sleep out under the stars or get pampered in a chic Alpine hotel? Perhaps shopping in Chur, which is Switzerland's oldest town, or a cycling trip through stunning mountain scenery?
Enter our Exclusively Pure competition for your chance to win your own tailor-made holiday to Graubünden. The prize is for you and a guest and includes UK return economy flights with Swiss International Air Lines to Zurich, first-class Swiss rail transfers, accommodation with breakfast and activities to suit you. The prize is valid for travel in summer 2013 (May-October), is subject to availability and not for any high season departure dates.
Terms and conditions
Deadline for entering the competition is 31 October 2012. Entry is free and without obligation. Winners will be selected randomly and informed by email, and their names may be published. Prizes cannot be converted into a cash payment. No correspondence will be entered into about this competition, and legal recourse is excluded. Employees of Graubünden Tourism (and partners) are ineligible to participate. Full terms and conditions available at pure.grabunden.com. The Independent's terms and conditions can be found here.
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