Game of Thrones’ final season is here and tour company Unforgettable Croatia has added something to spice up the adrenaline rush. They have opened doors to the exciting world of this fantasy drama for its fans. One lucky fan will get a chance to win an exclusive seven-night Game of Thrones tour in Croatia simply by guessing the ending of the show. The tour will include visits to the locations, which were used for filming the episodes. By Swastika Mukhopadhyay
“Think you can guess the ending of the final series of Games of Thrones? Well, if you can, you could win a chance to a Game of Thrones‘ tour in Croatia,” Unforgettable Croatia wrote.
Game of Thrones harbours a huge fan base who have spent years trying to figure out the ending of this fantasy drama series. Game of Thrones has been a driving force behind many coffee table discussions, conversations and numerous arguments. The fight behind who will get the throne is certainly an interesting topic to converse on. Now, the fans have been given an opportunity to present their assumptions and score a visit to all of the filming locations across Dubrovnik and Split. Croatia, which stands as an important location used for filming the series, has notable locations from the show including King’s Landing, Braavos, Qarth and the Westeros Riverlands.
The all-expense paid trip will include three nights in Split and four nights in Dubrovnik. The trip will also involve guided tours of all the iconic filming locations in both the cities. Also, there will be a speed boat trip to the islands of Hvar and Vis. The company will also arrange five-star hotel accommodations with breakfast included at all destinations. P.S- international flights will not be included in the package.
How to enter the contest?
Fans can participate by simply sending their predictions on how Game of Thrones will conclude. The predictions should be wrapped up in not more than 1,000 characters. Correct guesses will lead to a prize drawing. The entries for the contest are now open and the deadline is 11:59 pm on May 5th, 2019.
“The anticipated ending of Game of Thrones is something, which no one seems to agree on, and for good reason. With so many different storylines and characters to contend with it’s practically impossible to predict what’s going to happen; but that’s what makes trying to predict it so fun,” the company was quoted saying.