Guessing The End Of Game Of Thrones Right May Take You To Croatia

Guessing The End Of Game Of Thrones Right May Take You To Croatia
Guess the ending, and you've GoT this, Photo Credit: Shutterstock

Win a Game of Thrones Trip to Croatia with your partner, absolutely free of cost; all you have to do is predict the end of the show's 8th season, screening this April

OT Staff
April 27 , 2019
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If you’re that Game of Thrones fan who has the knack of picking up every possible detail of the show to predict how it ends this year, maybe it's time your talent is rewarded. With the various storylines and character arcs that make it impossible to theorise this most awaited climax, anyone who does manage to crack it definitely deserves a Prize; A free Game of Thrones vacation in Croatia.

And that is exactly what Unforgettable Croatia is offering. With Game of Thrones finale hitting the screens this April, one lucky (and also highly determined and intelligent) fan has the chance to travel to the show’s most notable landmarks and locations along with their partner. The tour is a 7-night package that includes travelling to Split and Dubrovnik, including iconic destinations such as the King’s Landing itself, Qarth, Braavos as well as the Westeros Riverlands. With an English-speaking guide and a boat trip to the idyllic islands of Hvar and Vis, this Game of Thrones fan dream is completely on them.

Send in your predictions before the 5th of May and if you’re confident enough, start preparing for a vacation in October. You can visit the website here.


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