Cool Capitals Announces Chance to Win a Trip for 2

Image above from Design Week (Rumkugelbahn) © mischer'traxler

Story by Ed Salvato; originally published in

Charge up that digital camera and whiten your smile!

coolcapitals — a joint initiative between the tourism offices of: Amsterdam, Antwerp, Valencia, Vienna and Zürich to promote art, architecture, food, fashion and design recently announced the Two for You! contest.

These capitals of cool want to send you and a friend to experience some of the abundant culture, cusine, history, and shopping these five trendy European cities have on offer.

To enter, submit a photo of what you would like to see in the capital of cool of your choice and tell them N251790745647_1750 who you want to bring with you. To enter and learn more details of the contest, click here.

You may win:

  • 2 plane tickets
  • 4 nights’ accommodation
  • Dinner for 2
  • 2 city cards
  • 2 coolcapitals gift bags

A panel of finalists will be selected by a jury and the final submission that receives the highest number of votes will win a coolcapitals inspired adventure for two.

To enter and learn more details of the contest, click here.

Design geeks, read on! Speaking of cool, Vienna is hosting the 4th annual Vienna Design Week from October 1-10, 2010. Vienna is turned into a showroom and laboratory for all expressions of design, presenting more than 80 events (workshops, lectures, exhibitions, and installations — as well as design tours and educational programs.

For more information, click on the official Vienna Design Week site.

Published by edsalvato

Educator, marketing, communications and travel safety expert; LGBTQ Pavilion at the New York Times Travel Show; public speaker; expert panel organizer and moderator

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