Destinations

Win a trip to Croatia for guessing the ending of Game of Thrones

Think you’ve read enough fan theories to guess the ending of Game of Thrones? All your researching has finally paid off.

Unforgettable Croatia is giving one lucky fan chance to win a seven-night luxury Game of Thrones tour in across filming locations in Split and Dubrovnik!

All you have to do is send in your prediction of how the final series of Game of Thrones will end.

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.

For one thing, who’s going to end up on the Iron Throne?

Will Danearys get her life-long dream and reunite Westeros with her dragons? Will Jon make a claim, rightfully so, after learning the truth about his mother? Or will Sansa and Tyrion end up on ruling together?

Was it all just a dream? Who knows!

But if you’ve got an outlandish theory that is so spectacularly unbelievable only George RR Martin could have come up with it then enter here.

Dubrovnik old town city walls aerial view

If your theory is correct, you could win a luxury 7-night private custom trip across Croatia for two people, including expertly guided Game of Thrones tours in both Split and Dubrovnik. The fabulous prize includes:

  • 3 nights in Split and 4 nights in Dubrovnik
  • 5* hotel accommodation in all destinations with breakfast included
  • Game of Thrones filming locations tour in both Split and Dubrovnik, with English-speaking expert guide
  • Speed boat trip to visit the idyllic islands of Hvar and Vis
  • Private transfers

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