Buenos Aires… we have a winner!

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Buenos Aires from the top of Palacio Barolo.

Buenos Aires from the top of Palacio Barolo. Image: Simon Devitt

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Window display, Buenos Aires.

Window display, Buenos Aires. Image: Simon Devitt

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Floresta clothing store in the up-and-coming suburb of Villa Crespo.

Floresta clothing store in the up-and-coming suburb of Villa Crespo. Image: Simon Devitt

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Home Hotel, Buenos Aires.

Home Hotel, Buenos Aires. Image: Simon Devitt

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Bar and night club in Palermo.

Bar and night club in Palermo. Image: Simon Devitt

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Home Hotel.

Home Hotel. Image: Simon Devitt

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Street art in Palermo.

Street art in Palermo. Image: Simon Devitt

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The Urbis travel competition for two to Buenos Aires has revealed a lucky winner!

Entries were received from throughout the country for our competition prize that includes*: 

Return flights for two on Air New Zealand

www.airnewzealand.co.nz

Three nights accommodation and a spa package from Home Hotel, one of the city’s most chic and cosy design hotels.

homebuenosaires.com 

An architectural tour with a personal ‘cultural concierge’.

baculturalconcierge.com

A private shopping tour with the city’s top trend-hunter.

cremedelacremba.com

So… Gail Orgias we hope you and your travel buddy have a valid passport as this Latin voyage is yours.

The Urbis team will be in touch with you shortly to confirm all the prize details*.

Vamos!

* Terms and conditions apply


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