Win a trip for two to wonderful Baden-Baden

Gay Times has partnered with German National Tourist Office and Germany’s luxury resort of Baden-Baden to bring you this amazing prize

We want to welcome our Gay Times readers to have a truly glamorous way to get 2018 started right.

Nestled on the edge of Germany’s lush Black Forest, resort destination Baden-Baden has for years been the place where people go to enjoy the luxurious spa waters, fine dining and local wines.

The evening adds a nightlife lustre, with places like one of Europe’s most beautiful casinos.

You and your special one could soon be off to fabulous Baden-Baden, staying in Roomers – one of the finest properties in the resort. To enter is easy and takes only around a minute.

Just click here to enter Best of all, its free.

Three reasons we love Baden-Baden:

  1. Some places are so good they really did have to ‘name it twice’. Baden-Baden deserves the double-barreled recognition.
  2. A world-renowned spa town in the Black Forest, and a favoured hangout for European Royals and VIPs in the know, with one of the most beautiful ‘real’ luxury European casinos, this German resort town is the featured highlight destination in the new 2017 Germany LGBT travel campaign.
  3. Mark Twain was just one of the many illustrious people to have discovered how amazingly refreshing are the waters of the Baden-Baden Friedrichsbad Spa.

As a superb city break for you (solo or with that special man by your side) — Baden-Baden more than delivers. Relaxation. Glamour. Nature. Dining.

Enter now, for your chance to win your next holiday for two to the beautiful city break of Baden-Baden.



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