County Wedding Magazines has partnered with the elegant five-star resort of Bagni di Pisa to offer one lucky reader the chance of winning a three-night stay on a half-board basis to the luxurious hotel.
Located in San Giuliano Terme, Tuscany, just a few kilometres from Pisa, the beautiful and historic property, affiliated with “The Leading Hotels of the World”, is perfect for those seeking a relaxing and indulgent honeymoon. Located above natural hot springs, Bagni di Pisa is the former 18th-century summer residence of the Grand Duke Francesco Stefano of Lorena and its ancient thermal pools have long been renowned for their soothing and healing properties. This former palace still maintains its 18th-century façade, with the exquisite frescoed hallways, Tuscan terracotta and marbled floors evoking a time when the VIPs of yesteryear stayed here, including Gustav of Sweden, George IV of England, Mary Shelley and the Cardinal of York.
The romantic Lorena Villa contains 61 charming rooms and suites with sweeping views over the undulating Tuscan landscape and the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Honeymooners can enjoy some of the finest Italian dining and world-class spa treatments in a stunning setting, whilst also being in close proximity to some of Italy's most iconic landmarks and local treasures.
Bagni di Pisa also offers its guests the pioneering Equilibrium programme, a 360-degree wellness programme designed to rebalance the body and immune system by reducing internal inflammation – the perfect antidote to post-wedding indulgence!
The prize: ❤ Three-night stay ❤ Half-board basis ❤ One spa treatment per person
For your chance to win, simply answer the following question and complete the form below before Friday, 7 February 2020.
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