Paris Padlock Competition

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Ahhh, Paris, Paris, Paris. The city of love, lights and rather cracking croissants. We love the endless romantic hot spots of the city, including the famous Pont Des Arts Bridge. Legend has it that if lovers carve their initials into a padlock, lock it to the bridge and throw the key into the river Seine below, their love is blessed for eternity and will last forever! Romantic or cheesy? You decide!

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So we thought we’d get in on this action and plant a lock of our own. That’s right. We sent Superbreak blogger Vikki off on a Paris Eurostar Break to attach a Superbreak branded lock onto the Pont Des Arts Bridge. Why? Here’s the fun part…

We’re challenging you lovely lot to go and find the Superbreak lock to win £50 worth of Superbreak vouchers to spend on your next break!

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Click here for Full T&C’s of the Paris Padlock Competition.

Everyone that finds the lock and sends in a photo before the 1st December 2013 will be entered into a prize draw and the winner will be picked at random. The winner will be announced on 2nd December. So if you’re heading to Paris this autumn or know someone that is, why not take on the challenge and bag yourself £50 worth of Superbreak vouchers? Heck, if you’re really determined to win but tight for time, you can even do what our Vikki did and visit Paris in a day on the Eurostar!

 

Of course, finding the padlock might seem a bit like finding a needle in a haystack. So we’re going to reveal 3 clues over the next 3 weeks to help you find it! And to get you started, here is clue 1, a video of Vikki’s trip which features her planting the lock! Check out the video and keep your eyes peeled to fish for clues!

 Fancy seeing Paris in a day? Check out our Paris Eurostar Breaks.

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Clue 2: The lock is positioned on the side closest to the Eiffel Tower on the end nearest to the Louvre

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Clue 2: We can now reveal the exact positioning of the lock!

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