Win an eco-adventure for two to Alesund, Norway

Update: This competition is now closed

The Paramount Pictures movie "Downsizing" may have been universally criticised, but something good has come out of it. The film is set in the fictional town of 'Leisureland' in Norway and The Telegraph are running a Paramount-associated competition to win a trip to the very real  and beautiful Norwegian port town of Alesund.

The prize includes:

  • Return flights to Alesund, Norway
  • Four-night stay in a private cube room at Juvet Landscape Hotel, including breakfast
  • Unlimited access to the hotel’s spa, sauna and over-river hot tub
  • A 60-minute wellness massage
  • Five-day electric hybrid car rental including insurance, SatNav and US $250 petrol money
  • A bespoke eco-adventure tour, including a kayak on Fjord Tafjord
  • A guided hike of the local Norwegian mountains
  • An organic lunch at a secluded mountain farm

To enter, all you need to do is fill out your details on the corresponding form on their website by 11:59pm on Wednesday 21st February 2018

Post by Stuart

Stuart discovered his passion for all things travel during one of his first jobs overseeing the travel section of a well-known bookshop. He has worked in publishing for 15 years, most recently as a freelance travel writer. He's always planning his next adventure away. Favourite destination? It has to be Western Canada & The Rockies. Next trip? Naples.

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