Tunisia welcomes Hungarian beauties via Balaton

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Winners of the Miss Balaton 2017 beauty contest will have the opportunity to present to the Hungarian public spectacular Tunisian sites with the support of the Tunisian National Tourist Office, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Tunisia has long been famous for its palm trees, crystal clear seawater and cultural heritage, says the press release. The Tunisian National Tourist Office, in cooperation with the second and third placed winners of Miss Balaton 2017, aim to bring these values closer to potential Hungarian tourists.

Dóra Szakálos and Gabriella Bernadett Pál will each spend one week in the country and will have the opportunity to discover some of its cities, cultural and historical sites, and to taste the gastronomic delights of Tunisia. Followers on Facebook will have a chance to participate in a prize draw.

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