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February 4, 2014 Travel Deals No Comments Email Email

SYDNEY’S car leasing specialist globalCARS has joined Melbourne travel industry entrepreneur Harry Cadle to introduce another departure in the series of genuinely unique guided self-drive tours of Europe in a choice of brand new Citroen lease cars.

This special tour spends 18 days travelling from Munich to Berlin, following a fascinating route visiting Prague, Warsaw, Vilnius, Tallinn, Helsinki, St Petersburg, Stockholm and Copenhagen with many options of extending at the end of the formal arrangements.

Cadle guides the tour supported  by host Mike Brady, the popular 3AW radio broadcaster who is probably better known as the creator of the AFL’s Sydney Swans’ iconic song “Up There Cazaly” and the equally iconic anthem “C’mon Aussie C’mon”  supporting the Australian cricket team.

This one off journey departs on July 7, with a maximum of 20 cars participating and travelling either independently or in convoy for those who prefer.

A brand New Citroen C3 is included for couples with upgrades available to a DS3 or DS5 or C8. Driving distance over the 18 days is just over 3630 kilometres (excluding the Rail & Ferries).

globalCARS director Andrew Morgan describes  the tour  as , “the most creative and fulfilling way of travelling through many of Europe’s most exciting cities and regions at leisure and with complete independence to pursue individual interests.”

The  package, which does not include air fares from Australia, includes full use of the vehicle with unlimited kilometres ,  four or five star accommodation with most meals, ferry fees to cross the Baltic Sea, return rail tickets between Helsinki and St Petersburg and a fully-programmed GPS in each vehicle.

Items such as fuel, road tolls, parking and traffic fines are the responsibility of individual drivers.

The entire package costs $9250 per person twin share. Single use of a car costs an extra $800 and single accommodation is available for an additional $1800.

A de luxe package with top of the range vehicle, accommodation in a junior suite costs $13,495 per person twin share with single supplements adding a further $4800.

The trip into Russia does not involve driving. Cars remain in Helsinki while travellers travel by rail for three days to explore St Petersburg and return to Finland by rail to Turku before catching an overnight ferry to Stockholm.

For more details contact on 1300-789-992 or email or visit

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