It’s not going be through Canada’s great white north, but if you would like to take in Scandinavia, the “Cercle Polaire Arctique Raid 2015″ will see Tractions Sans Frontières on a 30 day arctic trip from June 28 to July 27.
Founded in 2003 by Philippe and Nana Lasson, their community of Traction-lovers have already completed twelve exciting adventures, amongst them a trip to Thailand and on the shores of Lake Titicaca.
Here’s the way they market their 2015 excursion:
• Was it always one of your dreams to discover the Far North of Europe?
• Have you ever thought that one day you will picnic at the Arctic Circle?
• Dreaming of sunbathing in the midnight sun?
• Is “Discover Amsterdam by boat” something you’d enjoy?
• Ever wanted to be close to Copenhagen’s “Little Mermaid”?
• See a real fjord – a fairy tale come true for you?
• And do you want to experience all of this with your “Traction Avant”?
Well, there is now an option: the “Cercle Polaire Arctique Raid 2015″ invites you to experience 30 days of Northern Europe in excellent conditions with an elaborate carefully planned itinerary – and of course with the most beautiful historic Citroën vehicles. Discover the best travel time to Northern Europe; 30 days on carefully selected routes, in short stages, with guided city tours and visits to museums and local collections.
Enjoy moments of rest in comfortable hotels, authentic local dinners and accompanying vehicle breakdown service. All this based on the long experience of TSF in the implementation of international rallies.
Interested? If so, contact Philippe or Nana Lasson: tél. + 33 (0) 555 253 755 (home) or + 33 (0) 617 953 466 ( cellular), or email them at: email@example.com
Philippe and Nana Lasson
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From Lille (North of France) via Gent (Belgium), Amsterdam (Netherlands), Bremen (Germany), Vejle (Denmark), Kristiansad / Stavanger / Voss / Sogndal / Geiranger / Trondheim / Mo I Rana / Arctic Polar Circle (Norway) Lycksele / Östersund / Hüdicksvall / Stockholm / Jönköping (Sweden) Copenhague / Flensburg (Denmark) Cloppenburg (Germany) Nijmegen (NL) back to Lille (France)