It's difficult to answer this without knowing exactly what may have access to or where you are willing to buy from - the other two answers are good examples of an easy solution to this, but were probably unaware of the conditions you seem to have added on. I have used a similar chip from TI (CDCE706) and it's a very easy solution for creating/manipulating high speed clocks of arbitrary frequencies.
FWIW, I also live in the EU and could have one of these (or the others mentioned, or plenty of cheaper options) next day delivery from e.g. Farnell or RS. You may want to look at ordering from somewhere like this to allow yourself more choice. The world is much smaller nowadays, I use Mouser like it was in the same country as the prices and delivery times are almost identical to local options.
However, you may want to look at a PLL like the 74HC4046, you are (maybe) more likely to find various types of this in a local electronics store. Since I have no idea what they may or may not stock, here is a list of possible options, also another list of clock synth ICs here.
Finding one capable of your required frequency in a DIP package will be harder nowadays, but there are plenty in reasonably friendly SOIC packages. You may have to relax your initial constraints on sourcing/packages to reach a decent solution.
You could roll your own RC/LC oscillator from discrete transistors/gates (e.g. hartley/colpitts/inverting gate, google will have loads of suggestions), but this would likely be far from ideal stability wise compared to a clock synth. The crystal harmonic oscillator would be an option, or indeed (if you can find one, I couldn't quickly) a ready rolled oscillator package at this frequency.