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Rough Guide to Berlin.

Fully revised and updated, this 7th edition provides entertaining coverage of all the city's attractions from the powerful Richstag and world-class museums to cutting edge galleries and the latest on the lively club scene. With critical listings of the best places to eat, drink, sleep and party for all budgets the guide gets under the skin of this dynamic city. There is practical advice on trips out of the city including Potsdam and Park Sanssouci. Finally, the contexts section includes informed coverage of the city's turbulent history.

In my view the best guide to Berlin and particularly strong on the citys history.

 

AA Spiral Guide Berlin

Stylish - bright, colourful and modern design with witty and informative writing; Up-to-date - Written by a local and translated into English; Unique - like no other guide on the market; fun to read with its own personality; Recommendation - personally recommended places for the best eating and drinking; Practical - pocket-sized for travelling light and unique wiro binding so pages fold back flat; Informative - "must-see" sights covered and expert choices make best use of your time. Clear - top quality, detailed maps and colour-coded pages for quick and easy use Locator Map - provides a colour-coded overview of the top attractions; Atlas included, plus street index and index; The Magazine, with articles including: City of architecture, Berlin on the water, Did you know? Culture for everyone, From the TV tower: 360 degree view of Berlin's history; Finding Your Feet - vital details for starting out, from airport information to shops; Zone-by-Zone chapters split into geographical zones; Each zone includes map and key to sights, In a day/In 2 days, Star Attractions, At Your leisure and Where to...; Walks and Tours and Practicalities to help you on your trip, plus language guide

 

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