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Berlin Guide

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"Lonely Planet guides are great for City Breaks." - by Walt Junior
We love the Lonely Planet guides and don't go on a City Break without one.

Almost without exception the recommendations are spot on. You could easily miss some hidden gems if you did not have a Lonely planet or similar guide.

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"Great size and clear text" - by A. Standen (Weedon, Northampton, UK)
Great little book guide, nice and clear with fold-out map. We haven't been on our trip yet, but we have used there guides before and found them very good. This is nice and small, so easy to put in a pocket and grab when needed.

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"Great guide" - by Jonathan Rennison
Really good and clear, easy to flick through and find the key attractions. Has some recommended itineraries for short trips. Really useful and has ensured I see the best of Berlin!

"Would be lost without it" - by Miss J F Skelton
Fantastic guide. I especially loved the tips as they allowed me to see things I wouldn't normally have. Really easy to use. Everything is clearly set out and ordered. Maps are fantastic, really helpful. Can't fault it.

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"Five Stars" - by catherine maciver
Great guide with map. Great to carry around the city whilst visiting attractions.

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"Five Stars" - by James Bolton
Excellent guide. History of the citylinked with the walking tours. Practical advice on transport.

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"Comprehensive and nicely laid laid guide" - by RM/TM (UK.)
Very impressed with this guide which has exactly the right balance of appetite-whetting illustrations and written information. It has the usual list of must-sees at the front, then detailed chapters on each of the different regions of Berlin e.g. Mitte, Tiergarten and Treptow. What I particularly liked however were the snippets of information that didn't crop up in other publications e.g. Spreepark - the abandoned former GDR themepark located in a lonely wooded area along the river gets a mention alongside the better known Treptower park. Each chapter is literred with sights to see, cafes to stop off at, bars for a tipple and shops worth getting your purse or wallet out for. I think this format of listing all the attractions and faciltiies by region, rather than having whole chapters on museums, restaurants etc works really well - it's the same format Lonely Planet use for their ... full review

"Five Stars" - by Amazon Customer
Great condition, prompt delivery. Very happy. Thanks!


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"Your best friend in Berlin" - by London Lass (London)
Bang up to date, great maps and accurate recommendations for bars, culture, cuisine and getting around - guide books don't come any better than this. Whether you want to pack in every experience possible or simply lose a lot of time in Berlin, the Rough Guide is your best friend.

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"A Guide to Berlin" - by S Riaz (England)
This novel is narrated by Cass, an Australian in Berlin. One day, whilst going to see the apartment where Vladimir Nabokov once lived, she is approached by Marco Gianelli. He tells her of a group who meet in the city; all lovers of literature and Nabokov, they meet up to talk and relate their ‘speak memories.’ “Speak, Memory,” was an autobiography of Nabokov’s early life, while “A Guide to Berlin,” was a short story, written in 1925 and published in a collection called, “Details of a Sunset and Other Stories,” in 1976.

Despite Cass’s insistence that she is, “not a joiner,” she finds herself meeting the group. Apart from herself and Marco, there is his fellow Italian Gino, Japanese travellers Yukio and Mitsuko and New Yorker, Victor. What follows is an almost deceptively poetic novel about these six travellers and their group dynamics and friendships and ... full review

"Useful pocket sized guide" - by Amazon Customer
Does what is says on the tin ..a useful guide to Belin (with maps and underground map) that fits in your pocket or rucksack

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"Good book" - by Mrs C Millis
The book gave good tips and guides to Berlin with a good layout and maps. I used it a lot as a guide

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"Brilliant, handy map that folds away easily" - by Walleroonie (Scotland)
Brilliant, handy map that folds away easily, is waterproof and easy to read.

Recent 10 day holiday in Germany's most fantastiche city of Berlin - made a lot easier with this excellent map that got us around all the main sites using roads, S unt U bahns etc. It's already a fairly easy city to navigate, there's signs everywhere, helpful citizens etc but the map just gave us the edge we needed. You can fold it lots of ways but it does have a preference to go back to the way it was.

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"Fantastic Read" - by Judy Pusey
This book is a very informative and comprehensive account of Berlin. The author obviously knows and loves the city intimately. It makes easy and interesting reading, nicely divided into chapters with titles such as "Cool Collections" and "Cafe Society" which make you want to read more of the book. I will certainly use this book as a basis for my next visit to Berlin. I particularly enjoyed the historical section at the end of the book. Here Penny Croucher writes in depth about the history of the Jews from the 13th century, the rise of Hitler and the post war era with a whole chapter devoted to the Berlin Wall. All in all this is an excellent guide to Berlin.