Fodor's Citypack Berlin: The Ultimate Key to the City: A Complete Pocket Guide plus a Full-Size Map

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These ingenious city guides package a concise full-color miniguide together with a full-size color map in a sturdy plastic sleeve. This convenient two-in-one travel resource is perfect for the on-the-go traveler who only needs the highlights in brief.

The Mini-guide

  • Color photos throughout
  • The top 25 attractions
  • Itineraries, walks, tours and excursions
  • Capsule reviews of key hotels, restaurants, shops, nightlife, and more
  • Concise travel facts about getting there and getting around

The Foldout Map

  • Detailed city coverage in full-color
  • Fully indexed
  • Neighborhood blowups
  • Public transport, hotels, points of interest, parks, and more—all listed on map
  • Easy to store in durable plastic sleeve
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780679002512
  • Publisher: Fodor's Travel Publications, Inc.
  • Publication date: 4/27/1999
  • Series: Fodor's Citypacks Series
  • Edition description: 2nd Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 96
  • Product dimensions: 4.37 (w) x 7.74 (h) x 0.62 (d)

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Berlin has always lacked a fixed identity; it is constantly in a state of flux, "always becoming, never being." The city shrugs off the many layers of its past like so many discarded clothes: the baroque grandeur of the Gendarmenmarkt, the rococo provincialism of the Nikolaiviertel, the Prussian pomp of Unter den Linden and Museums Island, the twin polarities of the Ku'damm and Alexanderplatz, remnants of an ideological rivalry finally consigned to history. Now, restless as ever, Berlin is casting about for a new set of architectural clothes in time for the millennium.

Country in the City

At the last count there were over 2,000 building sites in Berlin, so it is just as well that as much as one third of the city is green space. Berliners use this embarrassment of riches to full advantage. Every weekend you will find them setting out from the boating marinas at Wannsee for the placid waters of the Havel. Ornithologists go bird-watching on the shores of the Müggelsee, dog-owners head for the Grunewald forest, hikers for the woodland around the Schorfheide. There are even beaches in this landlocked city. Nor is it necessary to travel far, as Berlin's army of office workers will tell you. The city's most famous park, the Tiergarten -- an oasis of rural tranquility -- is only a stone's throw from the mayhem of Zoo Station at the heart of the city.


Berliners are a restless and energetic people. Their chief characteristic, remarked on by other Germans as Berliner Schnauze ("Berlin mouth"), implies both a taste for quick-fire humor and repartee and a tendency to show off and boast. Most visitors will find the people genial and easy-going:they wear their much-heralded industriousness lightly. There is still some friction between "Ossis" and "Wessis" as the former try to adjust to the values of Western yuppiedom, while the latter sometimes resent the competition for jobs and services and the fact that, for some time to come, they will be expected to subsidize their fellow citizens.

Berlin's cosmopolitan feel (typified by the internationalism of the restaurants to be found around Savignyplatz, for example), is somewhat misleading. Actually the city is under-represented where immigrants are concerned, with one notable exception. The old working-class suburb of Kreuzberg is sometimes called "little Istanbul": its large Turkish population adds a colorful, exotic ingredient to the Berlin persona.

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Table of Contents


Introducing Berlin                

Berlin in Figures                

Berlin People                

A Chronology                

People & Events        from History                        

How To Organize Your Time



Evening Strolls

Organized Sightseeing        


What's On                








Concentration Camp        

Ethnographical Museum (Museum furlkerkunde)                

Schloss Charlottenburg                


Kaiser Wilhelm

Memorial Church (Geduchtniskirche)        

Bauhaus Museum                


Museum of Applied Art        


Topography of Terror        

Brandenburg Gate                

Checkpoint Charlie        


Unter den Linden                

Museums Island (Museumsinsel)                

Pergamon Museum                

Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom)                



Schloss Kupenick                




Places of Worship                


Political Sights                

Parks & Gardens                


Statues & Monuments                

Attractions for Children                

Free Attractions                

Where To...


German Restaurants        

International Restaurants        

Asian & Vegetarian Restaurants        

Middle Eastern, Turkish & Out-of-Town Restaurants        



Department Stores & Souvenirs        

Boutiques & Designer Clothes        

Secondhand & Offbeat Galleries        

Antiques, Glass, & Porcelain        

Markets & Food Shops

The Best of the Rest        

Be Entertained

Theaters & Concerts        


Pubs, Bars & Clubs — Folk, Jazz, & Rock        



Luxury Hotels

Mid-Range Hotels

Budget Accommodations

Travel Facts

Arriving & Departing

Essential Facts

Public Transportation

Media & Communications



Credits, Acknowledgments, and Titles in this Series
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