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Lonely Planet Berlin
     

Lonely Planet Berlin

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by Andrea Schulte-Peevers
 

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Lonely Planet Berlin

Discover why the Reichstag was wrapped in fabric for 14 days Learn how to dress like a punk at the Ramones Museum Order a snack from a SCUBA (Self-Contained Underpaid Bratwurst Apparatus)
Have an afternoon snooze on an island in the center of town

In This Guide:

45 days of in-city research, 20 detailed maps, 30

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Lonely Planet Berlin

Discover why the Reichstag was wrapped in fabric for 14 days Learn how to dress like a punk at the Ramones Museum Order a snack from a SCUBA (Self-Contained Underpaid Bratwurst Apparatus)
Have an afternoon snooze on an island in the center of town

In This Guide:

45 days of in-city research, 20 detailed maps, 30 Currywurst sausages eaten New color section on Berlin's vivid art, design, music and fashion scene Interviews with a clothing designer and a music tour guide Content updated daily - visit lonelyplanet.com for up-to-the-minute reviews, updates and traveler insights

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One of the most dependable series available, Lonely Planet's guidebooks are packed with essential information and accurate maps and are written with enough character that they are also good reading for armchair travelers. The series is now popular with travelers of all sorts, although backpackers and adventure travelers have long relied on Lonely Planet's guides because of the wide range of destinations offered. Whether you want to relax on the beaches of Thailand, roam the Australian outback, or explore the deserts of Iran, Lonely Planet has a practical, thorough guidebook for your destination. For dangerous or less-traveled regions, we highly recommend Lonely Planet's guides because they provide crucial information in an easy-to-use format, making it possible for travelers to handle the difficulties of language, customs, and transportation. In countries with unfamiliar alphabets, the guides include the names of cities and sights in both English and native characters, and glossaries are provided to help travelers with menus. The series offers lodging and restaurant options for all budgets, but the main focus is on getting a good deal for your money. With good writing, a wealth of valuable information, and beautiful color photo sections, Lonely Planet's guides are hard to beat.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781741797015
Publisher:
Lonely Planet Publications
Publication date:
03/01/2011
Series:
City Guide Series
Pages:
332
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.70(h) x 0.80(d)

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