Lonely Planet Germany

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Lonely Planet Publications, Sep 1, 2010 - Travel - 828 pages
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Nobody knows Germany like Lonely Planet. From Alpine villages to Berlin's clubs, Moselle Valley vineyards to Heidelberg's historic buildings and beer quaffing to sausage savoring, this 6th edition gives you all the information you need to enjoythe best of Germany. Lonely Planet guides are written by experts who get to the heart of every destination they visit. This fully updated edition is packed with accurate, practical and honest advice, designed to give you the information you need to makethe most of your trip. In This Guide: Top insider tips on a perfect day in Munich, Hamburg's harbor sound and Berlin's eclectic highlights. Detailed itineraries help you get the most out of your trip. Unique Green Index picks out the topsustainable travel options.

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Andrea has logged countless miles travelling in nearly 60 countries on five continents and carries her dog-eared passport like a badge of honour. Born and raised in Germany and educated in London and at UCLA, she's built a career on writing about her native country for almost two decades. She's authored or contributed to more than 40 Lonely Planet titles, including all six editions of this book as well as the Berlin city guide, the Berlin Encounter guide and the Munich, Bavaria & the Black Forest guide. For this trip she again traded her house in Los Angeles for a teensy rooftop apartment in Berlin - and didn't regret a day of it.

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