The Rough Guide to Germany

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Rough Guides, 2004 - Travel - 1104 pages
The Rough Guide to Germany is the definitive handbook to this fascinating country. It features a full-colour introduction to Germany''s highlights, from the beer halls of Munich to the hiking trails of the Bavarian Alps. There is lively and detailed coverage given to the full range of attractions, from the spas of Baden-Baden and castles of Bavaria to the jazz clubs of Munich. For every city, town and village there ae discerning reviews of the best places to stay, eat and drink, in all price ranges. In the final ''Contexts'' chapter, incisive discussion is given to topics as diverse as the Oberammergau Passion Play and the occult figure of Johannes Faust.
 

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Contents

953
10
Guide
22
Munich
59
Railway UBahn station
66
CONTENTS
74
Major road S SBahn station
87
Ferry route Post office
118
Bavaria 57236
236
Hamburg and SchleswigHolstein
657
Schleswig
680
MecklenburgLower Pomerania 709746
709
MecklenburgLower
710
Berlin and Brandenburg
749
Berlin and Brandenburg 747824
824
SaxonyAnhalt
827
Thuringia 881931
881

BadenBaden
238
BadenWürttemberg 237366
366
Hesse
369
Hesse 367428
428
RhinelandPalantinate
429
North RhineWestphalia
489
North RhineWestphalia
505
North RhineWestphalia 487576
576
Bremen and Lower Saxony
578
Hameln Hamelin
622
Bremen and Lower Saxony 577656
656
Thuringia
883
Saxony 933987
933
Dresden
935
Saxony
951
Books
990
Rough Guide
1051
Pronunciation
1055
Guide
1070
Rough Guide credits
1095
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Gordon McLachlan wrote the first edition of the Rough Guide to Germany in the 1980s, when the Iron Curtain was still firmly in place. He has updated and researched every edition since, travelling to every corner of the country and sampling hundreds of hotels, restaurants and bars.

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