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The Rough Guide to Germany (Rough Guides)

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The Rough Guide to Germany is the ultimate travel guide to this dynamic country - simultaneously one of the most rewarding and most overlooked travel destinations in Europe.

Detailed accounts of every attraction provide all the information you need to explore the country's exceptional museums, iconic architecture, stylish cities and picture-perfect castles, as well as its many rural escapes, from the soaring Bavarian Alps and dense woodlands of the Black Forest to the beautiful beaches and islands of the North Sea or the idyllic Rhineland vineyards where you can sample some of the country's many world-class wines. All the best festivals are covered too, from Cologne's riotous Carnival to the legendary Oktoberfest. The guide's bevy of practical advice ensures that, no matter what your budget, you'll find the perfect boutique hotel, quirky hostel, authentic cellar restaurant, Michelin-starred gourmet haunt, cutting-edge arts venue or hip bar and club, all marked on the book's many colour maps. The Rough Guide to Germany includes well-researched historical and cultural background to help you understand and appreciate this complex country and, above all, make the most of your holiday.

Make the most of your time on Earth™ with The Rough Guide to Germany.

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  • PDF | 912 pages
  • Rough Guides(Author)
  • Rough Guides; 3rd ed. edition (1 April 2015)
  • English
  • 2
  • Travel & Holiday

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  • By H. Brereton on 2 June 2015

    For us the Rough Guides are the very best travel books. They have made our many trips worldwide extra special by pointing us towards little known or unusual places. They very seldom let us down and the Germany Guide has just led our four week holiday in our motorhome.

  • By Guest on 13 June 2017

    OK but not as good as the previous Rough Guide by Gordon McLachlan. I understand the limits of space and editorial choice but there are notable omissions of places of importance in my view. I do not think that churches are as well covered as in the previous edition.

  • By Mr. Andrew P. Stange on 2 May 2016

    Cracking book, cracking price and condition. I have a house in Germany and intend working my way around the country and this will be invaluable

  • By Freddy Lubin on 22 August 2015

    I always love travelling with Rough Guides, and although they've become a bit too glossy for my taste, they're still the best around. I used this for Northern Germany and Berlin, and found the information always correct, and well organized.

  • By Skip on 11 September 2015

    Invaluable during our recent tour of North Germany. My only gripe is that one of the opening times stated in the book was wrong and that caused us inconvenience. I would say, use the book for recommendations and good ideas but check, dates, times and prices on the web.

  • By Gordon on 3 April 2016

    Good background information but it is light on specific location detail. More effort is required to provide location information. Much better than Lonely Planet effort.

  • By Percy on 24 August 2017

    Saved our holiday- informed us about emission stickers needed for driving our car in many German city centres we would probably have got a fine without it.

  • By Grazia Gi on 30 September 2015

    Rough Guides are really good, together with Lonely Planet's. Only drawback is the font, so little it's almost impossible to read from a certain age on without glasses....

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