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    Available in PDF Format | Time Out Berlin 9th edition.pdf | English
    Time Out Guides Ltd(Author)
Which? Recommended Provider: Time Out Guides kicks off 2014 by being rated top guidebook brand by Which? Survey, for level of detail, photography, quality of maps, ease of finding information and value for money.

Berlin is now well established as a budget flight destination and offers plentiful partying at affordable prices, world-class orchestras and theatre, a thriving alternative culture, one of Europe's liveliest gay scenes, non-stop nightlife, an unparalleled collection of museums and galleries, and one of the world's most important film festivals.

Time Out Berlin continues to chart the ups and downs of this most changeable city. With the help of local journalists, writers and experts, the Time Out Berlin city guide takes you beyond the superficial - into the places where locals work and play, sampling the full extent of its museums and galleries, the best of its eating, shopping and carousing, the most interesting sights, strolls and excursions.

*Sightseeing in Berlin
*Berlin hotels
*Berlin restaurants
*Berlin bars
*Berlin shops
*Berlin maps

"The best guidebook of the city." (The Daily Telegraph)"This is the only guide you need to take" (The Daily Mail)"Honest, authoritative, encyclopaedic, incisive and, most importantly, always written by locals... these are definitely the best, most comprehensive city guides in print today." (The Independent)

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Book details

  • PDF | 336 pages
  • Time Out Guides Ltd(Author)
  • Time Out; 9th ed. edition (1 Dec. 2011)
  • English
  • 10
  • Travel & Holiday
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  • By zafhore on 11 July 2009

    Fortunate to have got this as a present before going. I found everything it said to be accurate. All comments and judgements were perceptive. The maps are well co-ordinated. (My only gripe is that the numbers of the U- and S-Bahn lines on the public transport map are hard to read, but the same is true even for the official stuff.)

  • By Bungaroosh on 12 July 2012

    I have had a couple of other Time Out Berlin guides in the past, and found them to be exceptionally good.Having bought the latest 2011 edition, I have been pulling my hair out at the much MUCH impoverished index. The indexes in TO Guide used to be brilliant, with the odd quirky and intriguing entry slipped in there. Although the content of this guide may or may not be good (it guided me to a brilliant Vietnamese restaurant), I would pointedly recommend against buying this guide due to the completely useless index which renders the book unnavigable. Whose editorial decision was it to reduce the entire subject index down to TWO PAGES (?!) with a separate longer index that lists venues ONLY? Complete rubbish and completely unusable.I just left Berlin after a long weekend there. While there, I thought, "Oh well, maybe I'll get used to using this guidebook eventually". But then I thought I shouldn't have had to as these guides used to be fantastic in the past. Instead of continuing to moan, I'll write to the publisher and ask them what the hell they were thinking with this duff duff decision to take a hatchet to the index.

  • By Bookcase on 8 May 2011

    When we arrived in Berlin, the railway map shown in this guide showed a line from the airport which either had changed or was wrong, and the station nearest our hotel had a different name from that shown on the map. The information shown about making arrangements to visit the Reichstag was wrong, so we missed that entirely, and directions for how to get to the Gemaldegalerie (and I was not impressed by the description of the contents) were inadequate so we got lost. No doubt most of the book is accurate and helpful, but I would not recommend it as a reliable guide.

  • By Pete on 4 May 2007

    I always liked the Time Out guides and bought this one for the historical background and easy to use format. The section on history was very interesting and well-written, and some of the little information boxes were very useful.On the other stuff though, the quality of information was mixed to say the least. The maps were OK but there could have been a lot more and they could have been clearer.The nightlife guide was next to useless. Some good bars were highlighted but on the whole the list was small and didn't communicate the best areas to head to, and at what times. I'd rather have been given a guide of where to go, when, and what sort of atmosphere to expect instead a small list of unusual bars and clubs, some of which were totally dead when we got there. The Gay & Lesbian section, which appeared a lot better than most guides, was particularly unhelpful. Me & my boyfriend spent half an hour walking round Prenzlauerberg looking for the recommended bars, of which there were many, and found only one - and that was virtually empty at 11pm on Friday night!Also if you're staying in self-catering the guide is not helpful as while it recommends restaurants it has few details or guidance for grocery shopping, as well as listing no launderettes and no internet cafes.All in all, a good read in places and useful for history and culture, but definitely not useful for the other main reason to visit Berlin - the bars and clubs.

  • By JEM on 20 November 2009

    ... but I'm giving this 1 star as the maps aren't clear and I had no idea how to work out the public transport system using this guide. Not only that, my friend purchased the same guide and he didn't have a clue either. Time Out Guides are usually quite good, but I thought this one was rubbish!

  • By ANTHONY Baird on 26 June 2011

    I chose this particular guide book for my trip to Berlin because of positive reviews, and I'm glad I did. It's a comprehensive guide to all the varied and wonderful Berlin sights. I found obscure places I wanted to go through this book, it even told me which bus to catch!. Excellent.

  • By P. Shuttleworth on 19 March 2014

    First time I used the Kindle version of the Time Out Guides. Easy for Pre-Reading but not as easy to use when out and about in Berlin. Still as accurate and reliable as ever.

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