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Discover Germany (Discover Guides) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Andrea Schulte-Peevers
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1. Mai 2013 Discover Guides
The Black Forest, Cologne Cathedral, the Brandenburg Gate – we’ve selected the most iconic sights and incredible places so you can enjoy the real Germany with the minimum of fuss Itineraries make planning your trip simpler than everHighlights reveal the must-see attractions and unbeatable experiencesLocal experts recommend what not to miss Coverage Includes: Planning chapters, Munich, Bavaria, Stuttgart, the Black Forest, Frankfurt, the Rhineland, Berlin, Dresden, East Germany, Hamburg, North Germany, In Focus and Survival Guide

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  • Taschenbuch: 413 Seiten
  • Verlag: Lonely Planet; Auflage: 2nd edition. (1. Mai 2013)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1742201199
  • ISBN-13: 978-1742201191
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19,6 x 12,7 x 2,3 cm
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wenn man ins Ausland fährt und ein Mitbringsel sucht für die Gastgeber. Die Informationen erstrecken sich wirklich über ganz Deutschland, nicht nur Hofbräuhaus und Rothenburg ob der Tauber, nein Deutschland ist mehr und das zeigt dieses Buch ganz prima. Viele nette Details über uns, macht Spaß drin zu blättern und viele tolle Bilder.
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5 von 5 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen Lonely Planet's Discover Germany - A Great Guide Book 19. September 2013
Von Mark - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Lonely Planet Discover Germany (Full Color Travel Guide) is a great new guidebook from Lonely Planet. It is written in a direct style. It is organized in sections to cover different regions of the country, with sub-sections on specific cities and landmarks. And each section includes high level maps and quality photographs to bring the content to life.

It's hard to use a lot of guide books while travelling. Most of the ones that are comprehensive are a little too large and unwieldy. And on the opposite end of the spectrum, many of the more concise guide books have great color photos but don't give you nearly enough information for your trip. This book is kind of a good balance between those two extremes. It is packed with details and tons of high quality photographs, but it is edited down enough to make each section easy to use.

As an added bonus, a more detailed fold out map of Berlin is included in the back. For those who plan to make Berlin the center-point of their trip, this will come in handy.

CONCLUSION

This is a very useful guide book that is well thought out and full of good information. It brings to light parts of the country that most Americans rarely see, allowing you to prepare for your trip regardless of how far off the beaten path you want to go. And while it is not thin, it is a good size to easily fit in most purses and travel bags. Recommended.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Inferior to Eyewitness Travel & Baedeker Guides, LP basic series 15. Oktober 2013
Von Eugene Tenenbaum - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The world of travel guides is dominated by two giants: classic, illustrated in color, very detailed Baedeker (since 1839), and more exclusive, profusely illustrated in color, detailed Eyewitness Travel Guides. Lonely Planet (LP) resembles more Baedeker, but Baedeker is better published and handier, has clearer layout and better maps, and its plastic wallet cover holds the guide and map protected in all weather.

The LP Discover series is - as this relatively thin ISBN 1742201199 Germany - in full color, but less detailed than the Baedeker, the Eyewitness, or the LP basic series. It has more illustrations than the Baedeker, but fewer than, and not as good as, the Eyewitness, which is 1 inch longer and thus less handy, but has excellent flexible vinyl bindings, greater number of details, superior layout, graphics, clarity, and - in general - the quality of being a souvenir\memento.

The content of approx. 29 pages of the book is shown by the Amazon.com's "LOOK INSIDE!" function. What cannot be seen is that the LP Discover series including the Germany has covers laminated only outside. For the record, the LP basic series has text detailed comparably to the Eyewitness, however it is not as profusely illustrated and mostly only in 3 colors: black, white, and blue, except a few dozens of pages with photos in full color printed on low quality paper, but still superior to the LP Discover series.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Lonely Planet in full colour! 26. September 2013
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This is a pared-down version of the classic Lonely Planet guide to Germany that is in bluescale. What it lacks in depth and amount of information is made up for with glossy full colour pages of photos and a pull out map of Berlin tucked into the backcover.

Cons:
- Pull-out map is only of Berlin. This assumes that everyone in the English-speaking world goes to Berlin first and foremost rather than other cities in Germany. This is simply not the case. One of the main German airport hubs is Frankfurt and offering a map of that city may be more useful for the frequent traveler. Munich is also the center of Oktoberfest activities and a map of it and surrounding Bavaria might be better for the sightseeing tourist. While 90% of tourists traveling to France are Paris-bound, there are no corresponding overwhelming tourist statistics for Germany (Berlin).
- Not quite as in-depth as LP's classic bluescale series
- Not quite as much information as LP's classic bluescale series.

Pros:
+ Full colour photos are nicer to look at.
+ Full colour photos on glossy pages make it easier to get excited about a destination or activity. A plus when introducing a favourite German destination to a travel buddy.

Recommended for those that like the more adventurous spirit of Lonely Planet Guides (as compared to Fodor's or Frommer's), but prefer to have a more concise guide and less options to be confused by. This guide is comparable to LP's classic series but there is less of it in a prettier package.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This Lonely Planet Guide to Germany is packed with information ... 31. August 2013
Von D. Fowler - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've never "experienced" a lonely planet travel guide until I read one on Kaua'i, but since I used that one I've been enamored with them. With the highlights, itineraries, "Survival Guide", and the maps I found it to be an impressive, enjoyable experience. One thing I noticed that was different from other guides was that comparatively speaking, the layout seemed less cluttered and frantic than some others I've purchased. The numerous photographs, sidebars, and maps were formatted so nicely the book was an uncluttered visual treat.

The fore edge of the book is color-coded for quick reference. I was able to quickly open the book to "Munich," "Bavaria," "Stuttgart & the Black Forest," "Frankfurt & the Rhineland," "Berlin," "Dresden & the East," and "Hamburg & the North" quickly and easily. This aspect makes comparisons doable because the setup of each area is simple. Each one has a brief overview, generalized map of the area, sights, where you can eat, the drinking & nightlife, entertainment, places to shop, spas & activities, etc. I especially enjoy the full-color photographs that are lacking in some of the Lonely Planet guides. Those are still good, packed with information, but not as much of a draw for me.

The introductory material will be an excellent help for those people who aren't exactly decisive. The setup makes it a little easier to make decisions prior to heading out. Personally, I like to purchase a few guidebooks before I leave and do additional research on the Internet. If every little detail were included, these guides would be encyclopedic. The flow of the book is nice and whether you are heading to Germany, planning a trip in the distant future, or simply an armchair traveler, this is one guidebook you'll enjoy.

The book opens to a simple map of map of Germany (the main areas covered in the book with page numbers) and a listing of 25 Top Experiences for your consideration: Each experience has a single paragraph description accompanied by a photograph and then directs you to a deeper discussion later on in the book.

GERMANY'S TOP 25 EXPERIENCES:

1. Berlin Wall
2. Oktoberfest
3. Schloss Neuschwanstein
4. Black Forest
5. Romantic Rhine
6. Dresden
7. Heidelberg
8. Potsdam
9. Nuremberg
10. Cologne Cathedral
11. Bamberg
12. Hamburg
13. Brandenburg Gate, Berlin
14. Munich Residenz
15. Rothernburg ob der Tauber
16. Museumsinsel, Berlin
17. Baden-Baen
18. Stuttgart
19. Berchtesgadener Land
20. Moselle River
21. German Food & Drink
22. Beer Halls & Gardens
23. Frankfurt
24. Dessau-rosslau
25. Trier

Germany's Top Itineraries, Month by Month, What's New, and a Need to Know section are similarly covered, but are more concise. This is where one could make good use of Internet resources. For example, if I wanted to explore how I was planning on getting around, I'd check out my exact locale and see what was available. The rest of the book is fairly typical with suggestions on everything from activities and shopping to restaurants and hotels. There are numerous informative sidebars that include local knowledge, insights into Germany, and little vignettes about getting around. For example, if you are into history, one sidebar talks about Ludwig II, the Fairy-Tale King. This was a wonderful little guide that I'd highly recommend to anyone planning a trip to Germany, even if it's only in your armchair.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Guide very helpful if paired with the Red Guide Michelin 20. Juli 2013
Von Gab - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Capturing Germany's sights, landmarks, history, architecture, cultural life, restaurant and hotel scene in 400 pages is a monumental task. This edition of Lonely Planet's Discovering Germany is perfectly suited for the first-time or second-time traveler to Germany. It is well laid out and beautifully illustrated with a variety of options that help in planning your trip. It allows the reader to choose places and itineraries based on interests and personal motivation for the trip, be it beer or cathedrals. It gives a bird's eye overview of what to expect and see in each region.

I loved the " Be Forewarned" sections but there are other cultural little hints that might have been added: when driving, stay in the right lane or that Mercedes that is a mere spot will barrel over you in a few seconds; jaywalking is frowned upon and shopping can be a stressful experience: Come armed with bags and speed to collect your own purchases in a supermarket.

The Berlin section lays out the highlights well: especially dealing with historical monuments pertinent to the Third Reich and the Holocaust. But why did it leave out the newly reopened synagogue in the Prenzlauerberg area? It describes the magnificent selection of museums. However, the beautiful little Käthe Kollwitz Museum on Fasanenstrasse isn't mentioned. When it comes to shopping, I was glad to see the sixth floor food hall of the famous department store Kadewe listed as well as the phenomenal chocolate shop of Fassbender und Rauch. But why not mention that one can have a nice meal or snack in Kadewe?

Other regions are well researched and informative. Had I had the book with me last year, I would have known to book a month ahead for tickets to Dresden's Green Vault (Grünes Gewölbe). As stated, the book effectively helps the tourist plan and prioritize what he or she wishes to see. The "At a Glance and Survival" sections are helpful in this regard.

Where the guidebook falls short is in hotel and restaurant recommendations. There are only a few for each city and they are not necessarily the best. What about listing some of the charming Pensions or B and Bs in Berlin and all over the country? For the independent tourist not on a tour this book is very helpful, but only if paired with another book such as the Red Guide Michelin, which greatly expands on hotel and restaurant suggestions. I personally would take both along.

PS: Typo on page 255: The spelling of Friedrichstrasse is correct in the text but not in the caption. Also, some more personal commentary about the attractions would be intriguing. Cecilienhof in Potsdam, for example, had an outstanding tour about the Potsdam meeting of 1945, something no visitor should miss.
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