Berlin ✭Essential✭ Guide
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Boasting 675 entries, 125,000 words and thousands of high-definition images, video links and Web references, Berlin Essential Guide makes your exploration come alive with sizzling smartphone technology. Content is updated regularly by professional travel author Jeremy Gray, a long-time Berlin resident.
Entries are handily sorted into categories:
150 Bars, Beer Gardens & Cafés
20 Cabaret, Classical & Theater
15 Cold War Relics
29 Family & Kids
11 Hot Streets & Squares
92 Museums & Galleries
79 Nightlife & Clubs
38 Outdoor & Activities
30 Quirky Berlin
127 Restaurants & Markets
24 Third Reich Sites
6 Walking Tours
Headings overlap for superior functionality. But wait, there's more:
√ MULTIMEDIA resources including 4,000 high-resolution photos (great for planning ahead!), a German mp3 language guide and thousands of links to websites and YouTube videos
√ MENUS for many restaurants right on the app
√ SHARE FEATURE for photos, reviews and user comments
√ FAVORITES button for building itineraries
√ NO ROAMING CHARGES or hidden fees
√ 50 FREE things to see and do (Berlin is 'poor but sexy,' remember?).
WHAT OUR USERS SAY
"Just wanted to say how great your app is. It's rare to find such great content in a travel app, and it's clear it's been professionally researched, and as importantly, *written*." – Mike Butcher, Editor, TechCrunch Europe
"Indispensable. I normally don't bother to rate or review apps, but this one is worthy of the time to do both. In a sentence, this is the single best Travel App I've come across for the iPhone." – MagneticGravity in the App Store
"Berlin Essential Guide has everything, is well organized, and easy to use. We found it to be an invaluable tool for planning each day's itinerary. Museums, landmarks, shopping, restaurants...even Berlin's vibrant eclectic underground is thoroughly researched. I am enthusiastically recommending this app to anyone traveling to amazing Berlin." – ridemybike in the App Store
"I just used this app to guide me through a 3-day trip through Berlin. I really didn't need anything else (except more time!). The content is thorough and extremely useful. I particularly appreciated how much offline content was available, particularly the transit map and museum maps." – Madly99 in the App Store
★ About the Author ★
Raised in Louisiana by English parents, Jeremy Gray grew up with an equal affinity for crumpets and Southern fried chicken. He is the author of more than 20 travel books for Lonely Planet, National Geographic and Dorling Kindersley's Eyewitness. In 2004, Jeremy moved into an old butter factory in Berlin's Mitte district and has absolutely no plans to leave.
★ About Sutro Media ★
This guide is published in partnership with Sutro Media. By enabling local writers to share their expertise on mobile phones, Sutro Media is making it easier and more fun to explore the world!
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