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Brimming with lush green expanses, lively plazas, and vibrant street art, this world-renowned party city has much more to offer than a diverse and energetic nightlife—although it has that, too.... More > This guide will take you on a journey to Berlin’s iconic monuments, allow you to discover its hidden gems, and probe you to enjoy its notorious nightlife. Ready to explore? Let’s go! Willkommen In Berlin! - Your personal guide to the best eats, streets and greets of Germany’s capital city.< Less
Guide of Edinburgh
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In Lothian on the southern shore of the Firth of Forth, around a majestic castle, we find the capital of Scotland. A city that uniquely embodies the history and culture of its country. Auld Reekie... More > (“Old Smokey”) is the nickname which was given to Edinburgh because of the constantly smouldering chimneys of the factories of former times. Like Rome it was built on seven hills. This guide will lead you through the contorted streets where you can discover something new behind every corner. After trying all the possibilities this city has to offer in every sector, you will realize that Edinburgh Castle is surrounded by as much greatness as it has on its own.< Less
Barrios De Barcelona
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Welcome to Barrios de Barcelona! Our guide is structured to allow you to explore the unique and contrasting barrios (neighbourhoods) of Barcelona while making sure you catch the highlights in each... More > one. Every different barrio has something to offer and this is outlined through our guide, allowing for easy navigation of both the guide and the city. Get out and explore!< Less
The Berlin Bear Necessities
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Made up of multiple boroughs, Berlin is a city of many characters and faces. Not as compact as London or New York, Berlin is a place where you can travel 20 minutes and feel as if you are in a... More > completely different city. Every borough combines to make Berlin a cosmopolitan, diverse and vibrant city. Albeit a relatively new city, Berlin still has a substantial amount of history. Berlin is such a vibrant and inclusive city, that you never want to leave after visiting. From our personal experience, Berlin is a truly great city. We have used our time to experience and collect as many fun memories, moments and great attractions as possible. Hopefully you can use our guide as a basis for your own trip to Berlin, and we hope our guide will help you realise what this wonderful city has to offer.< Less
Das Ist Berlin
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HIS is the essential guidebook for young travellers waiting to start their adventure in Berlin. This concise but thorough guide has been created by a group of young writers who living in Berlin, have... More > experienced first-hand what this diverse city has to offer. Living on a tight budget is made easy here, whether this is your first time visiting Germany’s capital city or you have been before this guide is bursting with hidden gems just waiting for you to discover. We, the City Travel Review team, have compiled what we consider to be the must-see places, ideal even if you are only staying for a short time. With no time to waste, we point you in the right direction and offer valuable tips that will make your experience as easy and as enjoyable as possible. Team CTR< Less
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Berlin is many things: the world capital of creativity, the city of hipsters, a paradigm of bike-friendly transportation. But, above all, it is a historic city that has undergone deep identity shifts... More > and still brims with vibrancy. Visiting Berlin will be an unforgettable experience for everyone. Whatever it is that your heart desires, you’re sure to find it here. Enjoy Berlin! Team Curso/CTR< Less
What's Up Edinbro?
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“Edinburgh is an experience. A City of enormous gifts, whose streets sing of history, whose cobbles tell tales.“ Alan Bold. Splendidly expressed Alan! This guy knew how to appreciate... More > Scotland’s capital. And so will you with your Edinbro. This little know-it-all finds something that suits everybody’s interests. He has looked out for places worth seeing and guides you through the streets. He knows the best pubs and restaurants, sights and shopping opportunities and a lot about the city’s history as well. Put simply, you are better off with him. Your Edinbro guides you to the most amazing places in this romantic town.< Less
The Student Friendly Guide to Barcelona
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We are here to bring you a young person’s guide on how to enjoy Barcelona on a budget. We will still bring you all the top tourist attractions, as well as hidden gems and local hotspots but... More > with tips on how to have an amazing time without breaking the bank. Whether you are a student or a group of friends enjoying a city break, be sure to find everything you need in this guide. We are here to make sure you make the most of every minute in this amazing city! Team CTR Barcelona< Less
From Barcelona, With Love
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Welcome to Barcelona – the capital of Catalonia. This cosmopolitan city has a magnetic, cultural charm that remains unbroken with time. As one of the busiest ports on the Mediterranean, there... More > are endless bars, cafes and restaurants where you can soak up your spare time. As this guide will prove, there are many reasons why you should visit Barcelona at least once in your lifetime. As you browse through this guide, you will have your eyes opened to whole new Barcelona. From tourist spots to hidden gems, we have it all for you!! So what are you waiting for? Get out there and explore… Team CTR Barcelona< Less
Edinburgh City Travel Guide
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Edinburgh. The small capital on the periphery of Europe is much more than a gateway to the Scottish Highlands. Situated between the Forth of Firth and volcanic hills, it is embedded in an idyllic... More > natural landscape. Climb King Arthur`s Seat to view the fantastic scenery of the surroundings. Discover buildings, streets and areas rich in history – far beyond the popular King`s Castle as the symbol of the city. Bad-weather alternatives offer museums and galleries like the National Museum of Scotland or the little Writers’ Museum. In many cases, the entrance is free. Experience the numerous pubs in the centre or join a traditional Ceilidh dance evening. The charm of small shops, the cafes and restaurants invite you to stroll around and stay. Pluck up courage and try the traditional dish Haggis, for example. Or what about joining a whisky tasting? Enjoy discovering! edinburgh – the beauty in the north The team of city travel review, December 2014< Less
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