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Ein Wochenende in Berlin: Komfortables Hotel in...
149,98 € *
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TOP Destination für Ihren nächsten Berlin Trip: Das Mercure Hotel Berlin City West Berlin ist DIE Metropole für Ihren Kurztrip. Entdecken Sie daher das Mercure Hotel Berlin City West in der Nähe vom Schloss Charlottenburg im alten Westen.  Durch die direkte U-Bahn Anbindung sind die bekannten Berliner Sehenswürdigkeiten in wenigen Minuten erreichbar - am Kurfürstendamm sind Sie in ca. 10 Minuten. Die 119 Zimmer des Hotels sind klimatisiert und verfügen über kostenloses Wi-Fi. Gastronomie: Schon der Name verrät, dass Sie hier edle Weine kosten können! Im Restaurant Weinlounge serviert man Ihnen internationale Speisen, die durch einen Grand Vin Mercure erst richtig zur Geltung kommen. Im Sommer genießen Sie die Terrasse mit Außenpool. Berlin: Stadt voller Leben Berlin ist eine Stadt für alle Ihre Sinne - eine Stadt der Sehenswürdigkeiten, der Kultur und Kunst, der Architektur und der Landschaften. Mit über 150 Konzerthäusern, Theatern und Bühnen, drei Opernhäusern, zahllosen Kinos und rund 170 Museen und Sammlungen bietet Berlin heute eine Vielfalt wie kaum eine andere Stadt. Weltweit berühmt ist Berlin auch für sein brodelndes Nachtleben und seine erstklassigen Shoppingmöglichkeiten. Neben der bekannten Friedrichstraße und dem bekannten Kurfürstendamm mit vielen Markengeschäften und dem KaDeWe finden Sie in den einzelnen Stadtteilen Berlins feine und ausgefallene Boutiquen und Geschäfte.

Anbieter: Animod
Stand: 25.09.2020
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Berlin Then and Now
12,80 € *
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Berlin Then and Now captures the stark contrast between what came before and after the great conflicts of the twentieth century, using archival photographs of the city's grand buildings, monuments, and boulevards alongside modern views of the same scenes today. Few cities in Europe have undergone as many transformations as Berlin in the past hundred years, or have risen from the rubble to stand as proud and vibrant as the city does today.Nick Gay's book shows the effects of Hitler's building plans of the 1930s, Allied bombing in World War II and the post-war division of the city into East and West and the subsequent reunification after 1989.Sites include: Brandenburg Gate, Pariser Platz, Hotel Adlon, the Reich Chancellery, Ministry of Aviation, Unter den Linden, Royal Opera House, Neue Wache, Berlin University, Palace Bridge, Lustgarten, Berliner Dom, Rotes Rathaus, Nikolaiviertel, Alexanderplatz, Muhlendamm, Gendarmenmarkt, Checkpoint Charlie, Wertheim Department Store, Potsdamer Platz, Death Strip, SS Headquarters, Anhalter Station, Siegessaule, Soviet War Memorial,Tempelhof Airport, Charlottenburg Palace, Olympic Stadium, Spandau Prison and Wannsee Conference Villa.

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Stand: 25.09.2020
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Berlin Then and Now
12,80 € *
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Berlin Then and Now captures the stark contrast between what came before and after the great conflicts of the twentieth century, using archival photographs of the city's grand buildings, monuments, and boulevards alongside modern views of the same scenes today. Few cities in Europe have undergone as many transformations as Berlin in the past hundred years, or have risen from the rubble to stand as proud and vibrant as the city does today.Nick Gay's book shows the effects of Hitler's building plans of the 1930s, Allied bombing in World War II and the post-war division of the city into East and West and the subsequent reunification after 1989.Sites include: Brandenburg Gate, Pariser Platz, Hotel Adlon, the Reich Chancellery, Ministry of Aviation, Unter den Linden, Royal Opera House, Neue Wache, Berlin University, Palace Bridge, Lustgarten, Berliner Dom, Rotes Rathaus, Nikolaiviertel, Alexanderplatz, Muhlendamm, Gendarmenmarkt, Checkpoint Charlie, Wertheim Department Store, Potsdamer Platz, Death Strip, SS Headquarters, Anhalter Station, Siegessaule, Soviet War Memorial,Tempelhof Airport, Charlottenburg Palace, Olympic Stadium, Spandau Prison and Wannsee Conference Villa.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 25.09.2020
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National Geographic Traveler: Berlin
15,07 € *
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Germany's premier city, Berlin, is one of the fastest growing and intriguing in Europe. This guidebook, written by experienced travel writer Damien Simonis, expertly guides you through the varied land- and cityscapes that are today's Berlin. Illustrated with more than 120 vivid, up-to-date photographs and nearly 20 detailed, full-color maps, this second edition gives you every tool you need to plan a trip to the center of the new Europe, from the historic and massive Reichstag building in the town center to the complex of museums and gardens at the former royal palace in the west at Charlottenburg. Starting with a detailed introduction to Berlin's unique history, food, land, and culture--factors that have clearly shaped the distinctive volksgeist of the German people--the book then explores each of the neighborhoods that make up the city. Among the sights: the city's grand pastoral thoroughfare in the center of town, Unter Den Linden; the Forum of Culture, home of Berlin's concert hall and several excellent museums; the Tiergarden, the large central park that constitutes some of metropolis's extensive green space; the quiet woods, rivers, and lakelands of Berlin's far west; and the many world-class museums clustered on Museum Island in the east. In addition, an "Excursions" chapter steers you to the best day trips out of the city. Special features give comprehensive information on many diverse topics such as the story of the Berlin Wall; the city's Jewish community; and a look at Berlin's famous Christmas markets. The book also presents mapped, guided walks and tours through some of the city's most fascinating areas, including a walk through Red Berlin and a drive through the Mecklenburg lake district. Experiential sidebars--such as reliving the feel of pre-war Berlin at a silent-movie theater or visiting the city's famed museums when they're open all night--show you details on how to immerse yourself in Berlin's culture. In addition, a thorough Travelwise section provides recommendations for hotels and restaurants in all price ranges and in all areas. Whether you're visiting Kurfürstendamm, Berlin's main shopping street, revisiting history in front of the Brandenburg Gate, or strolling Frederick the Great's sumptuous palaces and gardens at Potsdam, National Geographic Traveler: Berlin has everything you need to make your trip a memorable one. The National Geographic Traveler series is aimed at active travelers who want authentic, enriching, cultural experiences and look to a guidebook for expert advice and insider tips from a trustworthy source. We offer ways for people to experience a place rather than just visit, and give the feel of each destination not easily found online.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 25.09.2020
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National Geographic Traveler: Berlin
15,07 € *
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Germany's premier city, Berlin, is one of the fastest growing and intriguing in Europe. This guidebook, written by experienced travel writer Damien Simonis, expertly guides you through the varied land- and cityscapes that are today's Berlin. Illustrated with more than 120 vivid, up-to-date photographs and nearly 20 detailed, full-color maps, this second edition gives you every tool you need to plan a trip to the center of the new Europe, from the historic and massive Reichstag building in the town center to the complex of museums and gardens at the former royal palace in the west at Charlottenburg. Starting with a detailed introduction to Berlin's unique history, food, land, and culture--factors that have clearly shaped the distinctive volksgeist of the German people--the book then explores each of the neighborhoods that make up the city. Among the sights: the city's grand pastoral thoroughfare in the center of town, Unter Den Linden; the Forum of Culture, home of Berlin's concert hall and several excellent museums; the Tiergarden, the large central park that constitutes some of metropolis's extensive green space; the quiet woods, rivers, and lakelands of Berlin's far west; and the many world-class museums clustered on Museum Island in the east. In addition, an "Excursions" chapter steers you to the best day trips out of the city. Special features give comprehensive information on many diverse topics such as the story of the Berlin Wall; the city's Jewish community; and a look at Berlin's famous Christmas markets. The book also presents mapped, guided walks and tours through some of the city's most fascinating areas, including a walk through Red Berlin and a drive through the Mecklenburg lake district. Experiential sidebars--such as reliving the feel of pre-war Berlin at a silent-movie theater or visiting the city's famed museums when they're open all night--show you details on how to immerse yourself in Berlin's culture. In addition, a thorough Travelwise section provides recommendations for hotels and restaurants in all price ranges and in all areas. Whether you're visiting Kurfürstendamm, Berlin's main shopping street, revisiting history in front of the Brandenburg Gate, or strolling Frederick the Great's sumptuous palaces and gardens at Potsdam, National Geographic Traveler: Berlin has everything you need to make your trip a memorable one. The National Geographic Traveler series is aimed at active travelers who want authentic, enriching, cultural experiences and look to a guidebook for expert advice and insider tips from a trustworthy source. We offer ways for people to experience a place rather than just visit, and give the feel of each destination not easily found online.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 25.09.2020
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Berlin Then and Now - Damals und Heute
21,80 € *
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Berlin Then and Now captures the stark contrast between what came before and after the great conflicts of the twentieth century, using archival photographs of the city's grand buildings, monuments, and boulevards alongside modern views of the same scenes today. Few cities in Europe have undergone as many transformations as Berlin in the past hundred years, or have risen from the rubble to stand as proud and vibrant as the city does today.Nick Gay's book shows the effects of Hitler's building plans of the 1930s, Allied bombing in World War II and the post-war division of the city into East and West and the subsequent reunification after 1989.Sites include: Brandenburg Gate, Pariser Platz, Hotel Adlon, the Reich Chancellery, Ministry of Aviation, Unter den Linden, Royal Opera House, Neue Wache, Berlin University, Palace Bridge, Lustgarten, Berliner Dom, Rotes Rathaus, Nikolaiviertel, Alexanderplatz, Muhlendamm, Gendarmenmarkt, Checkpoint Charlie, Wertheim Department Store, Potsdamer Platz, Death Strip, SS Headquarters, Anhalter Station, Siegessaule, Soviet War Memorial,Tempelhof Airport, Charlottenburg Palace, Olympic Stadium, Spandau Prison and Wannsee Conference Villa.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 25.09.2020
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Hoffentlich sehen wir uns bald wieder!
24,90 CHF *
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Der junge Patrick, erstgeborener Sohn und Erbe einer wohlhabenden schottischen Adelsfamilie, gelangt nach seinem Jurastudium in Leipzig 1750 an den Berliner Hof. Auf einem Ball in Schloss Charlottenburg verliebt er sich unsterblich in die achtzehnjährige Sophie, Zofe der Königin Elisabeth. Sie ist es, die er schon immer gesucht hat. Hochzeit liegt in der Luft. Doch ehe König Friedrich seine Erlaubnis dazu erteilt, zerstört er das Glück der Liebenden durch seine rücksichtslose Forderung nach Patricks gesamtem Vermögen. Weder der junge Mann noch seine Familie können diesem Ansinnen zustimmen. Patrick ist nun gezwungen, den Hof und Sophie zu verlassen. Mit seinem Leipziger Studienfreund Anton begibt er sich auf Grand Tour nach Italien. Besonders faszinieren ihn die herrlichen Paläste des Architekten Palladio. In Patrick keimt der Gedanke, ein solches Schloss für Sophie zu bauen. Als die jungen Leute ein Jahr später nach Deutschland zurückkehren, erfährt Patrick, dass seine Mutter zu Hause von ihrem Butler ermordet worden ist. Nun muss er unverzüglich nach Schottland eilen und darf die Geliebte nicht wiedersehen. Wird er es je wieder können? Dieser Roman, der auf einer wahren Begebenheit beruht, entführt den Leser an den preussischen Hof Friedrichs II., nach Vicenza, Venedig und Rom. Dort begegnen ihm authentische Persönlichkeiten im Kolorit und in der kulturellen Umgebung ihrer Zeit. Preussisches Rokoko trifft auf Spuren des antiken Roms. Ein Buch wie ein romantisches Gemälde – man glaubt, man sei dabei gewesen.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.09.2020
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National Geographic Traveler: Berlin
23,90 CHF *
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Germany's premier city, Berlin, is one of the fastest growing and intriguing in Europe. This guidebook, written by experienced travel writer Damien Simonis, expertly guides you through the varied land- and cityscapes that are today's Berlin. Illustrated with more than 120 vivid, up-to-date photographs and nearly 20 detailed, full-color maps, this second edition gives you every tool you need to plan a trip to the center of the new Europe, from the historic and massive Reichstag building in the town center to the complex of museums and gardens at the former royal palace in the west at Charlottenburg. Starting with a detailed introduction to Berlin's unique history, food, land, and culture--factors that have clearly shaped the distinctive volksgeist of the German people--the book then explores each of the neighborhoods that make up the city. Among the sights: the city's grand pastoral thoroughfare in the center of town, Unter Den Linden; the Forum of Culture, home of Berlin's concert hall and several excellent museums; the Tiergarden, the large central park that constitutes some of metropolis's extensive green space; the quiet woods, rivers, and lakelands of Berlin's far west; and the many world-class museums clustered on Museum Island in the east. In addition, an 'Excursions' chapter steers you to the best day trips out of the city. Special features give comprehensive information on many diverse topics such as the story of the Berlin Wall; the city's Jewish community; and a look at Berlin's famous Christmas markets. The book also presents mapped, guided walks and tours through some of the city's most fascinating areas, including a walk through Red Berlin and a drive through the Mecklenburg lake district. Experiential sidebars--such as reliving the feel of pre-war Berlin at a silent-movie theater or visiting the city's famed museums when they're open all night--show you details on how to immerse yourself in Berlin's culture. In addition, a thorough Travelwise section provides recommendations for hotels and restaurants in all price ranges and in all areas. Whether you're visiting Kurfürstendamm, Berlin's main shopping street, revisiting history in front of the Brandenburg Gate, or strolling Frederick the Great's sumptuous palaces and gardens at Potsdam, National Geographic Traveler: Berlin has everything you need to make your trip a memorable one. The National Geographic Traveler series is aimed at active travelers who want authentic, enriching, cultural experiences and look to a guidebook for expert advice and insider tips from a trustworthy source. We offer ways for people to experience a place rather than just visit, and give the feel of each destination not easily found online.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.09.2020
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Hoffentlich sehen wir uns bald wieder!
13,30 € *
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Der junge Patrick, erstgeborener Sohn und Erbe einer wohlhabenden schottischen Adelsfamilie, gelangt nach seinem Jurastudium in Leipzig 1750 an den Berliner Hof. Auf einem Ball in Schloß Charlottenburg verliebt er sich unsterblich in die achtzehnjährige Sophie, Zofe der Königin Elisabeth. Sie ist es, die er schon immer gesucht hat. Hochzeit liegt in der Luft. Doch ehe König Friedrich seine Erlaubnis dazu erteilt, zerstört er das Glück der Liebenden durch seine rücksichtslose Forderung nach Patricks gesamtem Vermögen. Weder der junge Mann noch seine Familie können diesem Ansinnen zustimmen. Patrick ist nun gezwungen, den Hof und Sophie zu verlassen. Mit seinem Leipziger Studienfreund Anton begibt er sich auf Grand Tour nach Italien. Besonders faszinieren ihn die herrlichen Paläste des Architekten Palladio. In Patrick keimt der Gedanke, ein solches Schloß für Sophie zu bauen. Als die jungen Leute ein Jahr später nach Deutschland zurückkehren, erfährt Patrick, daß seine Mutter zu Hause von ihrem Butler ermordet worden ist. Nun muß er unverzüglich nach Schottland eilen und darf die Geliebte nicht wiedersehen. Wird er es je wieder können? Dieser Roman, der auf einer wahren Begebenheit beruht, entführt den Leser an den preußischen Hof Friedrichs II., nach Vicenza, Venedig und Rom. Dort begegnen ihm authentische Persönlichkeiten im Kolorit und in der kulturellen Umgebung ihrer Zeit. Preußisches Rokoko trifft auf Spuren des antiken Roms. Ein Buch wie ein romantisches Gemälde – man glaubt, man sei dabei gewesen.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.09.2020
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