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Journey to the Center of Munich, Germany!
"Germany often shines its very best in Munich." - Dean Polk Shaw
And we're here to help you discover the shining city of Munich for yourself! Passport to European Travel Guides offers this comprehensive, yet quick and concise, five-day guide to Munich - the sparkle of Germany!
Five-Day Travel Guide to Unforgettable German Travel
Have no idea where to start? Or maybe you have some idea but could use a treasure trove of great insider tips? Well, listen on! You see, we know your trip begins long before you even book the flight, so this guide is chock full of dynamite tips on everything you need to know before you go - and much, much more you'll thank us for!
Passport to European Travel Guides Features:
- Dynamite Insider Tips - for tourists! We give you the scoop on everything from local etiquette to saving money!
- 5-Day Suggested Itinerary - cover the best spots the city has to offer in 5 magical days!
- Luxury Sleeps, Luxury Eats - our best recommendations for ultimate German luxury
- Budget Sleeps, Budget Eats - best spots for travelers on a budget
- City Snapshot - language, currency, airports, country code + more!
- Before You Go - there are some things you need to know!
- Getting in the Mood - with a few great films and books to enjoy before you go!
- Local Tourist Information - where to find it once you're on the ground in Germany
- Overview - of Munich
- German Phrases For Emergencies - least you'll know how to holler, "Help!"
- Climate + Best Times to Travel - to Munich!
- All About Tours - By bike, boat, bus or special interest….
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- Rodney W. Schmisseur
They ACTUALLY read URL's verbatim
This wasn't a waste - and I'm not returning it - but the audio format is just a poor fit for travel guides where they're trying to pass along phone numbers and websites for museums, restaurants, etc. Reading a URL, especially when there not just giving the domain but getting down to the .aspx file extension- just should not be done - EVER. It got to the point where I almost started drumming my fingers on the steering wheel each time - and they're German URL's so where there are umlauts they have to spell out the diphthong. UGH!
There was some valuable information and, having visited Munich before, I picked up some info, but you quickly realize the printed word is what you want - probably to carry around on your trip. I don't take notes very often / and I am NOT going to be transcribing URL addresses anytime soon.
1 person found this helpful
- Amazon Customer
A lot of addresses, phone numbers, and URLs
Would you try another book from Passport to European Travel Guides and/or Colin Fluxman?
Would you ever listen to anything by Passport to European Travel Guides again?
Not in the same format.
Which character – as performed by Colin Fluxman – was your favorite?
What character would you cut from Munich, Germany: Travel Guide Book - A Comprehensive 5-Day Travel Guide to Munich, Germany & Unforgettable German Travel?
Any additional comments?
This seems more like something a blind person would appreciated since its mostly a listing of tourist-related things, e.g. hotels, walking tours, passport info. Along with each agency, the narrator speaks the addresses and URL's ("dot h t m l", etc.) which gets boring fast. This did not translate into the audiobook format very well.
But the narrator has a beautiful voice.
1 person found this helpful
A great guide
I was going to Munich and this audiobook was an invaluable companion during my trip. It is very resourceful, with relevant, up-to-date content and plenty of information about the city, sights, cool places and ways to save money while in Munich. The guide is well organized, easy to listen and I found the web site address details extremely helpful. I created my itinerary using this material and had a great traveling experience in Munich. I would highly recommend this audiobook and its contents.