Berlin Style Guide is an indispensable companion for those looking for a unique insight into the city of Berlin. As a unique, multifaceted city full of character, Berlin can seem overwhelming when planning a trip, especially when it comes down to what to see and what to do. Perfect for visitors wanting to stray from the well trodden tourist paths, Berlin Style Guide tells you how to eat and drink like a local in beautifully designed cafes and restaurants, recommends extraordinary galleries and flea markets, and divulges how to shop in style, whether it be at vintage, boutiques, or urban chic stores.Divided into chapters by areas of the city, local authors Ellen Teschendorf and Petra Albert divulge their insider knowledge to give you a guide packed full of ideas of places to eat, sleep and shop to make your trip to Berlin one to remember. Wake up in one of the themed rooms at the Michelberger Hotel in Friedrichshain, peruse the Mauerpark Flea Market in Prenzlauer Berg, shop in Schwesterherz in Kreuzberg for beautifully unique gifts, stop off at the patisserie Olivia in Friedrichstrasse to indulge your sweet tooth, and finish your evening with a drink at The Absinth-Depot in Mitte. The book even has suggested tours and maps for each area, as well as the best times to travel so you can ensure that your trip runs as smoothly as possible.So whether it's a quick weekend or an extended visit, Ellen and Petra's hand-picked recommendations will make you look and feel like a local.