Carl Goes Berlin is the first city book of a brand new series of city guides from the independent publisher Carl Goes, based in Enschede, Netherlands, and London. Carl Goes Berlin targets travellers, who want to dive deep into the city they visit and discover their travel destination through first-hand insider knowledge. "Carl Goes Berlin is bursting with recommendations from city residents," explains editor and author Sasha Arms.
The new city guide book features interviews with residents of Berlin, including start-up business owners, entrepreneurs, illustrators, a food blogger, an instrument maker, and a techno music legend. It also includes tips where to eat, drink, and network. A section on getting lost in the city aims to encourage readers and travellers to discover the German capital on their own. For busy and creative entrepreneurs, Carl Goes Berlin offers a chapter about working in Berlin listing the best co-working spaces and how to start a business in this vibrant city.
As the author points out, Carl Goes Berlin is for travellers, who need up-to-date information and insider knowledge. The book is also useful for people thinking of moving to Berlin, as it provides information about the daily life in Germany's capital and where to look for jobs, apartments and like-minded people. The goal is to help visitors to become a citizen of Berlin, whether they stay for three days, three weeks or three months.
For more information and to order your copy visit the Carl Goes Berlin website.