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City guides to Germanys Youth HotSpots

The Gehry inspired futuristic skyline of Dusselfdorf’s mediahafen
Affordable restaurants, hip places to shop and the most fashionable districts in town all displayed on your tablet or smartphone: twelve city guides written by British travel blogger Kash Bhattacharya can now be downloaded in e-brochure format at www.germany.travel/en/ebrochures.html, www.budgettraveller.org and www.youth-hostels.de, the website of the German Youth Hostel Association. Packed with tips about Germanys many HotSpots as well as plenty of photos, the e-brochures are the ideal travel companion. They cover Berlin, Bremen, Cologne, Dresden, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Hannover, Leipzig and Colditz, Munich, Nuremberg, Rügen Island and Stuttgart.


For the BUDGET TRAVELLERS GERMAN WANDERLUST project, the German National Tourist Board (GNTB) invited British travel blogger Kash Bhattacharya on a tour of Germanys Youth HotSpots. Kash travelled with the German national rail company Deutsche Bahn and stayed at hostels run by the German Youth Hostel Association (DJH). His trip took him from Hamburg via Bremen and Düsseldorf to Munich and, from there, to Dresden and Berlin and on to Rügen Island. The BUDGET TRAVELLERS GERMAN WANDERLUST blogger project is part of the ‘Youth HotSpots in Germany – Share the moment campaign’, which the GNTB launched at the 2013 ITB in Berlin to publicise its theme for 2013 ‘Germany for young people’.