Carl Goes has published a city guide book to Berlin, designed to bring local voices and entrepreneurial spirit to travellers who want to become a citizen of the city for the duration of their stay, whether it’s for three days, three weeks or three months.
Carl Goes wants travellers to become citizens of the cities they visit. Featuring interviews with city residents including start-up business owners, illustrators, a food blogger, an instrument maker, a techno music legend and an entrepreneur, together with cherry-picked recommendations from locals, Carl Goes Berlin includes tips about where Berliners go to eat, drink and network. There’s also a section on how to go about getting lost in the city to encourage readers to discover Berlin for themselves. For those who need to work during their trip or entrepreneurs thinking about starting up a company, there is a section about working in the city, which includes recommendations of the best co-working spaces in Berlin and how to get involved in the city’s start-up scene.
“Berlin’s start-up culture and entrepreneurial spirit made it a perfect choice for the first Carl Goes city guide,” said Carl Goes Publisher Sascha Mengerink. “Carl Goes is an entrepreneurial project in itself. Unlike other travel guides, we’ve cut out the middle men and have written and published Carl Goes Berlin with the same year. Travellers need current information, while they crave insider knowledge. Carl Goes delivers both.”
“Carl Goes Berlin is bursting with recommendations that have come directly from in-the-know city residents, but this isn’t the only original thing about the city guide,” said Carl Goes Editor and Author Sasha Arms. “The city guide is also useful for people thinking of moving to Berlin, by providing information about where to look for jobs, apartments and like-minded residents. Many travellers these days are curious about real life in the places they visit and Carl Goes Berlin gives them this insight.”
Carl Goes Berlin is available to buy online from www.carlgoes.com