You know what is most precious to me these days? Time. Having time, taking time, spending time with the right people. Exactly the same approach as the guys from Slow Travel Berlin. Founded in 2010 by British guidebook author, travel journalist and photographer Paul Sullivan, “Slow Travel” encourages people to resist “Fast Travel”. Which is the frustratingly frequent habit of speeding through all the best known landmarks of a city in 24 or 48 hours.
Now they have taken a more patient and personal approach to bring you 100 special places in a new self-designed guide book with hand-drawn maps, many of which would not be mentioned in conventional guides. They recommend cafes and restaurants, museums and monuments, parks and architecture, just like your best friend would.
Okay, cool, but how can I get this?
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