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IN­DEX TO AB­BRE­VI­A­TIONS T: Tele­phone num­ber S: Above-ground train sys­tem U: Un­der­ground MAP LO­CA­TIONS Note that the ref­er­ence bolded at the end of each list­ing (A1, B5, etc.) refers to the co­or­di­nates on the street maps on pages 72-73. OPEN­ING HOURS Open­ing hours vary so it’s best to call ahead. Shops are open Mon–Sat only, and Sun­day shop­ping is only pos­si­ble on some Sun­days of the year. In 2014, these are: 9 March, 4 May, 7 Septem­ber, 5 Oc­to­ber, 9 Novem­ber, 7 De­cem­ber, and 21 De­cem­ber. Gro­ceries can be bought on Sun­days at ma­jor train sta­tions (Haupt­bahn­hof, Friedrich­straße, or Ost­bahn­hof ). Shop­ping malls are open 10am–8pm and smaller stores only un­til 6pm. TOURIST IN­FOR­MA­TION Vis­it­Ber­lin is the of­fi­cial source of in­for­ma­tion on the city. Call T: 030 25002333 for spe­cific Ber­lin in­for­ma­tion, or go to www.vis­it­ber­lin.de for de­tails on all in­for­ma­tion cen­ters, events and sights. Tourist Info Points: Neues Kran­zler Eck – Kur­fürs­ten­damm 22, Mon–Sat 9:30am–8pm. Bran­den­burg Gate – Pariser Platz, daily 9:30am–6pm (un­til 7pm in sum­mer). Haupt­bahn­hof – Europaplatz 1, Level 0, daily 8am–9pm. TV Tower Alexan­der­platz – Panora­mastr. 1a, daily 10am–4pm.

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