MONEY SER­VICES

Where Berlin - - THE GUIDE | ESSENTIALS -

Banks and For­eign Ex­change

Ex­change AG: Friedrich­str. 172. T: 030.20649296. Deutsche Bank: Kur­fürs­ten­damm 111. T: 030.8904370.

Lost Cards and Cheques

Amer­i­can Ex­press: T: 069.97972000 Din­ers Club: T: 07531.3633111 Master­Card: T: 0800.8191040 Visa: T: 0800.8118440

Tax-Free Shop­ping

Ger­man law en­ti­tles all non-EU res­i­dents to a VAT tax re­fund. Look for stores dis­play­ing the Premier Tax Free sign and ask for a "tax-free form." When leav­ing the EU, goods and the com­pleted form must be shown to a cus­toms agent, from which a cus­toms stamp must be ob­tained no more than three months af­ter the date of pur­chase. Goods must be un­used. Present the stamped form at the re­fund counter in the air­port, or send it to Premier Tax Free as soon as you reach your des­ti­na­tion. www.pre­mier­taxfree.com. The city of Ber­lin is a mag­nif­i­cent place, burst­ing with things to see and do. The all-new Where Pass Ber­lin makes ex­pe­ri­enc­ing the city con­ve­nient and has­sle-free. Users of the Where Pass Ber­lin are able to travel around us­ing the public trans­port sys­tem, en­joy shop­ping and din­ing through­out the city, gain dis­counted ac­cess to top at­trac­tions, and find valu­able in­for­ma­tion in the in­cluded Ber­lin guide­book. Im­merse your­self in ev­ery­thing Ber­lin has to of­fer with the Where Pass Ber­lin. Visit www.wherepass­ber­lin.com for de­tails.

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