Join Date: Dec 2007
Bikes: '04 Specialized Enduro Expert//'06 Cannondale Synapse2//'07 Cannondale T800
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If you go into any book store in any train station and they certainly will have a large selection of bike maps. As previously posted most are 1:50,000 however, it is not hard to find 1:15,000. That coupled with the FACT that Germany is so well sign posted on its bike routes that you almost don't need a map (but it would be stupid to go without). Though I live in Germany I too speak next to no German, just learn a few key phrases and 90% of all Germans will bend over backwards to speak English to you as long as you don't walk up and speak English from the start they are very receptive to you. Also, if it helps, try using google translate to get a good understanding of what you are looking at on the German websites.
If you can't figure anything out, you can tell me exactly the areas you require and I can pick them up for you and mail them back to the states to you. Since I am military I have access to the USPS and can mail them back cheaply.