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Ive been searching for a good guidebook for my trip.
 
What would be the best option for ONE guide book in a trip containing Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Berlin, Prague, and Munich?
 
Is Germany part of western europe?

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Let’s Go Europe should cover you.

I am leaving from New York, NY and traveling for 64 days
Reykjavik, London, Lille, Berlin, Kraków, Lviv, Istanbul, Selçuk, Pamukkale, Kızkalesi, Göreme, Kars, Bat'umi, Akhalts'ikhe, Tbilisi, Telavi, Istanbul

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Let’s Go Europe would be my first choice, Lonely Planet Europe would be a close second. 

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Is Germany part of western europe?
  Yes, but some guidebooks would consider Czech Republic eastern Europe.  Leaf through any guidebook before you buy to make sure it covers Prague — most will probably have a few pages on Prague even if they don’t cover the rest of Czech Republic or eastern Europe.

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Always been a fan of lonely planet