The 103m-high Europa-Center was Berlin’s first 'skyscraper' at its 1965 opening, with the giant Mercedes star spinning on its rooftop a...
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Ellington Hotel, Nürnberger Strasse 50-55 · interesting places nearby
Reservations are coveted for the Sunday jazz brunch in the very place where Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald once performed, but Florian Gauert's aroma-rich cuisine gets rave reviews at all other times as well. When the weather plays along, there's dining al fresco in the lovely courtyard.