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Have a glass of wine at "Rüdi" and visit Marlene Dietrich

One of the twelve most beautiful streets in Europe, isn't it?

When I heard that the New York Times chose it as one of the twelve most beautiful streets in Europe, I had to visit it and understand what the fuss was about. The street in the Wilmersdorf district is particularly quiet with a beautiful square in the center. Around the square you will not find special shops, chef restaurants or special attractions and that is its charm.

Rüdesheimer Strasse is a small, local shopping street whose houses and train station locate wine motifs such as grapes and vine leaves and in the square that is the heart of the district Rüdesheimer Platz, vintners from Rheingau offer their wines every year from May to September. Around the square are neighborhood cafes and local shops. The square itself which the locals affectionately call the "Rüdi" is beautiful with a fountain on one side and a children's playground on the other.
It's very nice to walk around the area and experience the other Berlin, quieter, calmer and more local. And the movie fans among you will be able to visit the grave of the German - American movie star Marlene Dietrich whose grave is in the cemetery located a short walk from the square.

Address :Ruedesheimer Platz 1 , 14197 Berlin

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