You’ll delight in the sweeping views of central Lisbon as well as the stylish wood carriages that take you there.
Mercedes-Benz Museum Elevator, Stuttgart, Germany
If you’re planning on visiting the Mercedes-Benz Museum, make sure to allot a large chunk of time for it. Many visitors said they’ve spent the whole day there. To start the tour, you can take the elevator up to the 8th floor and walk down from there.
According to European Traveler, visitors walk for at least 1.5 km, some up to 5 km just inside the museum.
Sky Tower, Auckland, New Zealand
In just 40 seconds, you can reach the observatory at Auckland, New Zealand, where you’ll be 610 feet high. Get ready to soak in a 360 view of the city.
Lloyd's Building, London, England
Located on Lime Street, Lloyd’s of London is the world’s most famous insurance specialist market and it boasts one of the most futuristic buildings in town. From one of the twelve external glass elevator pods, you can soak in panoramic views of the city. It takes about 30 seconds to reach the top.
Luxor's Inclinators, Las Vegas
Looking to head in another direction? Look no further and visit the Luxor in Las Vegas, were you can ride one of its “inclinators.” You’ll be taken up the pyramid at a sharp 39-degree angle.
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Taipei 101, Taipei, Taiwan
Taipei 101 used to hold the title as the world’s tallest skyscraper in 2004, that is until Dubai surpassed it with the completion of Burj Khalifa five years later. Still, this LEED platinum certified building is still pretty special. Reach the 89th floor in a mere 37 seconds, where you’ll be 1,000 feet above ground level. Everything will look so tiny from there, like little stars.
Rockefeller Center, New York
It’s a popular spot, especially around the holidays, but it’s one that never gets old. Located in midtown Manhattan, Rockefeller Center is a must-see for history buffs and Instagrammers alike.
You can reach the 70th floor, called the Top of the Rock, in just 42 seconds. If you’ve never visited, you should know that Rockefeller Center comprises of 19 buildings. If you want to get to the observatory deck, head to the 30 Rockefeller Center, also called the Comcast Building or 30 Rock.
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