8 places with some of the most incredible views in the world

Unsuitable for people with dizziness. Although, well, you can always travel there and decide if you want to have a birds-eye view or you prefer to see the place in photos.

Willis Tower SkyDeck, Chicago, USA
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1/8 Willis Tower SkyDeck, Chicago, USA

During some years the Willis Tower was the tallest building in the world in the 70s and 80s. Although today can no longer boast the title this tower offers a Chicago amazing views of the city. And not only for its 110 floors, the building has a hanging glass boxes protruding from the structure and where visitors can walk on the floor to get Chicago under feet. Do you dare?

Torre Eiffel, Paris, France
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2/8 Torre Eiffel, Paris, France

Paris and the Eiffel Tower are two concepts that go hand and hand. Nowadays it is impossible to imagine the French capital without this famous tower and vice versa. From the Eiffel Tower you have the opportunity to see Paris in all its essence and take a taste of the city as a bird.

Mirador del Rio, Lanzarote, Spain
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3/8 Mirador del Rio, Lanzarote, Spain

Mirador del Rio is situated over 470 meters high in the Island of Lanzarote. The creator was César Manrique, an artist from the Canarian Islands. From this part of the world you can see La Graciosa, a piece of an isolated land in this which forms part of the archipelago Chinijo. When you are there you just have to observe, breathe and let the wind caress you.

London Eye, London
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4/8 London Eye, London

London Eye is one of the most famous ferris wheels in the world. This emblematic monument let curious people have a real bird view of the city of London, in England, with the River Thames at his feet.

Machu Pichu, Peru
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5/8 Machu Pichu, Peru

Machu Picchu Inca summit is the best known of the entire planet. To go there you have to climb 2000 meters but once on the top you have a good reward. The views evoke different feelings but you can be sure you will not escape from surprise.

Five Fingers in the Alps, Austria
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6/8 Five Fingers in the Alps, Austria

The Alps probably are the most popular mountain range in Europe. Five Fingers is the perfect place to look over this breathtaking mountain views, in fact people say that it offers the best panoramic of the Alps. The viewing platform is located in Salzkammergut, in Austria.

Grand Canyon Skywalk, Arizona, USA
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7/8 Grand Canyon Skywalk, Arizona, USA

The Grand Canyon Skywalk is surely one of the places with a more complete view of the national park. And not for nothing, but this circular walkway has a glass floor and offers a panoramic view of almost 360 degrees. You just need to know which is more than 1200 meters high ... something not very suitable for those with vertigo but very suitable for those seeking adrenaline.

Rockefeller Center, New York, USA
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8/8 Rockefeller Center, New York, USA

Rockefeller Center is one of the most famous buildings in the whole world. Everybody who know something about this city has listened about the panoramic views from this impressive construction. If you travel to NYC you have to take the elevators from this superstructure... sometimes the scenery up there is so mind blowing that it looks like impossible.