• Visit some of the tallest structures on the planet

    2011-12-28

    Travelers who truly want to gain a bird’s eye view of their destination may consider journeying to the cities that boast the world’s tallest buildings. Those who stand atop some of these magnificent structures or simply gaze at them from the ground are sure to have an unforgettable vacation experience.

    A dining experience at the revolving restaurant in Sydney gives patrons a unique panoramic view of the city skyline, reports Conde Nast. The Sydney Tower reaches a height of more than 1,000 feet, which allows guests to see everything from the Opera House to the Harbour Bridge.

    Speaking of bridges, the award for the world’s tallest span goes to the Millau Bridge in Tarn Valley, France. Travelers can drive over this massive structure that is 1,125 feet high at its peak.

    At more than 2,700 feet tall, the Burj Khalifa building holds the current record for the tallest man-made structure. The tower’s website states that travelers who visit this massive attraction in the United Arab Emirates can choose from a wealth of activities inside the building, including visiting the underwater zoo, skating on the indoor ice rink or checking out the SEGA Republic theme park.

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