After one year open, Sampa Sky doubles in size and gains new viewpoints

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O Sampa Sky space opened on the 42nd floor of Mirante do Vale, the tallest building in the center of Sao Paulo , completes one year this August. And the novelty is that the attraction, which has one of the most beautiful views of the capital of São Paulo, will double in size by 2022.

The project, an inspiration for the famous Sky Deck, by Chicago in the United States it has cabins with glass floors that advance and give the visitor the sensation of floating above the city.

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The landscapes until then were only facing the southern regions – with a view of the Anhangabaú Valley over the Santa Efigênia Viaduct -, and the East. But later this year, two new “glass cubes” will be installed, totaling four viewpoints, with a privileged view now also of the north and west of the capital – all of this at 150 meters from the ground.


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In addition to the viewpoints, the space has instagrammable scenarios, such as a wall simulating the São Paulo sidewalk and a swing that gives the feeling of playing between buildings. The place also has a bar and snack bar. About 150,000 people have visited the site since its opening.

Tickets start at R$40 and go up to R$100. They can be purchased in the website. Children up to 7 years and 11 months are free.

Mirante do Vale Building: Praça Pedro Lessa, 110 – Historic Center of São Paulo, São Paulo/ Opening hours: Tuesday to Friday, from 11 am to 6:30 pm; Saturday from 9:30 am to 6:30 pm; Sunday from 9 am to 4 pm. Closed on Mondays.

Source: CNN Brasil

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