Santiago has a new attraction: the Costanera Center has opened a spectacular observation platform called “Sky Costanera” on the 61st and 62nd floor. With its 300 m tower, Costanera Center is currently the tallest building in South America.
The observation platform offers a breath-taking 360° panoramic view of the city, with visibility on good days reaching up to 50 km into the surrounding region. Given clear skies, even the ski centres in the Andes are visible. Information boards explain the most important sights of the city, like the presidential palace “La Moneda” or the National Stadium, and make orientation easier for its visitors. Anyone who wants to observe things even more closely can make use of the specially installed binoculars.
Thanks to two modern elevators with a speed of up to seven meters per second and a capacity of 45 people, the ascent to the closed observation platform on the 61st floor (with a height of 253 m) only takes 40 seconds. On the 62nd floor, visitors will find an additional open air observation deck with a height of 261 m.
Santiago’s new highlight can definitely withstand international competition and offers visitors an excellent opportunity to discover the city from a new perspective.
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