What is it? Built as an observation tower in 1960, Euromast is not simply a place to cast an eye across the cityscape; aside from the open-air viewing platform 112 metres up, there’s an excellent restaurant, an enclosed, rotating glass elevator (complete with voiceover tour) that takes you up to 185 metres, and even two hotel suites with private balconies.
Why go? Few things are as thrilling as a birds-eye view of a city, and the sweeping panoramas from Euromast are no exception. And if that’s not enough, adrenaline junkies can even abseil down it.