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A new 345 metre high panoramic terrace has opened in New York with see-through floor & 360 views

A deal from , 29. Apr. 2020 3:15 pm

Pirates, what will be the first destination you want to visit as soon as it is possible to travel freely? A nice relaxing trip to the Maldives? Or a weekend in Morocco? Or maybe ... the one and only New York?

If you are planning to visit the big apple, as well as a tour of Brooklyn Central Park and the Statue of Liberty, you absolutely cannot miss a tour of Manhattan admiring the imposing skyscrapers that characterise the city skyline.

On the hundredth floor of one of the skyscrapers of the Hudson Yards, the new complex of buildings built in New York along the Hudson River, on the west coast of Manhattan, stands a breathtaking panoramic terrace, " Edge ".

"Edge" is suspended at 345 metres high and has an area of about 700 square meters which allows you to have a 360 degree view of New York. In one corner of the terrace the floor is made of transparent glass, and allows you to admire the traffic of Manhattan below.

"Edge" is an "unexplored" attraction for many, having only opened its doors not long before lock-down.

The terrace opens from 8 to midnight, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. It can be reached by tube, getting off at 34th Street-Hudson Yards station on line 7, and the basic adult ticket is priced at $38.

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A new 345 metre high panoramic terrace has opened in New York with see-through floor & 360 views