You think you know all the major attractions in the world? Then listen up, because you won’t find these eight attractions in most travel guides. We’ll show you which skyscrapers, museums and other highlights have just opened their doors to the public.
Museu do Amanhã, Rio de Janeiro
Futurism par excellence: the Museu do Amanhã (Museum of Tomorrow) does its name justice. Like a spaceship, it hovers in the heart of the newly redesigned harbor promenade of Rio de Janeiro. Inside, interactive exhibits on future innovations and research are displayed.
One World Trade Center, New York
New York’s newest landmark has finally been completed – and it wouldn’t be America if they hadn’t come up with an outstanding design for the new skyscraper at the site of Ground Zero. The elevator trip to the 102nd floor takes just 46 seconds. From there, visitors are enchanged with a seemingly endless view across the city. Weak knees are just part of the program: if you’re brave enough to enter the Sky Portal, only a glass floor will separate you from the lively streets of New York below.
Market Hall, Rotterdam
For a little more than a year, Rotterdam has had a whole new hot spot: nowhere else in the world is shopping for fruits and vegetables such an experience as in the newly constructed Market Hall. Inside, this horseshoe-shaped attraction impresses visitors with a colorful ceiling installation by Dutch artist Arno Coenen. Read More »