A new see-through floor observation deck opens up to tourists

Don't Miss

SAN PAULO, BRAZIL (CBS) – One of the biggest cities in the world now has a birds-eye view for tourists to visit and take in the sights.

Sao Paulo, Brazil’s tallest building now features a glass floor on its 42nd story and it’s putting people’s fear of heights to the test.

Dubbed the Sampa Sky, the public will now be treated to a special view of the city from 557 feet in the air.

Building officials say the see-through room was inspired by the Skydeck of Chicago’s Willis Tower on the 103rd floor.

Copyright 2021 Nexstar Media Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.