Torre Digital de Brasilia, Brasilia

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Architectural Building Tourist Spot
Designed by Brazilian modernist Oscar Niemeyer, Torre Digital de Brasilia stands 160 m (525 ft), atop of which sits the metal antenna itself, taking the height to 183 m (600 ft) in total. The two petal-like observation decks offer panoramic vistas from their glass domes; in the highest is a restaurant, and the lower is used as a cultural space and gallery. Plan to visit Torre Digital de Brasilia and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Brasilia attractions using our Brasilia trip itinerary maker.
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  • If you want to have a beautiful view of the city and the surroundings and feel like you´re part of the Jetsons, the Digital TV Tower of Brasilia is the place to go. Located only a few miles from the P...  more »
  • Spend your time in Brazil anywhere else. Believe me. I live here for 17 years. If you really want to visit Brasilia, you don't need more than one day. A one day tour is enough to have a quick look at ...  more »
  • Great views on the surrounding landscape and easyly accessible for challenged people, with elevators and accesible platforms!  more »
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  • Awesome place to go to because of the tower but you still get to see the city of brasilia from above because of the Height of the place
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  • Nice sight of brasilia.
  • Visual bonito do alto.
  • Ok