Willis Tower, Chicago

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Strategically located in the heart of the city's financial district, it is also known as SearsTower (name deriving from the old owner), is one of the most impressive skyscrapers in the city. Although the view over the 4 states and all of Chicago is better at the John Hancock Observatory, at the Willis Tower you can experience the thrill of walking suspended in the void thanks to glass balconies, Skydeck, which from the top floor allow you to walk at about 1300 feet in height, a completely safe experience, but not suitable for those suffering from vertigo. Small curiosity: from 1973 to 1988 it was the tallest building in the world.

Where it is: 233 South Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL

How to reach us: Take the metro (red, purple, pink, orange or brown line) and get off at the Quincy / Wells stop, the tower is 5 minutes from the station.

Official website: www.willistower.com

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