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An 81-metre tower will be placed in Eurovision Village in Kungsträdgården as part of Stockholm’s Eurovision celebrations.

Starting 29 April, visitors can visit the City Skyliner attraction for a different view of the inner city.

We are proud to offer a spectacular family attraction with 360-degree panoramic views over a stunning location,” said Jesper Ackinger, deputy CEO Stockholm business region and the manager.

“With its 81 metres, the City Skyliner will be one of Stockholm’s highest points. It will be a totally unique experience from a place that has never before been available.”

The City Skyliner will be one of the main attractions when Stockholm hosts the Eurovision Song Contest from 10-14 May.

By late April 29, Stockholmers and visitors can try the new attraction and enjoy the 360-degree panoramic view of Stockholm. The City Skyliner, which is also accessible to wheelchair users, takes 60 people at a time and will cost SEK 100.

Source: Press release

Visitors who don’t suffer acrophobia may also like to continue visiting the tallest buildings in Stockholm:

  • 61 meters Hötorgsskraporna
  • 81 meters Stockholm City Skyliner
  • 84 meters Stockholm Globe Arena
  • 106 meters Town Hall Tower
  • 121 meters Eclipse
  • 155 meters Kaknästornet
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