"While the upside down loops are blocked off, the curvy staircase offers visitors captivating views of the Rhine, with the highest stair rising to 49 yards above sea level."
· Duisburg, Germany
""Stairway to the Sky" - From the last step, visitors can look out at the entire garden before descending back down."
· Xilitla, Mexico
"There are exactly 999 steps leading up to a temple. The latest addition to the mountain is the “sky walk”, which allows tourists to look down at the massive hole below from clear glass flooring."
· Zhangjiajie, China
"Due to the steep climb and slippery terrain, a maximum of 400 climbers are permitted per day. If hiking during the rainy season, be prepared for thick fog and muddy conditions."
· Machu Picchu, Peru
"From the bottom of the steps, a person sees only steps but once he reaches the top and looks down, the steps are invisible, leaving him with a view of just the landings."
· Odesa, Ukraine
"It totals 250 steps covered in tiles collected from countries around the world."
· Rio de Janeiro, Brazil