Croatia’s capital Zagreb has just opened its own version of the London Eye. Tourists will now be able to take in a panoramic view of the Croatian metropolis for just 2 euros a pop after it was announced that a new ‘lookout’ on the 16th floor of a downtown high-rise building will open next month.
On 31 May the lookout from the 16th floor of the ‘Neboder’ located at Ilica 1 on Zagreb’s main ban Jelacic square will open to the public. The new tourist attraction will offer visitors a chance for a panoramic view of Zagreb for just 2 euros, with children under 150cm just 80 euro cents.
The ‘Neboder’ building was built-in Zagreb in 1957-58 and officially opened in 1959. The top levels of the building have attracted many businesses in the past, including a radio station, night club and a sushi restaurant.