José Cordeiro / SPTuris
Opened in 1966, Mirante do Vale was the tallest building in the country for 48 years and it is still one of the tallest in the city. Few people, including people from São Paulo who live and work in the region, knew about its grandeur, after all, the giant is located literally at the bottom of the Anhangabaú Valley.
In order to satisfy the curiosity of many regarding the grandeur and the view from the top of the building, in 2021 the Sampa Sky viewpoints were inaugurated. Ultra-resistant glass decks, located 150 meters from the ground, on the 42nd floor, are composed of four layers of 10 mm glass and three layers of Structural PVB (polyvinyl butyral film), guaranteeing resistance of over 30 tons with complete safety.
There are two glass decks. In one you can admire the entire Anhangabaú Valley, Largo São Bento, Dom Pedro II Park and Santa Ifigênia Viaduct. On the other, the long Avenida Prestes Maia, the area of Rua 25 de Março, in addition to the skyline of hundreds of buildings in the central region of the city.
In addition to the glass decks, the entire 42nd floor is open to the visitor, who can admire the view and take pictures freely. But the best shots are on the glass floor, so get your pose, challenge your fear of heights and post on your favorite social network. The visit to Sampa Sky is by appointment and tickets are purchased through its official website.
Praça Pedro Lessa, 110 – Centro
Tuesday to Sunday, from 10am to 8pm.