Stunning Public Staircases to Add to Your Bucketlist

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Exploring beautiful places around the world will give you the opportunity to view stunning public staircases that you might have never heard of before. These structures may have started as an answer to basic mobility needs, but their beauty and amazing designs have made them sights to behold.

More than thinking about their functionality, people look and admire at staircase designs that are new and innovative. Young travellers are particularly eager to snap a selfie of themselves and their friends in these eye-catching sights and post them on social media.

Here are seven of the most breathtaking staircases in the world. How many have you already seen?

The Vessel in New York City

This interactive sculpture consists of a network of stairs and landings that anyone can climb to the top. The designer behind this magnificent work is Thomas Heatherwick, who had the idea of adding balance and harmony within the grid of vertical glass and metal.

The Vessel was meant to mirror every movement and action below and above each layer. This makes the experience more exciting and interactive.

Melk Abbey in Melk, Austria

Anyone who visits Melk Abbey will enjoy a great view of the Danube River in Melk, Austria. The staircase was built in 1673, and from then, many travellers and guests have fallen in love with its beauty. More than the beauty of the river, the staircase from within is the number one reason the place is getting more popular today.

The Vatican Museums in Rome, Italy

The Vatican Museums In Rome, Italy

As soon as you set your eyes on the old spiral staircase of the Vatican Museum, you will realize that you found one of the most beautiful places in the world. The staircase was built in 1505, and it was completed in 1932. This magnificent work of art is all the more reason to plan a visit to the Eternal City.

Innovative Space Asia Hub in Singapore

This lovely staircase was designed by a Singapore-based architecture firm WOHA. The stunning building of the Innovative Space Asia Hub showcases a blend of historical and modern architecture. Since its completion in 2011, the building has been used for various purposes.

Santorini’s Staircase in Greece

This Greek island located amid the Aegean Sea will offer you a view of a staircase and crystal-blue ocean. The staircase will give you a beautiful view of the sea while looking at the whitewashed homes and buildings in the area.

Tiger & Turtle Magic Mountain in Duisburg, Germany

Tiger & Turtle Magic Mountain in Duisburg, Germany

German artists Heike Mutter and Ulrich Genth designed the Tiger & Turtle Magic Mountains. Visitors who want to enjoy the beauty of the staircase need to walk through the structure. Aside from getting a better view of the area, guests have the chance to take in the scenery at an unhurried pace.

Heaven’s Gate Mountain in Zhangjiajie, China

Heaven’s Gate Mountain is located in the Tianmen Mountain National Park in southeastern China. This structure will allow visitors to walk up a mountain. Once you have reached the top of the staircase, you will find yourself speechless with spectacular views on both sides.

Now, it’s time to plan your next trip and see the beauty of one of these famous staircases.

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