The 'art' was certainly aimed at a niche market - and not to our taste at all. The cafe was expensive.
We paid an extra 3 euro for a spectacular viewing area but found nowhere special - we just travelled to the top of the building via the external escalators with everyone else - the view was somewhat spoilt by the scratched perspex we had to look through.
A good place to go it you like 'art' that doesn't resemble anything recognisable and could have been done by a two-year-old.
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