It took us 3 visits to finally get to go to the viewing area. Once was too late and once was during the two and a half hour lunch break. We went up to the floor where it said to take the elevator just to be told we had to go to the second floor to buy tickets. They are not 2 Euros each, they are 5, which still isn't bad.
The views weren't quite what we were expecting. You are only 8 stories up, so a lot of the historic buildings that we wanted to see were blocked by closer, taller buildings.
The inside was very beautiful as well and you can view the different floors without a fee. There is even a floor with a lot of couches where people just hang out and use their computers.
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