The World’s Most Unusual Staircase

The stairs down to the small island of Gaztelugatxe in the Spanish Basque country.


The Well Chand Baori in Rajasthan, with its stairs built in 800: 13 levels with 3,500 steps. The temperature of the water from the well is always 5 degrees.


Stairs on the island of Santorini, built in 1715 and with a length of 1,300 meters. Rather the lazy use donkeys to ride.


The Schlossberg (Castle Mountain) in Graz (Austria) is a promontory overlooking the 123 meters Hauptplatz with its rock-cut steps.


El Peñón de Guatapé in Colombia and its 649 steps to the top of the dome 220 ​​feet high.


Potemkin Stairs or Stairway Richelieu in Odessa (Ukraine), the official entrance to the city from the sea. Tiny staircase


Haiku Stairs or Stairway to Heaven, on the island of Oahu, originally built to carry out a naval radio station and LORAN in 40 years The stairs were officially closed in 1987 If an arrest does not scare you, you can always try to take that trail.escaliersHaiku

This walkway wooden staircase is in the Traversinertobel” a side valley of the Via Mala (Switzerland), as a suspended 56 meters long bridge and a level difference of 22 meters.


The coaster stairs in Duisburg. The Tiger and the (Tiger & Turtle) Turtle directed by Heike Mutter and Ulrich Genth a length of 220 meters.


Universal stunt performed by landscape architect Charles Jencks, near Glasgow in Scotland.


The staircase is a staircase of Bramante double helix from the Vatican Museums with a beautiful glass roof located above to shine. It was designed by Giuseppe Momo in 1932.
The Moses Bridge which we had already told you about Tux.
The Awaji Yumebutai, the convention center, hotel and memorial located in Awaji, built after the 1995 earthquake in Kobe, designed by Tadao Ando.
Pailon del Diablo in Ecuador with its very slippery steps, near one of the most spectacular waterfalls.
The spiral staircase in the Chinese provinces of Shanxi and Henan. It will be under 60 years of age without heart or lung problems to expect the climb.