The tourist attraction opens its doors in Poland's capital this week, offering a leaning glass platform suspended nearly 200m in the air.

Up to four people can walk onto the platform then, once they've steadied themselves with the metal handles, the whole thing tilts 15 degrees towards the ground.

Vertigo sufferers are unlikely to feel reassured by the attraction's name, 'Skyfall Warsaw'.

However, GHELAMCO, the project's developers, promise it is safe, with thick layers of glass separating tourists from the air below.

The attraction is only the second in the world to offer a tilting skyscraper platform, according to the developers. Only Chicago's Tilt360 offers a similar experience, albeit without the glass floor underneath.

Skyfall Warsaw is currently open for special or corporate events, but will open up to the general public in the first quarter of 2022.