Artistic metro in Stockholm - amazing metro stations on the blue metro line in the capital of Sweden. Below you can see a dozen photos of the subway with brief descriptions and practical information on metro lines, timetables, prices, etc. Photos in this gallery I did the Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II with a M.Zuiko Digital 12-40mm f / 2.8 ED PRO lens. Click on the photo to see the place b> where the photograph was taken.
Location: Sweden, Stockholm, Metro
Escalators Rådhuset T-bana
Stockholm Underground is an amazing place - it is worth to go there in the evening to admire the stations without crowds.
The longest art gallery in the world
The Stockholm Metro is an art gallery - every station looks different. 90 of the 100 stations have been decorated by 150 artists. You can admire there, numerous paintings, sculptures, expositions, fountains and mosaics. Due to the design of the Stockholm stations, the metro is called the longest art gallery in the world.
Interesting views in the underground city - tunnels carved into the rocks and modern technical installations are an amazing combination.
Solna Centrum T-bana pictures
Paintings on the walls and expositions in showcases - you should get off at each station to admire their decor. As you can see in the photo: that you can not smoke there but the phone will work :-)
The most beautiful metro stations in Stockholm
The most beautiful subway stations are on the blue line - the deepest subway line in Stockholm. Starting at the Center, you can get off at every station and admire the artwork.
Metro Stockholm, ticket prices
The best solution for tourists is: 24 or 72 hour tickets valid from the first pass through the gate to all zones or one-time tickets for 75 or 120 minutes. Price of the card for 24 hours 120 SEK and 72 hours 240 SEK. Single ticket prices start at 43 SEK.
Metro is the fastest transport in Stockholm - 7 lines, 105.7 km of routes and 100 stations.
The Stockholm Metro is open from 5:00 am to 01:00 am at night. For more information, please visit: http://sl.se/sv/reseinfo/ Click on Tunnelban.
Incredibly long escalators from the platform at the T-Centralen station on the blue line. It is one of those places where I would like to go back - it is the next one in this year ... I am getting old :-)
We stayed here:
Cheap hostel very close to the center of Stockholm. The hotel is on the ship next to the Photographic Museum (Fotografiska) in Stockholm.
You can choose from a variety of cabin options from the cheapest multi-person room without bathroom, to cabin with window and bathroom - very different standards and prices.
The rooms are small but the proximity to the center and the waterbus stop (just behind the stern of the ship) are very good.
The breakfasts were good.
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