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  • Events, What to do in Stockholm

1. Subway Art tour
2. Visit Vasa museum
3.  See Stockholm from the boat
4.  Try Swedish meatballs
5. Visit ABBA museum
6. Explore Gamla Stan
7. Admire the view from Monteliusvägen cliff path
8. Party at Trädgården

Enjoy your stay in Stockholm!


Stockholm metro stations

  • 12.04.2024
  • Events, What to do in Stockholm

Stockholm’s metro, also known as Tunnelbana, is famous for its unique and artistic metro stations.

Here are some of the most beautiful metro stations in Stockholm you should visit:

1. Stadion
2. Tekniska högskolan
3. Rådhuset metro station
4. Thorildsplan
5. T – Centralen
6. Kungsträdgården

Here are a few interesting facts about the Stockholm metro:

1. Artistic Stations

Many stations on the Stockholm metro are decorated with stunning artwork, making the subway system one of the world’s longest art exhibitions. Over 90 out of the 100 stations feature sculptures, mosaics, paintings, and installations created by various artists.

2. World’s Longest Art Gallery

With approximately 110 kilometers (68 miles) of track, the Stockholm metro is often referred to as the world’s longest art gallery. Each station has its own distinct design and theme, creating a visually captivating experience for commuters and visitors alike.

3. Oldest Station

The oldest station on the Stockholm metro is T-Centralen, which opened in 1950. It serves as the central hub for the system and connects three different subway lines.

4. Deep Stations

Some of the metro stations in Stockholm are located deep underground. For example, the Kungsträdgården station is situated about 34 meters (112 feet) below ground level, making it one of the deepest stations in the world.

5. Cavernous Stations

A few stations on the Stockholm metro are built in caverns blasted out of solid rock. The impressive scale and architecture of these stations, such as Stadion and Solna Centrum, create a unique atmosphere for commuters.

6. Efficient and Punctual

The Stockholm metro is known for its efficiency and punctuality. Trains run frequently and are known for their reliability, ensuring that commuters can rely on the system for their daily transportation needs.

Enjoy your stay in Stockholm!


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