Stockholm Metro: diagram, description, photos. Subway map of Stockholm

Stockholm Metro: map, photos, description


Driving Stockholm metro

Driving Stockholm metro
Stockholm Subway (Tunnelbana) was openedKing of Sweden in 1950, and today the subway system consists of three lines (green, red and blue), passing through the city center, with a total length of 105.7 km and 100 stations, including 47 underground and 53 are located on the surface.
The decision to build the Stockholm subway has beenIt made in 1941 year. The first line was built to use the already existing tram tracks on sites: Kristineberg-Islandstorget, Slussen-Blåsut (including the old tunnel Slussen-Skanstull, built in 1933) and Telefonplan-Hägerstensåsen.
Stockholm's metro network has a ring (orpartially circular) line, however, has four stations-transplants ( "T-Centralen", "Slussen", Gamla Stan and "Fridhemsplan"). To date, a large number of stations located in the suburbs of the city.

Metro stations in Stockholm

Stockholm Metro is well known for itsdecoration of the stations - it was called "the longest art gallery in the world." Some subway stations (mostly blue lines) are used in the design of the raw rock layers. The station Rissne walls along both sides of the platform is decorated with a series of frescoes on the history of civilizations on Earth. On the T-Centralen can see bas-reliefs of the 1950s on the Kungsträdgården station (blue line) will find the archaeological site - ancient columns. Solna Centrum Station (blue line) stands out for its bright red ceiling and the walls depict a spruce forest. Thus, the price of the ticket on the subway in Stockholm, you can see sculptures, mosaics, paintings, art installations and bas-reliefs. You can even join a tour of the four or five stations with a Metro expert.

Hours Stockholm metro

Stockholm metro trains operate with 05:00 to 01:00 every 10 minutes during the day and 15 minutes in the morning and evening. On the night of Saturday and Sunday the metro runs up to 3 hours with 30-minute intervals. During peak hours trains follow a reduced interval of 5-6 minutes to 2-3 minutes. All cars are equipped with light displays, where you can read the name of the next station.

Tickets for the Stockholm metro

Tickets for the Stockholm Metro can be purchased at 1-3-7days. Reduced fares provided for older people (over 65 years) and young people (under 20 years). Travelers with documents on early retirement are also eligible for reduced fare. The best option for travelers who wish to visit the sights of Stockholm, and the use of public transport - the Stockholm Card, which gives the right to visit most museums Swedish capital and reduced fare of the city.
Reloadable cards SL Kort can be purchased atMyWay machines or ticket offices at metro stations. Individual tickets (two coupons - one ride) can be purchased at the box office or kiosks. If you wish to enter the subway immediately prokompostiruyut ticket immediately - it will be valid for one hour on all public transport in Stockholm. In Stockholm's subway work inspectors in uniform with scanners.

Photo Stockholm metro

  • Driving Stockholm metro

    Driving Stockholm metro

  • Stockholm Metro: map, photos, description
  • Stockholm Metro: map, photos, description
  • Stockholm Metro: map, photos, description
  • Stockholm Metro: map, photos, description
  • Stockholm Metro: map, photos, description
  • Stockholm Metro: map, photos, description

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