Living in London my transport of choice is most definitely the London Underground. It’s the easiest and quickest way to get around all of London, but it’s a little, shall we say, drab. It’s the same old companies advertising on the billboards, mostly telling me I need a holiday, or advertising some new rad diet to try out.
So I wondered whether it’s any better in other cities, where are the most creative and colourful underground stations, that inspire and encourage creative thinking? As always, Google had the answers, and I have to say I’m now a little envious, here are my top 10 picks!
Toledo Metro Station Located in Naples, Italy
Formosa Boulevard Station located in Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Stadion Station located in Stockholm Sweden
Olaias Station located in Lisbon, Portugal
Arts Et Metiers Station located in Paris, France
University of Naples Subway Station located in Naples, Italy
Westfriedhof Station located in Munich, Germany
Bund Sightseeing Tunnel located in Shanghai, China
T-Centralen Station located in Stockholm, Sweden
Bockenheimer Warte Station located in Frankfurt, Germany
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Raquel Wallace is writer of creative blog #MadeByPeople & Co-founder of The Lost Lanes, the UK’s largest ethical marketplace. Raquel is on a mission to change perceptions of ethical and sustainable fashion without the human and environmental costs that is currently being endured in the industry. Her mission, to make ethical more accessible and affordable for everybody, disrupting the high street in the process and challenging the fast fashion trend.