"Transportation and Art" Tunnelbana (Underground) Tip by tini58de

Tunnelbana (Underground), Stockholm: 45 reviews and 51 photos

  Kungsträdgarden Station
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  • Kungsträdgarden Station - Stockholm
      Kungsträdgarden Station
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  • Kungsträdgarden Station - Stockholm
      Kungsträdgarden Station
    by tini58de
  • Kungsträdgarden Station - Stockholm
      Kungsträdgarden Station
    by tini58de
  • not always underground... - Stockholm
      not always underground...
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The Stockholm underground is called "Tunnelbana" and the sign to look out for is a T. There are three major lines: red, green and blue, which at some point branch out.

A single ticket costs 20 Skr, but it is also possible to buy a 24 hour pass (60 Skr).

One special station that I would like to bring your attention to is Kungsträdgarden Station, the beginning (or end) of the blue line in the very center of Stockholm. They do have a wonderful art gallery inside with art from the 1950s. Very unusual, but very interesting! I read that other stations as well might have some artwork - so check it out!

Click here for a download of the Stockholm Tunnelbana Plan

Mode: AROUND
Type: Subway/Metro

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated May 10, 2006
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