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The «Art Stations» along Line 1 of the underground in Naples, managed by ANM Azienda Napoletana Mobilità, the public transport company, are the result of a project by the municipal administration in Naples. They have inaugurated a new way of...more
Clean and large tunnels, individual art at each metro station worth seeing if your using it to get around. Very simple to use and clear directions. Only €1.10 for a 90 minute ticket. Used the metro so much during my stay in Naples as it...More
We took the Metro from Toledo to the old town of Naples and found the blue ceiling treatment above the escalators in Toledo very interesting. Sadly only two stations visited and that was the extent of the art and too bad the neatness does not...More
There are some stations on the Napoli Metro that are worth visiting because of their artworks, in particular Toledo station. We also visited Dante, Museo and Garibaldi stations, all on Line 1.
Some of the art is at platform level, others at street level -...More
We bought a Metro pass so we could see these. Started at Toledo, it was great. Back to the platform to go to another, 15-minute wait on a dirty platform with occasional bursts of frantic Italian that even the locals couldn't understand. But on to...More
Every metro/subway is in the process of dialogue with the city above it.
Napoli is a complicated city, full of history, art, architecture, geography, anarchy, science, religion. Linea Uno 1 is a version of the City, understanding.
You can walk through the stations and see...More
Saw some information on the metro art online and then had a city tour guide say every station on a particular line had some.
Thought to myself, that sounds fun. I will do the rounds through the stations and take my picture by each.
I have read about this project and wanted to experience it. We took one morning, got on Linea 1 and went all the way to the end of the line. Coming back we got off at every station and walked to see what art was...More