Where are the world’s most beautiful tunnels and subways? Tunnels and subways have been an attraction for tourist from a long time. Just have a look at these tunnels and subways when you travel these cities.
1.Chicago’s O’Hare Station (US)
O’Hare is the ’L' station at the northwestern terminus of the CTA’s Blue Line. It is a subway station with two island platforms serving three tracks, located at O’Hare International Airport, 17 miles (27 km) northwest of the Chicago Loop. Trains are scheduled to depart from O’Hare roughly every 2-7 minutes during rush-hour periods, and take about 40 minutes to travel to the Loop.
2. Dubai Metro Stations (UAE)
Planning of the Dubai Metro began under the directive of Dubai’s ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum who expected other projects to attract 15 million visitors to Dubai by 2010.
3. Frankfurt’s Bockenheimer warte station
A weird subway entrance, looking like a train bursting through the sidewalk from below, is located in Frankfurt. Architect Zbiginiew Peter Pininski reported he felt inspired by surrealist artist René Magritte when creating it.
4. L’Oceanographic Center in Valencia, Spain
The park, created as a great leisure, training and research centre, is structured into ten great areas. The marine areas reflect the Mediterranean habitats, the polar oceans – the Arctic and the Antarctic, the islands, the tropical seas, the temperate seas and the Red Sea.
5. Metro Bilbao (Basque Country – Spain)
Metro Bilbao is a rapid transit (metro) system serving the city of Bilbao and the region of Greater Bilbao. Its lines have a “Y” shape, with two lines that transit both banks of the Nervión river and then combine to form one line that ends in the south of Bilbao.
6. Moscow’s Komsomolskaya Station (Russia)
The station is noted for its being located under the busiest Moscow transport hub, Komsomolskaya Square, which serves Leningradsky, Yaroslavsky andKazansky railway terminals. Because of that the station is one of the busiest in the whole system and is the most loaded one on the line.
7. Munich u Bahn Tunnel
The Munich U-Bahn system is an electric rail rapid transit network in Munich, Germany. “U-Bahn” is the German contraction for Untergrundbahn or “subway.” It is operated by the municipally owned Münchner Verkehrsgesellschaft (the Munich Transport Company) or MVG.
8. New York’s City Hall station
If you ride the 6 train to the end of the line and get off at the Brooklyn Bridge stop, you’re missing out on something incredible. As the train loops around to go back uptown, it passes through an abandoned and beautifully preserved City Hall station from 1904.
9. Prairie Lights is Texas’s
Prairie Lights is Texas’s premier holiday drive-through park, featuring more than 4 million lights along the shores of beautiful Lynn Creek Park on Joe Pool Lake in Grand Prairie. Visitors will be amazed by the world’s longest light tunnel and the Holiday Village out-of-car experiences that will make this Christmas season one to remember.
10. Pyongyang Metro (North Korea)
The Pyongyang Metro is entirely in deep tunnel under the city. It was built by the Korean People’s Army. The Pyongyang Metro consists of two public lines, north-south Chollima (named for a mythical flying horse, the Korean Pegasus) and east-west Hyoksin (Renovation); there are also believed to be other undisclosed lines for government use. The total length of the public system is probably around 22.5 km, of which the Chollima line is about 12 km and the Hyoksin line about 10.
11. Shanghai Bund
Located in the diamond area of Shanghai, the bund sightseeing tunnel connects the north side of Chen Yi Square at the bund and the Oriental Pearl Radio and Television Tower at Pudong. the bund sightseeing tunnel has a total length of 646.7 meter. modern high technologies are applied in the decoration of the interior walls of the beautiful tunnel, providing the passengers with pictures, patterns and views about yellow sea stars, pink flowers, strange geometric figures, which are full of dynamic power and full of enchantment. the environment-friendly non-driver traction whole transparent sk compartments make tourists feel as if they were right at the scene.
12. Stockholm Tunnelbana
The Metro of Stockholm is called Tunnelbana (T-Bana) and consists of three lines (green, red and blue). All stations are marked with a white T on blue background and many of them are famous for their nice decorations.
13. Train tree tunnel ,Ukrain
Goodness me, this definitely tops the list of the most romantic train tunnels I have ever seen! This beauty is hidden in an enchanting forest in Ukraine and locals call it sweetly, the love tunnel. Isn’t it beautiful? Just looking at those photos makes me want to pack up,dress to the tee and take one of those amazing Orient-Express train trips across the world.
14. Wisteria Tunnel, Japan
The Wisteria Tunnel from Japan’s Kawachi Fuji Garden
Wisteria, (known as Fuji in Japan), is an ancient Japanese flowering vine. In mid April these plants begin to bloom. The effect is stunning. The soft hanging blooms range in color from light pinks, purples, yellows, and reds. These whimsical gardens are breathtaking and inspiring.
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