Stockholm (Sweden): The Rådhuset station plunges users into a reddish cavern-like setting.
Los Angeles (United States): The Hollywood/Vine station is a stop that´s definitely worth the detour with its cinema-inspired decor and colourful palm trees that stand in for columns.
Lisbon (Portugal): An explosion of colours will surprise travellers making their way through Lisbon´s Olaias station.
Moscow (Russia): Stuccowork, frescos and luminous chandeliers adorn the halls of the Prospekt Mira station.
Munich (Germany): Stop at Marienplatz and dive into an orange universe that would be right at home on a Stanley Kubrick set.
Naples (Italy): The metro dell´arte in Naples is a whole other world. Explore the surrealist Toledo station designed by Spanish architect Oscar Tusquets Blanca.
Shanghai (China): Lose yourself in the 600 metres of psychedelic halls of the Bund Tunnel.
Paris (France): Imagine yourself in a Jules Verne novel during a stop at the Arts et Métiers station.
Dubai (United Arab Emirates): Eccentricity and exuberance reign at the BurJuman station, where the huge, peculiar hanging sculptures will captivate you.