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It is worth going inside this beautiful subway station to enjoy the impressive art and imagination of the artist. The highlight is the opening from the bottom to the top. It is like looking through the sea.
what a great way to decorate an undeerground station, it was quite unusual, and once upon the ground level one could see the tips of where we were looking from from the underground..!?! quite weird and wonderful!!
Stopped at this metro station a few times during our visit to Napoli. Beautiful spot for the kids and adults to look at the decor - makes you relax and gives you a very calm feeling especially when tired travelling on metro.
We stayed in the centre of Naples for a few nights and used this metro station to do in all directions. Clean and safe. Easy to use, we had the Campania art 3 day ticket all areas which included trains, buses, metro which made things...More
We were really surprised how creative can be such a common ordinary place like a metro station. Comparing with other stations on Line 2 like Piazza Amedeo it's completely different – clean and funny. Like on other fields – Naples is full of contradictions!
Toledo metro station is probably the nicest underground I have ever used. It's clean, and there are very impressive mosaics everywhere. There is even a massive hole in the ceiling looking up from the escalator that actually changes colour, due to clever lighting. Very nice...More
Not that I'm aware of....but contrary to previous answer I have seen in the old part of the city, around Spaccanapoli, tables and makeshift kiosks selling "homemade" art, some better than others. Don't know if I would call... More
Not that I'm aware of....but contrary to previous answer I have seen in the old part of the city, around Spaccanapoli, tables and makeshift kiosks selling "homemade" art, some better than others. Don't know if I would call them struggling artists....