Naples Art Metro stations
Naples Metro stations are real urban works of art: they preserve more than 200 works of contemporary art signed by the greatest artists of the international scenario.
Among the 15 stops distributed along the line 1 and 6 of the network, the most famous are the University station, designed by Karim Rashid, known for its vivid colours, the cross-linked ceilings and the walls made with lenticular technique and with moving effect. The station Toledo, designed by Oscar Tosques Basqua, rich in mosaics and quoted by CNN among the most beautiful metro stations in the world. At the station Vanvitelli, you can admire the stars of Gilberto Zorio and two of the last works created by Mario Merz. The station Quattro giornate, dedicated to the days of insurrection that freed Naples from the Nazi domination and built 44 meters below the ground; The atrium houses the bronze reliefs and the paintings of Nino Longobardi.