10 Of The World’s Most Interesting Train Stations | thevoyaging.com

Train stations can often be drab and colorless. This is especially true when it comes to underground stops where sunlight never pokes through. But, that doesn’t always have to be the case. Here are some interesting train stops that went the extra mile to stand out from the others to give commuters an experience that’ll keep them coming back.


Shibuya Station | Tokyo, Japan

Shibuya Station serves over 2 million people a day. Thus, making it one of Japan’s busiest stations and the main station that connects the center of Tokyo to its suburbs. When the architects were designing the station, they wanted the commuter’s experience to be pleasant. It was important to entice people to use the system. Passengers make their way underground through a flying saucer like opening which also serves to cut energy costs in the station.

If you’re going to travel in any of these cities then you MUST use the train system.