Short videos (“vines”) from the Paris metro (subway) combined into one post. Vine was shut down in 2016, but they keep the videos looping in the archives.
Enjoy the ride (you can turn the sound on)!
Barbès-Rochechouart, Paris metro, line 2. Opened in 1903. This elevated line offers some great views.
Another Paris Metro Vine. I don’t remember the name of the station
Music: departures by airtone featuring speck
République metro station (beneath Place de la République square). Opened in 1904.
Music: Stefan Karenberg featuring offlinebouncer
“Ob-la-di, ob-la-da” performed on a train.
Strasbourg St-Denis station. Opened in 1908. Walls of all old stations are tiled in white, the nameplates are blue with white letters.
Métro Cardinal Lemoine. Opened in 1931.
Mabillon station. Opened in 1925. Some cool ads in frames:
Tip: Views of the Eiffel Tower from Paris metro trains can be enjoyed between the Bir-Hakeim and Passy stations, line 6 (no video for now).
That’s it. If you never rode the Paris subway, then you now you have some idea of what to expect. Keep your ticket until you exit the metro!