The 8 Most Beautiful Train Stations Around the World

World Trade Center Transportation Hub: Architect Santiago Calatrava's Oculus, a glass-and-steel structure in Lower Manhattan, connects 11 subway lines, the PATH train, and more.

Kuala Lumpur Railway Station: Designed in 1910 by British architect Arthur Benison Hubback, the Kuala Lumpur station in Malaysia boasts a neo-Moorish architectural style, blending minarets, dome-capped pavilions, and articulated archways.

Kanazawa Station: Originally built in 1898 and upgraded in 2005, Kanazawa Station in Ishikawa, Japan, combines historic charm with modern elements like a glass-and-steel dome, attracting visitors to its unique architectural fusion.

Liège-Guillemins Railway Station: Designed by Santiago Calatrava, the Liège station in Belgium features steel, glass, and white concrete.

Milano Centrale: Opened in 1931 in Milan, Italy, this grand station reflects Mussolini's influence with a mix of Beaux Arts, Art Nouveau, and Art Deco styles.

Hungerburg Station: Architect Zaha Hadid's design for Austria's Innsbruck region includes Hungerburg Station, the final stop of the Nordpark Cable Railway.

Sirkeci Railway Station:Built in 1890 as Istanbul's gateway to Europe, Sirkeci station blends French Art Nouveau and Ottoman aesthetics.

Antwerpen-Centraal Station: Completed in 1905, Antwerp's station features a waiting hall adorned with over 20 types of marble and stone.