Kazan metro comprises 10 stations along one 15.8 km long line. During peak hours, train intervals are not more than 6 min. Passengers may pay for their tickets in different ways: with smart tokens, contactless smart cards or city transport cards. Note that the smart token is valid only throughout one day on all stations, the next day it will turn into a memorable souvenir. Each station is furnished with turnstiles, and selective inspection of passengers and luggage examination points furnished with technical facilities are provided for security purposes. Metro announcements are made in three languages – Russian, Tatar and English. One interesting fact is that all announcements in three languages in trains going southwards are made by a female voice and the same in the opposite direction– by a male voice. You may take photos inside Kazan metro, and there is a good reason for it. Tourists from all over the world note the beauty and uniqueness of the city’s metro stations.