We headed to Grand Central Terminal walking through Park Avenue, after our Empire State Building visit. While we were walking on Park Avenue we had a chance to discuss why Park Avenue was the most expensive spot in the game of Monopoly. It is obvious that it is one of the most famous streets in the world and there are so many fancy apartments and shops.
And finally, we arrived at Grand Central City Terminal. It seems as exactly as in Hollywood movies. Not only outside of the building is fantastic but also inside of it really beautiful. We also visited different types of train stations in Europe and Turkey and they have been very historical too. However, Grand Central City Terminal is like a living building. Inside of it is crowded and people are trying to catch up something. So, you can see that some people are running, some of them are taking photos, chatting, eating, or drinking coffee. It is said that it is one of the world’s ten most visited tourist attractions, with 21.6 million visitors in 2018, excluding train and subway passengers. Really? OMG. So it is a little different and interesting from others. Grand Central Terminal has been served since 1913 and it is a kind of landmark in the US.
We spent less than one hour in the terminal to take some photos and see the inside parts of the buildings. And then kept going to Times Square.