Grand Central Terminal

Built in 1903 with a Beaux-Arts architectural style, the terminal or station is used as a commuter train, subway terminal and transit station, on 42nd Street and Park Avenue, east midtown in Manhattan. This station has 44 platforms and serves commuters with train lines to outside the city, within New York state and neighbouring states. AMTRAK trains also depart from here. Furthermore, the uniqueness of this terminal, displaying intricate designs both on inside and outside has made this building a popular tourist attraction. On the lower-level you can find a large food court and several restaurants offering different types of food from all over the world.