Today’s first visit is New York’s Grand Central Railway Station, which began operating in 1913. Since then, it has become a landmark of the city and the ingenious way in which it separates car, pedestrian and pedestrian traffic is remarkable. of trains. The building has a steel frame, covered with granite and marble. A little further down we see the Flatiron Building or Fuller Building, as it was originally called. It is an innovative skyscraper built on a triangular block between 5th Avenue and Broadway, which after its completion in 1902,it was one of the tallest buildings in the city. The Flatiron is another landmark of New York and every year it gathers thousands of visitors from all over the world. Next is New York University (NYU), which was founded in 1831 and has attracted writers, musicians, artists and intellectuals to study. It is a private institution with 27,444 total undergraduate enrollments.The main campus is located in Washington Square, near Greenwich Village. Our tour continues through well-known Manhattan neighborhoods that have their own color and culture, such as Greenwich Village – between Houston Street and Broadway – and Soho, the 19th-century neighborhood full of galleries, boutiques and restaurants. We arrive in “Little Italy”, with many Italian restaurants and shops, which will remind you of scenes from the movie “The Godfather”. We proceed to Chinatown, one of the largest areas of Asians living outside of Asia, famous for budget restaurants, grocery stores and ethnic gift shops. We continue with the magical Brooklyn Bridge.It is the first suspension bridge with steel cables in the world and has been connecting Manhattan with Brooklyn since 1883 (the journey on foot takes about 20 minutes). An emblematic element of the image, but also of everyday life in New York. Walking, we gaze at the view and countless images from movies and TV series with skyscrapers in the background come to mind. Finally, today we will take a close look at Hudson Yards, the largest private investment in reconstruction ($25 billion) in US history after Rockefeller Center,which intends to form an “other city” within New York. When this brand new neighborhood officially opened its gates to welcome citizens and visitors, more than 1,000 people rushed. Hudson Yards extends over 14 acres and includes huge sidewalks, gardens, groves, dozens of shops and restaurants, ultra-luxurious apartments, while at its center is the Vessel, the impressive sculpture-building, which looks like a huge beehive and consists of 154 stairs with a total of 2,500 steps, offering a unique view.Among these… beasts is the building “The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards”, which gathers in its well-polished corridors some of the biggest retail and restaurant brands in the world: the first Neiman Marcus store in New York, a concept store of the Zara chain, but also the first physical stores of several online retailers, celebrity chefs’ restaurants, such as the eclectic “Mercado Little Spain” of José Andrés and the brothers Albert and Ferran Adrià in the basement or “Wild Ink”, the first restaurant of the London catering company Rhurhab.There is also the new “Estiatorio Milos”, which exclusively occupies the top communal floor of the building. Kostas Spiliadis, a leading representative of Greek gastronomy in America, but also one of its most important ambassadors around the world, the chef, restaurateur and founder of a restaurant empire, is at the heart of this new project.