Harlem, is totally different from the picture we see in the movies Yankees, is a neighborhood with its own culture, restaurants with affordable meals, jazz bars, musicians play in the street, these spacious, beautiful reddish; It is a good place for shopping, nothing is ever too expensive, quiet, no shows to see and hear, as do the tour of jazz, Jewish hiking, excluding the tour of Mass gospel on Sunday in one of the many churches, exciting is to say little, intense cozy, choirs are something dreamed. With regard to meals there is a restaurant called Dinasaur BARBEQUE, the food is scrumptious, at the corner of 120th Street to 8th Avenue sold a creamy chocolate and red velvet cakes, toast, chicken wings are French delight visitors. On the street carts selling mangoes and churros, all so simple. Harlem has places that are to visit like the Museo del Barrio, the Schomburg Center, Harlem Walk of Fame, the Apollo Theater, Marcon X Bvld, the Clinton Foundation, the Museum of jazz tribute to great artists of the genre, his tour lasts about two hours, the spirit of Michael Jackson is charged at each corner, one of the places to visited is the Studio Museum. There is a park named Marcus Garvey Park between Calle 119 and 122 Madison and Park Avenues, where every Saturday people meet with their congas and drums, tambourines, maracas and a drum, it's a nice experience to watch people all races making music and dancing together, this has been happening for over 40 years. Harlem offers much more, especially the opportunity to learn and enjoy the African American culture.