Situated on Belfast Lough and surrounded by hills on all sides, Belfast is known for its picture-perfect beauty and scenic vistas. The quaint 17th-century streets are fronted by the intricate façades of Victorian and Edwardian buildings like the Belfast Public Library and St. Anne's Cathedral. The city boasts a burgeoning art scene that's replete with contemporary art galleries and studios highlighting the works of modern Irish artists while traditional markets like St. George's and the Grand Opera House are full of old-world charm. Titanic Belfast, the site where the shipyards that built the Titanic were once located throws light on the city's seafaring legacy as well as drawing visitors into an interactive experience. From cultural evenings to biking through Northern Ireland's dramatic coastal vista's, Belfast is a city with hidden depths.