New Haven, Connecticut's second largest city, is a seaport steeped in a rich history. The city is best known for the learned halls and colleges of the campus of the prestigious Yale University. The university's three-centuries old campus is a cultural hub complete with elegant Victorian and Gothic-style buildings, an art gallery filled with an astonishing collection of masterpieces, an impressive natural history museum and a rare library filled with treasures like one of the only surviving Gutenberg bibles. A short way away, the main street, just off the quiet New Haven Green, is full of charming eateries and cozy New England boutiques. Some of the best pizza in the world is rumored to be found here and the dining scene is eclectic and fun. Overall, New Haven is a little rough around the edges, but has plenty to offer to those who are willing to dig a little deeper.