The city is best known for being the home of two world-class universities, Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Cambridge is bordered by the city of Boston, located on the other side of the Charles River just 3 miles to the southeast. The charming neighborhoods ("Squares") of Cambridge are rich in options for shopping, dining, and sightseeing, offering plenty of theatres, museums, and historic sites. Central Square, the seat of city government, contains a variety of international restaurants and music clubs. Kendall Square, home to MIT, is the focal point of the Massachusetts high tech and biotechnology industries. Harvard Square, surrounding the historic brick walls of the nation's oldest university, offers a plethora of cafes, bookstores, boutiques, and entertainment choices. Likewise, Porter and Inman Squares offer a diverse selection of dining options, and many artistic and cultural attractions as well. Among the many attractions in Cambridge are the Museums, The Longfellow House, and is home to a number of annual street fairs and festivals.