Bangor is a nice place to stop, not to stay. Although it has a nice variety of eating options, accommodations are very limited. Despite its large student population, it is rather low key and acts primarily as a transport hub for the region. The city is the last stop before crossing to the Isle of Anglesey. The town center is located half a mile east of the train station along High Street, and the Deiniol Shopping Center is the heart of the town. The main sight in the town is the Cathedral Church of St. Deiniol, with its evocative 500 year old carved oak Mostyn Christ. The Victorian pier stretches nearly 500 meters out into the Menai Strait. The Theatre Gwynedd hosts both Welsh and English language drama, and there is also a cinema.