Baltimore got its “city of neighbourhoods” nickname from its rich diversity and historic districts. Along with the popular sites around the Inner Harbor, its cultural Midtown district and multi cultural enclaves of Southeast Baltimore highlight the unique flavors of Baltimore.
Things to do in Baltimore
You will find many of Baltimore’s finest attractions in the Inner Harbor district alongside buzzing seaside restaurants, cafes and bars. The National Aquarium is a family favorite, while history enthusiasts won’t want to miss a visit to Baltimore’s four famous historic ships that have been converted into floating museums.
Looking for adventure? Embark on a journey through the Baltimore Heritage Walk which takes you through the Inner Harbor, Little Italy, Historic Jonestown and the city’s central business district and past iconic landmarks such as the Star-Spangled Banner Museum and the USS Constellation.
Getting around Baltimore
Baltimore is home to a comprehensive network of buses, light rail and subway lines, while water taxis provide a more scenic way to get around. Baltimore-Washington International Airport is only a few kilometers from the city, connecting to the downtown area by light rail and Amtrak trains.