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Exploring Baltimore

Devour your first taste of Maryland Crab Cakes at a lantern-lit waterfront restaurant, ride a water taxi to visit the tall ships in the Maritime Park, and discover an impressive choice of museums, from railroad to Ripley’s in the modern, multicultural city of Baltimore. It’s a city of surprises, where exclusive luxury hotels and skyscrapers dominate the skyline, and gregarious bars stay open late in Downtown streets. From magnificent shopping malls, and ethnic restaurants, to open air Tai Chi and poetry readings in the Plaza, you’ll find an extrovert display of Baltimore’s immigrant past at every exciting turn in its streets.


Accommodations in Baltimore

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Baltimore is the The Ivy Hotel, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Hotel Revival, a Joie de Vivre Hotel in Baltimore as it has been reserved 5 times.

Baltimore also offers 5-star accommodation options where guests can enjoy great services and amenities. Check out Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore and 1840s Carrollton Inn.


Sightseeing in Baltimore

- Baltimore Inner Harbor Marina


The best way to understand Baltimore is to take a stroll around Inner Harbor, where the city’s nautical past can be seen in the rows of glinting white yachts, and the almost industrial-era skyline that forms the backdrop. Where empty warehouses once stood, now there are green parklands and recreation areas, and the Harborplace next to the water’s edge is a multi-story mall with boutique shops and artisan stores.


- National Aquarium


The National Aquarium sits at the waterfront, its angular outline overlooking the historic ships bobbing in the harbor. You can find over 16,500 species of marine creature here, and popular exhibits include the spectacular Open Ocean Shark Tank.


Transportation in Baltimore

Getting to Baltimore is easy by plane, with the Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport on its doorstep. Onward travel is easy by train or bus if you prefer not to hire a car, and once in the city the public transportation network is well-designed and easy to use. Even if you prefer to discover the city on foot, there’s still one mode of transport you’ll kick yourself for not trying – The Baltimore Water Taxi. It’s a tradition here, so hop on board one of the blue and white boats from the points along the harbor to visit any one of the major attractions this city is famous for.


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