Get to Know Baltimore
Baltimore, Maryland's largest city, is commonly referred to as the "Charm City." With its beautiful Inner Harbor, bustling historic neighborhoods, vibrant arts and culture scene, and its various sports, shopping and cuisine options, it's easy to understand why Baltimore offers a little something for every taste, budget and personality.
Travel to Baltimore
Whether you prefer to travel by plane, rail or car, access to the Baltimore area is easy.
Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, commonly known as
For more information, visit Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI)
Penn Station, 1515 North Charles Street (tel: (410) 291 4165/9), is located about 3.2km (2 miles) from the Inner Harbor. It is served well by MARC and AMTRAK and has restaurants, ATMs, a postal vending machine, waiting room, phones, baggage checking, porter service, full disabled access and car hire. Baltimore is situated along the north-eastern Amtrak corridor from Washington, DC to Boston via Philadelphia and New York. Journey times are as follows: Washington (40 minutes), New York (2 hours 30 minutes), Boston (7 hours), Orlando (20hours) and Miami (24 hours) in Florida, New Orleans (38 hours) in Louisiana and Raleigh (7 hours) in North Carolina.
For more information, visit Amtrak.com
Fell's Point is a historic maritime neighborhood east of Baltimore's Inner Harbor area that contains a collection of pubs, bars, and restaurants. Fells Point Travel Guide »
The Inner Harbor is the heart of Baltimore, and the standard-bearer of its industrial and maritime heritage. Inner Harbor Travel Guide »
Midtown is another great district of Baltimore filled with its own charm and attractions. Midtown Travel Guide »