Overview Baltimore

Visiting Baltimore

Baltimore is home to a host of family-friendly entertainment, and the best crabs in the United States, served up hot and crusted in Old Bay at its many harborside restaurants.

Catch a game - or a foul - at the Orioles Camden Park, then stroll over to the tourist-friendly mecca known as the Inner Harbor, home to the wildly popular National Aquarium Baltimore, the Maryland Science Center, and the U.S.S. Constellation, not to mention the shopping and dining options housed inHarborside and the Gallery. Historic ... Read More
Baltimore is home to a host of family-friendly entertainment, and the best crabs in the United States, served up hot and crusted in Old Bay at its many harborside restaurants.

Catch a game - or a foul - at the Orioles Camden Park, then stroll over to the tourist-friendly mecca known as the Inner Harbor, home to the wildly popular National Aquarium Baltimore, the Maryland Science Center, and the U.S.S. Constellation, not to mention the shopping and dining options housed inHarborside and the Gallery. Historic Fell’s Point boasts fantastic shopping and unbelievable nightlife, with the highest concentration of bars and pubs in the entire city.

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Stories and Tips Baltimore

The Philly Connection

Written by jemery on 04 Jul, 2001

Wanna know a cheaper way to get from the West or Midwest to Philadelphia or Washington? Here’s what I do: * Buy a cheap Southwest Airlines ticket to Baltimore-Washington International Airport. * For another $1.35, take a light rail train to the Pratt St. (Convention…Read More


Two Hotel Ideas

Written by jemery on 30 Jun, 2001

My last two visits to Baltimore have been stopovers for dinner while en route to somewhere else. My most recent hotel stay there was in 1998, not recent enough to justify a full-fledged review. Here, however, are brief recollections of properties I’ve used in the…Read More


My Homegrown Restaurant Rating System

Written by annekmadison on 15 Jul, 2001

It would be very pretentious of me to pretend to be a restaurant critic. I’m just a person who likes crabs. It would also be pretentious of me to pretend to be a native. I’ve only lived here for 25 years.…Read More


Taste Your Way Through Baltimore's Little Italy

Written by Eve Carr on 25 Mar, 2001

Little Italy, (or, as you might hear in Baltimore, "L’il It-ly"), just a few blocks east on Pratt Street from the Inner Harbor, is one of Baltimore’s most famous ethnic neighborhoods. It is a natural way to start your behind-the-scenes tour of Baltimore. Here, away from…Read More


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Most Beautiful Place for Holidyas

Written by petterbroklin on 10 Oct, 2008

BALTIMORE city located in MARYLAND with nearest Washington D.C. Baltimore is the most visited tourist spot in USA. You can visit that city in every early month. All time you can get more adventure and entertainment and fun. I was surprise when my friend booked…Read More


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The Chinatown Bus

Written by ripplefan2 on 17 Jul, 2007

This is a secret that I have been using for the last 5 years or so, and I feel that it is time to let the cat out of the bag. With climbing gas prices, decreased gas mileage, increased toll prices and high concentrations of…Read More


On the Road with the Red Sox

Written by iadler on 28 Jul, 2006

Three New Englanders headed off to beautiful Camden Yards to see a Red Sox away game. Many very cool things to do in Baltimore—aquarium, paddle boats, little malls, duck tours. And then of course, Camden Yards. The baseball field, like the rest of Baltimore,…Read More


Inner Harbor Activities

Written by Travel Seeker on 17 Apr, 2004

One of us managed to catch our shoe on one of the beautiful cobblestone streets in Fells Point, which unfortunately caused a torn sole. That required us to find a new pair of shoes immediately and the only place we could find anything under $100…Read More


National Aquarium in Baltimore

Written by EPearl on 18 Oct, 2002

Anyone visiting this fair city has to make sure they save at least a portion of one day for this wonderful aquarium. It is multi-leveled and includes many areas of interest, from sting rays and sharks, freshwater pond life, rain forests, the ocean, and…Read More


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B-E-A-UTIFUL

Written by Sandieq on 01 Oct, 2005

We headed into the Inner Harbor to see the tall ships that had come down to celebrate the USS Constellation's birthday. Anyway, the kids were all wound up with anticipation as we boated our way into the Chesapeake Bay. The perfect day was about to unfold,…Read More


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