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Baltimore, Maryland

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Baltimore Travel Guide

Introduction

Baltimore is singularly the most unpretentious American big city there is – what you see is what you get. And what you get is a healthy dose of all-American blue-collar grit, along with Catholic churches, commercial brick buildings, chicken wings, steamed Chesapeake blue crabs, Baltimore brews, Baltimore Orioles, revitalized neighborhoods, a slice of unembellished history, and a bold, distinctive skyline silhouetted with towers, steeples, domes, tall chimneys, monuments, and giant, modern architectural statements to dwarf the entire ensemble. There are decommissioned submarines and warships in the harbor, unique museums to browse in, well-stocked antique shops to discover, and old-fashioned pubs with an endless array of beers on tap. It's important, though, that one like sports, history, hearty food, wholesome tunes, John Waters' Hairspray, the Star-Spangled Banner and Edgar Allan Poe. Ultimately, utilitarian underpinnings it may have, but here is a surprisingly vibrant and unapologetic call-em-as-you-see-em city, the self-styled "Greatest City in America" – with no dearth of unexpected charm!

Location

How to Get There

Sightseeing

Main Neighborhoods

  • Downtown Baltimore -

  • Camden Yards -

  • Mount Vernon -

  • Fells Point -

  • Inner Harbor -

How to Get Around

Where to Party

Where to Eat

Where to Stay

Know Before You Go

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  • Currency: (US$1 ~ )
  • Electricity: 220-240V - 50Hz
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