Baltimore offers a wide variety of hotels. Many are located in the heart of downtown in the Inner Harbor including Days Inn, Harbor Court Hotel, Holiday Inn, Marriott, and the Hyatt. The majority of Baltimore’s most popular attractions are in or within walking distance of the Inner Harbor. Also a plethora of shops and restaurants are also located in the Inner Harbor so if you’re staying in a nearby hotel you don’t have to worry about finding transportation for a day of shopping or an evening of dining out. If you decide to sight-see elsewhere, you can always find a taxi, hop on the Lightrail,Read More →

The close proximity of Baltimore’s many attractions allow visitors the option of touring the city on foot instead of renting a car. However the quaint surrounding towns and the lure of outlet shopping may leave travelers desiring to a day or two driving around the county. Also if your time is limited, you may want to have a car to enable you to make the most of your short visit. Many Car Rental Companies have local offices in Baltimore. Of special note is the new car rental facility at BWI Airport that allows for one-stop rental or shopping. A free 10-minute shuttle ride transports travelersRead More →

The Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI) is located approximately ten miles south of Baltimore and is the primary airport for the city. Over 54,000 passengers go through the gates per day on 55 airlines (includes commuter, charter, and cargo). Even with the high volume of travelers, the spacious 1.4 million square feet of passenger area is easy to get around in. Signs are posted to direct you to your next gate or to claim your baggage and airline and BWI employees are always available to offer their assistance. You can almost always find a great deal on Baltimore Flights since so many airlines fly into BWI.Read More →

Hostels, normally family owned and operated non-hotel budget accommodations, are commonly found in Europe. While America isn’t known for its hostels, travelers to Baltimore can still find a variety of lodging options that don’t include the high-rise hotels and will fit a frugal traveler’s budget. Many of these are bed and breakfasts and are found in the quieter, historical neighborhoods that surround the bustling downtown area and offer home-cooked breakfasts and snacks. Each Baltimore Bed and Breakfast offers a variety of accommodations. Many have working fireplaces, sitting areas, writing tables, balconies, and private baths in each room. However, depending on the construction of the house,Read More →