Baltimore – the colorful, diverse metropolis that is Maryland’s largest metropolis and financial hub, is understood for its lovely harbor; quirky, wonderful neighborhoods; unique museums and the world-famend Johns Hopkins Hospital to the east and the University of Maryland Medical Center to the west.
With the rich records the town boasts however, it’s extremely good that Baltimore hasn’t been deemed certainly one of America’s finest ancient destinations.
It is home to the first cathedral in the United States – The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. It was recently restored to its early 19th century roots and welcomes thousands of visitors a year.
The Venue: Radisson Hotel Baltimore
Enjoy a hotel location steps away from Inner Harbor in Baltimore
In the heart of downtown and just a half mile from Inner Harbor, Radisson Hotel Baltimore Downtown-Inner Harbor gives you easy access to the most captivating places in Charm City.
The arts and entertainment district is packed with attractions within an easy walk of the hotel. After a fun-filled day exploring the city, you could head to the rooftop pool to soak up the sun before meeting friends or colleagues for drinks at Harbor Sports Bar and Grill, their on-site restaurant.
Renting a Car
Once you get to the Marshall International Airport, we recommend you rent a car in the airport.
BWI Marshall Airport has opened a spacious, rental car facility providing a one-stop rental car station for our customers. The facility is located at Stoney Run Road and New Ridge Road. Free shuttle service carries customers to and from the airport approximately every ten minutes. Passengers arriving on flights should take the free shuttle from the lower level terminal for a ten-minute ride to the new facility. When returning a vehicle, look for highway directional signs to the facility.
The Car Rental Facility is located at 7432 New Ridge Rd., Hanover, MD 21076.
Taking an Uber
Taking an Uber from the Baltimore International Thurgood Marshall Airport to the Radisson Hotel Baltimore Downtown-Inner Harbor will cost approximately $22.15 with UberX or $35.29 with UberXL
To download the app visit uber.com
Things to do in Baltimore
Discover Maryland Legends and Legacies
Sign up for the Legends and Legacies Heritage Pass online at Balitmore.org and celebrate the lives of Marylanders who changed the course of American history. The pass provides discounted entry to three of Baltimore’s most popular attractions honoring AfricanAmerican history and culture—The National Great Blacks in Wax Museum, the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture and the Frederick Douglass Isaac Myers Maritime Park Museum in addition to other deals.
Hit the Inner Harbor
Considered the heart of Baltimore, the Inner Harbor is home to the shops and boutiques of Harborplace, Fells Point and Harbor East, amazing restaurants, and renowned attractions like the National Aquarium, The American Visionary Art Museum, The Maryland Science Center, Ripley’s Believe It or Not and The Baltimore Museum of Industry. Explore the area by water taxi or walk the 7-mile brick Waterfront Promenade that connects all the action.
Party Like a Pirate at Fells Point’s Privateer Festival
The British Navy called Baltimore a “Nest of Pirates,” and the Fells Point neighborhood still likes to let its pirate flag fly. The Maritime Heritage Festival in Fell’s Point has slides for kids, a grog tent for grownups, and a nautical pet costume contest for everyone. Throughout the year, set sail with Urban Pirates Family and Adult Cruises for a swashbuckling harbor adventure.
Catch an O’s Game at Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Whatever the time of year, Maryland sports fans show up to support their ball-playing birds in and around Baltimore. In the fall and winter, the M&T Bank Stadium parking lot packs with tailgate parties for Ravens games, while in the spring and summer, Camden Yards fills with friends and families for a quintessential evening with hot dogs, peanuts and cold beers as the Orioles rule the roost. The stadium offers family-friendly experiences. Throughout the summer, kids can run the bases, play catch on the field, watch fireworks displays and even meet members of each team—some of whom might one day become Os.
This information has been provided by the Maryland Office of Tourism