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One of America's oldest seaports dating from the 1600s is today an important landmark and popular tourist destination. Park your car and follow the brick promenade through this bustling complex of eateries, stores, museums, entertainment and...more
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This area is always lively and it's always nice to come see the ships whether it's day or night. There are shopping opportunities on the waterfront or just behind on Pratt Street, including The Gallery which backs onto the Ramada Renaissance.
Lots of chain restaurants and stores, but if you are certain to visit the Welcome Center and enjoy it for what it is, it's def worth the visit. Our hotel (Springhill Suites by Marriott) was only 2 blocks way, and VERY convenient. Note: Water Taxis...More
Had time for a quick walk around the inner harbor and stopped for a beer. They have some cool things to see, old subs, sailing ships, great walking area, lots of folks outside, quite a few joggers, seems very safe. The area is full of...More
The setting is very nice, however it is filled with chain restaurants and stores. The same chain restaurants and stores I could go to at home or, frankly, anywhere else in America. In other words, BORING! This seems like an ideal location for a nice...More
My first visit to the Inner Harbour of Baltimore was way back in 1965. It was a rundown, dirty, poor, decrepit old industrial area which offered no reason whatsoever for being there, More than a half century later, it is a sparkling, alive, beautiful, fun,...More
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There’s isn’t anything to recommend IN the harbor, but adjacent is a place called Kislings that is known for their wings. It has a great bar atmosphere, the food is decently priced and service was always good. There’s also... More
There’s isn’t anything to recommend IN the harbor, but adjacent is a place called Kislings that is known for their wings. It has a great bar atmosphere, the food is decently priced and service was always good. There’s also this Greek seafood spot called Black Olive that’s more upscale.