The moment you enter the Holiday Inn - Inner Harbor until you return home, you will experience all the "charms" that give Baltimore its "charm city" nickname. The hotel is conveniently located only three blocks from the Baltimore...more
Situated 10 miles from the Baltimore Washington International Airport with an easy access to I-95, I-83, and I-395, the Hilton Garden Inn Baltimore Inner Harbor Maryland Hotel is 50 miles from the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and 65 miles from Washington DC Dulles....more
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The city of Baltimore is located in the State of Maryland and impressively ranks as the largest port of all the States in the mid-Atlantic today. Named after Irelands Lord Baltimore, who founded it in 1729, it holds great historic significance as the home where Francis Scott Key penned "The Star Spangled Banner" while looking out over the water. The Baltimore Waterfront originally started its successful operation during the early 1700's as an established port for tobacco. By the 1800's a major granary on the harbor produced an overwhelming business boom with the food industry. In addition to its thriving trade industry, the port served as the second largest area for the arrival of immigrants into the United States, second to Ellis Island. Another of Baltimore's artistic claim to fame is the impressive burial place of the world famous poet Edgar Allan Poe.
Today, the Baltimore Waterfront is an important focal point, generating income for many. It is a well-established thriving community enjoying a successful business in the tourist industry and is one of Baltimore's most significant economic resources. Now considered a major tourist destination known the world over, it is the home to many cultural, unique and fine-eating establishments found at Harborplace. The Harborplace is located on the water and is a collection of fine eating establishments providing visitors a selection of superior cuisine in one convenient location.
Baltimore currently consists of over 11.26 miles of water and is world-renowned for its scenic natural beauty. The Baltimore Waterfront is an exciting community and is phenomenal for providing visitors and local residents many wonderful outdoor activities.
Regularly scheduled regatta races are an exciting spectator sport as well as team swimming competitions. Sailing enthusiasts flock to the Baltimore Waterfront not only for it being the home of an accredited United States sailing facility, also for the amazing water vessels on the golden harbor. On any given day or evening observers are treated to thrilling sailboat races operated by seasoned crews as well as stirring buoy team racing. The majestic Waterfront is a premiere sightseeing location as its waters fill with awesome 65-foot sailboats to paddle boats and kayaks. The entire enchanting scene is a delight to behold.
Tourists and locals enjoy a vibrant and exhilarating nightlife and the Waterfront's atmosphere is unique and like no other. Music styles for every genre bring the rhythm to the water's edge. From Country Music, Jazz, R & B to Folk Music, you will find it all at the Baltimore Waterfront.
Included in the unique atmosphere are the many spontaneous street performances, which make the area special for all ages. Stilt walkers in colorful costumes tower 30 feet in the air as jugglers perform amazing balancing acts. Clowns bring the humor and joy to the entire amusing scene as magicians show the artistry of slight-of-hand. Baltimore's Waterfront performances attract many to its waterline.
The Baltimore Waterfront is a living, breathing, scenic post card attracting artists from afar and wide to capture its natural beauty and amusing atmosphere. Visitors to this spectacular location will enjoy all it has to offer from beginning to end.