If you’re visiting Baltimore and are excited to spend some time in the city, you’re in for no shortage of excitement. With endless sights, sounds and experiences, it can be hard to get away from the action, but for those who are looking for things to do in and around the city for a night or a day, here are a few suggestions of things to do in Baltimore:
Perhaps one of the best outdoor tourist destinations in Baltimore is the beautifully restored Inner Harbor. The area is flanked by the city’s downtown and offers beautiful views of the water, as well as museums, boat trips and plenty of fine dining.
Neighboring Camden Yards and Little Italy also make this an attractive starting off point for a fun-filled day of activities. You could also take a short water taxi to Fells Point if the weather’s right.
A great time to visit Baltimore is during baseball season since the Baltimore Orioles have always been — and probably always will be — one of the hottest tickets in town. Camden Yards is a beautiful place to catch a game and should be on the bucket list for any diehard baseball fan. Plus, nothing compares to Baltimore sports fans.
Completed in 1992 and widely regarded as one of the most contemporary ballparks in the country, the stadium also offers behind-the-scenes tours for fans who are interested in learning about the inner workings of one of America’s best baseball stadiums. ZBest Worldwide is the perfect transportation on game day. Our professional chauffeurs and GPS vehicle tracking make us a homerun for travel.
For kids, the National Aquarium is a great place to marvel at marine and aquatic wildlife. From scary sharks to slippery squids, the National Aquarium has it all. Plus, there are plenty of hands-on, educational exhibits and workshops for those interested in learning more about what goes on under the sea. Who are we kidding — even adults will enjoy it here! The National Aquarium is one of the most popular things to do in Baltimore.
Fell’s Point is a historic neighborhood located along Baltimore Harbor and packed with shops, diners, restaurants and even a marketplace of. Wander the restored cobblestone streets for a bit of history, or dine in a restaurant overlooking the water. Fell’s Point also has a great selection of watering holes if you’re looking for a late-night bar crawling spot. And if you need to plan a ride home after a night on the town, contact one of the live Customer Service Representatives at ZBest Worldwide to get a free quote and book your trip today.
The home of the Baltimore Ravens is a mecca to football fanatics. With luxury skyboxes, VIP ticketing and plenty of pre-game events, the stadium is a hotbed of activity during football season. Make sure and get your tickets early, and book a ride with ZBest Worldwide so you don’t have to deal with dreadful stadium traffic.
Little Italy is located adjacent to the Inner Harbor, so it makes perfect sense to check out these two together. Throughout the year, Little Italy has plenty of great activities, including festivals, parades, fairs and outdoor bocce tournaments. And of course, there’s plenty of delicious Italian food, too!
Clearly, if you’re planning a visit to the Charm City and are looking to get out and about, there are plenty of things to do in Baltimore. Make sure to request a free quote and book a limo with ZBest Worldwide to take you there. With over 2 decades of transportation experience in the Baltimore area, we’ll make sure you enjoy the ride.
*Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in February 2015 and has since been updated to reflect the most accurate information.
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