Thursday, April 07, 2016


Watching the 2008 Olympic Games and see Michael Phelps take gold record 8, probably made you think big city was lucky to have such amazing sports hero! Well, the answer to your thoughts is Baltimore, hence its nickname "The Bullet Baltimore."

The independent city of Baltimore is the largest city in the US state of Maryland. This vibrant city, situated in an idyllic port, is constantly growing and expanding, with new attractions and activities emerging all the time. Built in the tradition and civic pride, Baltimore retains its maritime heritage, manifested through the historic buildings that line the streets of the city.

Baltimore is a very large city, so the best way to explore it is with a rental car. To start, here are some ideas of the best places to go:

1. Inner Harbor

Known as the "crown jewel" of Baltimore, quaint seaside and the Inner Harbor is a must hot spot in the region. Home to dozens of retail shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and attractions, you are sure to have fun from the time you get here. Street performers will also help, with one in each corner.

Get in the port of a rowing boat cruise or boat and discover the cultural atmosphere and the festival in a new and different perspective. Fun and festive atmosphere in the flat area and get in the spirit of fun and celebration in no time!

2. National Aquarium in Baltimore

For your ultimate diving experience, a trip to the National Aquarium in Baltimore is in order. There are a lot of parking spaces, but you can easily find a space to park your rental car, just down the road at one of the garages downtown. Start by exploring the sample of marine life in local waters and gradually make their way to the sea monsters, sharks, rays and other large creatures.

Besides the exquisite marine animals, you should also take the time to discover the other rooms as the Aquarium is proud. Embark on the adventure of a lifetime in the Theater Immersion new 4-D, the most unique Australian experience "Animal Planet Australia" and take some time to see the beautiful and intelligent dolphins to play.

3. Fell Item

The historic waterfront community of Point Fell is a long-time favorite for young and old. This Baltimore area rich in heritage houses a unique collection of shops and boutiques, offering an abundance of antiques and memorabilia.

Attractions and activities that fell benefits are almost endless. Be brave and do a ghost tour or visit the maritime museum to gain a better understanding of the history of the city. Fell Point is the place to discover the past days of the beautiful city of Baltimore.

4. Fort McHenry

Fort McHenry is a point of historical interest, most famously known for his role in "Baltimore Battle". This unbreakable strong appearance was built by the French, Jean Foncin and was later named after James McHenry. This fort defended the port of Baltimore in time of war and arrested a British advance in the city.

 
5. Walk the Baltimore Heritage

Discover four centuries of American history and take the Baltimore Heritage Walk. This walk 5 km connects 20 historic sites and museums. It covers four areas of Baltimore, including the Inner Harbor, Little Italy, Historic Jonestown and the city center. Strong Tower should USS Constellation Museum, World Trade Center and the Museum of the Civil War. You can choose to take a guided tour or self-guided walk.

Make sure you find a good parking and your time limit is not limited. Baltimore City is the culmination of Maryland.