Baltimore, Maryland
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Located in the heart of the Eastern Seaboard, Baltimore is easily accessible by the public transportation and private as well. Find below the best ways to get around the city and travel to the surrounding areas.


Baltimore is served by three major airports: Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in Maryland, and Washington Dulles International Airport and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Northern Virginia.


Amtrak links Baltimore to the rest of the Washington-New York corridor, while cheap MARC trains connect Baltimore to D.C. on weekdays. Penn Station Baltimore is one of the busiest stations.


If you like to go really cheap, you may want to consider Gotobus, MVP Bus and Boltbus. Many local bus lines connect with Light Rail, Metro Subway and MARC Train service.

Public Transit

Baltimore's public transportation is provided by the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA), which operates bus and light rail service in Baltimore and to surrounding areas. For visitors, an easy, free way to get around town is the Charm City Circulator, which connects most of the major sites of tourist interest, via three free bus lines. The Baltimore Light Rail and Subway lines provide rail transportation links between downtown Baltimore and the outlying suburbs.


Cabbies in Baltimore can be as kind or jerky as cabbies anywhere else. Go for cabs with light-up tops; Yellow Cab is generally reliable.

Water Taxi

There's no better way to get around in Baltimore or to see the city than from a water taxi. Sure, the water may not be clean, but when the weather is nice there's no better means of getting around town.


Driving is a great way of getting around Baltimore, but be warned that some areas, can be a nightmare. Traffic can be awful anywhere in town, so it's always a good idea to find some other options.

Save time getting in Baltimore and save time getting around, so you can make the most of your trip.