For anyone who has any interest is beautiful landscapes and stunning views, Baltimore’s Inner Harbor must be seen. If you want a sneak preview of the seaport that was founded in the 1700s ahead of time, it won’t be difficult to find since it has been photographed a million times and then some.
Although it has been around for more than two centuries, it was only in the 1970s that the area peaked as a cultural center. The Inner Harbor is actually a great place to visit for both tourists and locals who want to get away from it all for a bit since it is famous for its varied dining and street performances.
Visit the Inner Harbor during the day and take in the skyline and waterfront, or go later on in the night and party until dawn with the exciting nightlife it has to offer. Choose one of the luxurious Inner Harbor hotels so that you don’t have to miss a thing and enjoy the Harbor 24/7. For shopaholics, party goers, museum buffs or history lovers, this is the place to go. For kids there is the Port Discovery Children’s Museum; and older folk might enjoy the USS Constellation, USS Torsk (WWII vintage submarine); World Trade Center of Baltimore and more.