The city is home to many rich, diverse and distinct neighborhoods.  Each of them has its own history, character and something different for visitors to enjoy.  One of the most popular among tourists is Fell's Point, a waterfront community rich in history.  Fell's Point is home to many of the city's entertainment venues, several restaurants and pubs, and has a colorful bohemian population. 

Inner Harbor: This is the city's original trade port which was refurbished in the 1980's. The Inner Harbor today is known nationally for its success in rejuvinating a once thriving area. The Inner Harbor is home to shops, museums, restaurants, and hotels. Attractions at the Inner Harbor include the Maryland Science Center, the National Aquarium, USS Constellation Museum, The Baltimore Convention Center, M&T Bank Stadium, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, World Trade Center Baltimore and the Baltimore Maritime Museum. For shopping and nighlife there is the Gallery at Harbor Place, the Light Street Pavillion, the Pratt Street Pavillion and Power Plant Live which is a collections of restaurants, bars, clubs,  and a Barnes & Noble all in a renovated historic factory. The Inner Harbor is surrounded by numerous hotels including the Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards, Marriott Baltimore Waterfront, Renaissance Harborplace Hotel, Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel, Brookshire Inn & Suites, Hyatt Regency Baltimore, Pier 5 Hotel, Intercontinental Harbor Court Baltimore, Days Inn Inner Harbor and the Holiday Inn Baltimore Inner Harbor. There are also several very good Bed & Breakfasts and Inns in the city itself as well as the surrounding suburbs.  

For those looking for accomodations (for business or pleasure) that only serve to add to the experience of authentic Baltimore, visit the Baltimore B&B/Inns section of TripAdvisor, which can soimetimes be harder to find, but worth the look! Many ot the reviews there can tell you how you will be taken care of, guided to the best of the best by a local, and served some amazing breakfasts.You can also find listings on B&B websites that can clue you in on great locally operated dining, festivals, and more.

Here is a list of the neighborhoods in Baltimore - you can get more info about each one by visiting the Baltimore website:

  • Inner Harbor
  • Mount Vernon
  • Little Italy
  • Fell's Point
  • Federal Hill
  • Canton
  • Harbor East
  • The Westside
  • Hampden
  • Beyond Downtown