Baltimore is relatively easy to get around if you're primarily interested in the Inner Harbor area. The Harbor itself is very walkable once you are there. Within a fairly compact area, there are tons of restaurants, shops and boutiques, a science museum and world-class aquarium. And if you want to go further than the Inner Harbor proper, Baltimore features the Water Taxis, a system of little blue and white boats that run on set routes to sites such as Fells Point and Fort McHenry. The Water Taxis are a unique feature of Baltimore and a fun way to see the city from the water. You can obtain information and a map and hotels and at the pick-up point at the Inner Harbor. For adults, you can ride the Water Taxi all day for $8. You can also buy an annual pass for $80 for unlimited rides. Some people use the taxis to commute to work. Baltimore also has other tourist-friendly and fun transportation options, including the Charm City Circulator, a free bus service that connects points north (Penn Station/Mt. Vernon) and south (Federal Hill) and west (B&O Railroad Museum) and east (Harbor East/Little Italy) through the heart of the City. Hansom cabs (horse and buggy) can be found, as can Segway tours. Finally, for the less adventerous (or if you just want a lift from the train station or to the airport) cabs are plentiful and the fares reasonable.

If you do plan on driving, parking can be difficult in and around the city, especially the downtown. Parking Panda allows drivers from and visiting Baltimore to reserve parking in advance, online or through a iOS and Android mobile application. All you need to do is enter where you are going on the site/app, and you can purchase daily, event, and monthly parking for just about any location you search for throughout the city. Parking Panda also partners with the Baltimore professional sports teams so fans can reserve in advance of games.