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Charm City Circulator

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Spirit of Baltimore Dinner Cruise with Buffet

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Cast off in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor on this 3-hour luxury dinner cruise. Pass popular attractions including the Maryland Science Center, Pride Mast Memorial and the Francis Scott Key Bridge, while you dine on a gourmet buffet prepared with seasonal offerings. Admire Baltimore’s illuminated skyline as you are entertained by the ship's crew and a DJ spinning top hits. This dinner cruise makes an excellent prelude to a night on the town.
$100.95 per adult
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LocalLou wrote a review Jan 2020
Baltimore, Maryland1 contribution
I’m a “local” (live just outside the city) and used the Circulator recently for the first time in a long time (to avoid paying for parking downtown). On the first trip, I didn’t have to wait especially long (probably the 10-15-minute window, as promised). It was a little confusing, because the circulator now uses generic black “shuttle”-type buses, not at all what you’d expect to see in a bus. The actual bus is pretty upscale, though, with cushy seats (kinda like an airport shuttle). On my trip back, I definitely waited longer than 15 minutes - probably closer to 25 - and this was right in front of the aquarium, on Pratt Street. The shuttle this time was packed, and the guy sitting next to me was slightly sketchy (kept talking to me, keeping a pipe in his mouth). But overall, I got in and out of downtown for FREE, so the Circulator still seems like a great option. Yes, there were a fair amount of sketchy/trashy-type people on the bus. But that’s not the bus’s fault; that’s just Baltimore, unfortunately. The Circulator doesn’t go to any *super*-dangerous areas, so I still felt comfortable taking it, overall...
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Date of experience: January 2020
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janetjoy337 wrote a review Oct 2019
Rocky Mount, North Carolina16 contributions5 helpful votes
I was hesitant to use this service but so glad I did. It is free! Downloaded the app to determine the stop closest to my hotel and to know the time it would be at each stop. and The times in the app were very accurate. The day I rode, the bus was not crowded and the driver was nice.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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John W wrote a review Oct 2019
Hamilton, Bermuda63 contributions45 helpful votes
Did not experience the other routes, which seem to get reasonable reviews, but the Green Line was not great! Don’t believe the ‘10-15 minutes’ scheduling - we waited 30+ mins for the 2 times we used it. You’d better know the route pretty well, & where you want to get off, because there are no signs or announcements. It seems to be mostly used by locals who are ‘down on their luck’. Very few tourists used it when we did. It’s a free service (the big Plus). We felt uncomfortable on both the trips we took. On the first we were racially abused by 1 ‘customer’. On the 2nd there was another who spent most of the trip harassing a female local. I could not in all consciousness recommend this form of transport to other visitors, although as I say our experience was strictly the Green route. I shared my thoughts via the CCC’s website Survey, but have not received any feedback.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Marcus P wrote a review Jun 2019
Stockholm, Sweden735 contributions216 helpful votes
How could you not give five star to a city that is promoting free busrides to everyone who wants to go along? Convenient and reliable, just hop on and explore the city
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Date of experience: June 2019
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SuperSteelers wrote a review Nov 2018
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania422 contributions113 helpful votes
My husband and I used the Purple Line. Our Mt.Vernon stop we were staying at the Hotel Revival and used it to the Inner Harbor. There are no announced stops - use your phone to track your travels to know when to get off. It is a free bus. The unique passengers will not bother you but be prepared to be hit up for money as soon as you get off at the bus stops. We found it mostly up at the Mt. Vernon area. Everyone has a story . . . The buses were clean and comfortable.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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