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Located approximately 50 miles south of the Mason-Dixon line. Baltimore’s tradition of cultural diversity is what makes it such a fascinating city to visit. There are many interesting sights to see in and around the city. Car hire in Baltimore is your best bet for getting around the city freely, and as cheap as possible. Many visitors opt for this option so they can travel out into the surroundings and explore as much as they possibly can during their holiday. Don't leave it the last minute. Book today!
Take a tour of Baltimore's Inner Harbor and explore its many attractions including the National Aquarium, Maryland Science Center, Harborplace, the Power Plant, which houses several night-spots, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, U.S.S. Constellation, as well as the Pier Six Concert Pavilion.
Near to the Inner Harbor, tourists will find Baltimore's central business district, offering fantastic restaurants with the finest of cuisines. There are also numerous art galleries including the C. Grimaldis Gallery that line Charles Street, all offering a relaxing afternoon diversion.
At the north end of Charles Street you’ll find Mount Vernon, one of the city's loveliest neighbourhoods. Its most distinctive feature is a 178-foot tall monument of George Washington, which is open to the public Wednesday through Sunday and offers a great view of the city.
Baltimore-Washington International Airport is the aviation gateway to Maryland and Washington DC. With Southwest offering low fares, it is the airport of choice for passengers to and from Delaware, Virginia and Pennsylvania, including the Philadelphia area.
SuperShuttle, Airport Shuttle, MARC trains, and Light Rail regularly service the airport. There is also an Amtrak connection to the city’s main train station. Car hire suppliers operating from Baltimore-Washington International Airport arrivals include; Avis, Alamo, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, National, and Thrifty. Book online today with us and we'll compare quotes from over fifty leading suppliers to find you the cheapest available deal.
Penn Station, the city's railway station, is a mile north of the city centre. Here you can catch Amtrak trains to major cities in the US, as well as Marc trains to local destinations.
The Greyhound terminal is three blocks west of the city centre offering regular services to New York City, Washington DC, Philadelphia and many other major cities and towns.
Baltimore is a convenient city to drive to. The Interstate 95 connects the airport to the centre of the city. You can enter the city centre area easily from the west on I-70. Maryland State has an excellent road network and makes for pleasant driving.