Baltimore, known to many as, “Charm City,” is home to more than 620,000 residents. As a big city with a small town vibe, Baltimore is known for its beautiful Inner Harbor, quirky neighborhoods, wide array of museums and two major league sports teams: the Ravens and the Orioles. Though Baltimore isn’t often thought of as one America’s greatest historical destinations, it’s been called home by many notable Americans, including: Edgar Allen Poe, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday and Babe Ruth. Baltimore also houses two major medical campuses, Johns Hopkins and the University of Maryland Medical Center, as well as undergraduate campuses for 12 two-year and four-year universities. As one of Maryland’s largest cities, Baltimore has also had an opportunity to house some major headquarters; such as Under Armour, Royal Farms, T. Rowe Price and Legg Mason.
Sometimes referred to as a, “City of Neighborhoods,” Baltimore thrives on providing unique experiences within each section of the city. From exploring underwater life at the National Aquarium or walking the cobblestone streets of Fells Point, Baltimore residents are sure to have endless, enjoyable experiences year round.