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Baltimore is like an American Venice. Set on the waterfront with plenty of aquatic fun, cultural sites and great places to relax and dine, a holiday to Baltimore sounds just what you need. Most of Baltimore centres around the gorgeous Inner Harbour. Here you’ll find the magnificent historic ships, fine restaurants, the city’s Aquarium and science museum, plus all sorts of shops, bars and cafes. If you love being by the water, this is the spot to visit! While you’re sightseeing around Baltimore, make like the locals and take the famous water taxi to get around. There are dozens of stops all around the city so you can avoid the bustle of bicycles, pedestrians and cars and glide across the waves to get to your destination.

But first, Inner Harbour is where you’ll find Baltimore’s National Aquarium. Amongst the gallons of sea creatures, you can see jellyfish, touch stingrays or even catch a popular dolphin show. Back on dry land, The Walters Art Museum is home to a mix of fascinating art pieces including a rare Raphael painting, medieval armour, creepy taxidermy, Egyptian mummies and much much more. If that doesn’t satisfy your quirky side, check out the weird and wonderful American Visionary Art Museum where creativity has no limits. If you’re in the mood for a slice of history, check out the Fort McHenry National Monument. This historic site and its little museum tells a wonderful story of this centuries old fortress. Make sure to climb to the top of the fort to see an incredible panoramic view from the walls.

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At this point, you might want to mix it up a bit, so combine history with a great helping of fun and book a trip on the old fashioned steam train at the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum. After your ride, check out the great collection of trains, engines, and other rail mementos from a number of different times in Baltimore’s important railroad era. No American city is complete without a ballpark, and Baltimore doesn’t disappoint. Oriole Park at Camden Yards is a Major League Baseball ballpark located in central

Baltimore and home to the Baltimore Orioles. The park was constructed during the late 90s as one of the first "retro" major league ballparks and is one of America’s favourites – all the more reason for you to go watch a game? You can’t go wrong with a holiday to Baltimore – that’s why it’s one of the Americans’ favourite destinations. So take to the waters of lovely Baltimore this year for a relaxing holiday somewhere a little different.

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10 facts about Baltimore


Baltimore is home to the Navy’s last sailing warship, the USS Constellation built in 1854. Inner Harbour is home to many historic ships like it.


The state of Maryland is famous for its fantastic seafood, in particular the crab. You’ll find crab cakes more popular than standard burgers or hotdogs here.


The American Railroad was started in Baltimore and the city’s railroad museum has the most comprehensive collection of rail artefacts in the Western Hemisphere.


Despite the city’s love of baseball, the state sport is actually jousting and the state team sport is lacrosse, America’s oldest sport.


The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary is the first cathedral to be built in the United States.


The Baltimore Museum of Art is home to the world’s biggest collection of Matisse paintings. The museum is free to enter.


Fort McHenry successfully defended Baltimore’s Inner Harbour from attack in 1812, and is the birthplace of the American National anthem.


The National Great Blacks in Wax Museum was America’s first African American wax history museum.


Back in the days of America’s first settlers, Fell’s Point was the second biggest place of landing and immigration after Ellis Island.


The baseball hero, Babe Ruth was born in Baltimore. Today you’ll find his memory at the Babe Ruth Museum as well as the famous Oriole Park at Camden Yards.