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Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)
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After landing in Baltimore, your first stop might be one of the city's famed seafood restaurants. Here you'll find some of the best blue crab dishes anywhere. From crab cakes and soufflés to soft-shell crab sandwiches, the choices featuring the official Maryland state crustacean are sure to wet your whistle. If crab is not your thing, you can also find rockfish, scallops and oysters in other Chesapeake Bay cuisine. Whatever you choose will set the stage for a sensory visit to the city.
Once you've satisfied your appetite, a wide variety of activities await you. You might head to Baltimore's Inner Harbor, one of the most photographed parts of the city. History buffs should note that the harbour has been one of the major seaports in the U.S. since the 1700s and in the last few decades has become the cultural centre of Baltimore. You could easily keep yourself entertained for a day or more with the many harbour side options. Visit the observation level of the World Trade Center for panoramic views of the city's skyline or go down to sea level for a harbour cruise. Wander past street performers or get back to stimulating your senses with a visit to the Maryland Science Center.
Since you're by the water, maybe you want to spend some time in The National Aquarium. Featuring everything from sharks, rays and tropical fish to a walk-through rain forest and a live dolphin show, the aquarium offers a great experience in this seaside city.
If you're more of an art lover, Baltimore is not short on museums either. The Baltimore Museum of Art is home to a renowned collection of 19th-century, modern and contemporary art. Peek into history at the Walters Art Museum, where you'll find 55 centuries of art from around the world. Or take your kids to Port Discovery Children's Museum, which was ranked among the top five children's museums in the U.S. by Child Magazine.
Sports fans could easily ditch all of the above and spend a whole visit cheering on the local sports teams. Baltimore is home to professional baseball, football and soccer teams, and college sports teams in the area will win your allegiance as well. With names like the Maryland Terps and the Goucher Gophers, how could they not?
This guide to Baltimore could go on and on, but the short version is this: Go. You'll have fun!
To plan your action-packed trip, check out the official Baltimore tourism site at Baltimore.org.
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