One of the major ports in the east coast of the United States, with extensive facilities for cargo vessels and car carriers. It is an old city, full of character and many important historical attractions.
The old inland port located in the heart of downtown Baltimore has been renovated and converted into a large shopping and entertainment. The ports and the streets surrounding the inner harbor now have museums, restaurants, shops, entertainment venues and hotels. They are also located in this area the National Aquarium, the Maryland Science Center, The Port Discovery Children’s Museum and the World Trade Center Baltimore. The port will also find the USS Constellation (the last ship to sail completely mobilized, built by the naval forces), the lightship Chesapeake and the vessel U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Taney. All are open to the public. The Baltimore Inner Harbor is a very colorful and interesting.
The Harbor is located right in the center of the Inner Harbor basin. They have a variety of businesses, a center with many fast food options and a good variety of restaurants. You can buy a souvenir of Baltimore and sit down to feast one of the original crab cakes while enjoying the scenery of the port. You can walk along the esplanade to the Science Center or the Aquarium, or can tour the USS Constellation and the other museum ships. Water taxis depart from the pier just behind the Harbor and take it to Fells Point, Little Italy or Fort McHenry. Tickets for water taxis for a day are $ 6.