Baltimore is known as a city of neighborhoods – more than 200 of them, all with a unique history and feel. Great places to eat, shop, play are ready to be discovered along with the architecture that reflects the character of each neighborhood.
It would be impossible to experience each all of the neighborhoods that Baltimore has to offer on a single visit, so we have put together the “not to miss” list for you. From the history of Fells Point, to the aromas of Little Italy, to the shopping in Harbor East, to the arts in Mount Vernon, to the attractions on the Inner Harbor.
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Fell's Point is an historic waterfront community just one mile east and a 15-minute walk, 10-minute water taxi ride, or 5-minute cab ride from Baltimore's Inner Harbor. Established during the colonial era, Fell's Point is a neighborhood rich in history, attractions and colorful people.
This charming, cozy neighborhood located in the heart of downtown Baltimore is an important cultural and ethnic icon for thecity. Nestled between the Inner Harbor and historic Fells Point, thousands of people annually visit Little Italy to dine at its restaurants, watch outdoor movies, play bocce, and attend Italian festivals, stroll through the narrow streets to experience a bit of the amore and ambience of the old country - Italia.
Harbor East is the new and evolving Baltimore neighborhood that is redefining city life and expanding the notion of the urban experience.
Situated on a spectacular stretch of waterfront just east of the Inner Harbor and just west of historic Fell’s Point, Harbor East is a place where residents, retailers, businesses and visitors collide, creating a vibrant and bustling epicenter.
From family-friendly museums and restaurants to satisfy every palate, to exciting nightlife, cultural experiences and spectacular people-watching, Baltimore’s Inner Harbor offers more to see and do than you can imagine.
While Mount Vernon possesses some of Baltimore's most recognizable landmarks, it is also a charming and diverse neighborhood in which to reside, work as well as visit. Leisurely walk the streets of our neighborhood, stroll in the parks, discover the art collections of the Walter's Museum, dine at some of Baltimore's swankiest restaurants, and enjoy an evening at the symphony, opera or the theater.
Federal Hill is an attraction in its own right. The corridor between Charles and Light streets house some of the most popular restaurants in Baltimore. Bars, nightclubs, art galleries, boutique shops, hair salons, and other businesses concentrate in this area alongside of the restaurants. Federal Hill also holds some very popular annual festivals where live music, great food, beer gardens, and vendors fill the streets with people from all over the city.