Set sail from the Charm City’s historic harbor on cruises from Baltimore, Maryland. Many of Baltimore’s vibrant neighborhoods and most important sights — including the original Star-Spangled Banner waving over Fort McHenry — can be found near the lively seaport, making it a snap to get a taste of the city. A collection of museums, markets, and maritime activities — like a thriving centuries-old marketplace — will start your Carnival cruise from Baltimore in style. Then, once you’re aboard, your ship will open the door to a host of new adventures. With… Read More
- Stroll among the buzzing shops and maritime sites of the Inner Harbor.
- Cheer for the hometown Baltimore Orioles during the summer baseball season.
- Catch an artillery demonstration at the Revolutionary War-era Fort McHenry.
- Snack on sweet treats at an old-world cafe in Little Italy.
Things to Do
Baltimore, Maryland Harbor
South Locuse Point Cruise Terminal
2001 East McComas Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
Parking: Is approximately $15.00 per day (subject to change) and is payable upon entering the facility in the form of cash, Travelers Checks, Visa, Master Card or American Express.
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Holiday Inn Express Baltimore- Downtown
Featuring spacious guestrooms furnished with flat-screen TVs and free wireless internet access, this downtown Baltimore hotel provides easy access to area attractions, including the scenic Inner…
Candlewood Suites Baltimore – Inner Harbor
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Brookshire Suites Inner Harbor, BW Premier Collection
This modern and contemporary hotel is centrally located in the heart of Baltimore, just 328 feet from the Inner Harbor. Facilities include WiFi access.