Rich history, culture, architecture, and a sense of community all converge in “Charm City.” Baltimore’s neighborhoods are as varied as its people. From communities like Little Italy and Greektown, which hold strong roots to their residents’ heritages to the beautiful, large historic homes in upscale Roland Park or the blocks and blocks of brick row homes with white marble steps (some dating back to the 18th Century) in South Baltimore, the city is eclectic and energetic. In the downtown area, just a few blocks from Oriole Park at Camden Yards and M&T Bank Stadium is Baltimore’s Inner Harbor with scenic waterfront views, multiple shops, restaurants. The Harbor’s other tourist attractions include the National Aquarium, the Maryland Science Center, Port Discovery Children’s Museum, historic ships, pavilions, and music venues.

Popular community choices include: Federal Hill, Fells Point/Canton, Guilford, Homeland, Loch Raven, Mount Vernon, Mount Washington, Riverside, Roland Park, and Wyman Park.