Getting Around Baltimore

Baltimore’s areas of tourist interest can easily be seen on foot, and tours of the city are quite popular and easily available. The public transportation system, which includes the Metro, Light Rail and buses, will take you to other attractions and surrounding areas. Some visitors choose to hire a car in order to explore the scenic countryside and coastal areas within easy reach of Baltimore.

The Metro Subway system operates over 15 miles and 14 stations from the Owings Mills corporate and shopping complex located in Baltimore County, through the city center and on to the world-renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital. Tickets are to be purchased in advance at vending machines, found at all stations. The Metro operates daily, closing at midnight.ft-mchenry

The MTA operates a Light Rail system in the city, which runs from Hunt Valley Town Centre in Baltimore County to Cromwell in Anne Arundel County, with stops at Penn Station and BWI Airport. The system operates daily until 23:00, except on Sundays, when it closes at 19:00.

The main train station, called Penn Station, is located at 1500 N Charles Street in Baltimore. This is a major rail station featuring waiting areas, short-term and long-term parking facilities, a restaurant and snack bar, and taxi and other transit services. Many of the MTA’s bus lines connect with the Light Rail, Metro and MARC train systems.

Taxis in Baltimore are not normally hailed on the street. You will need to phone a cab company to make arrangements; ask your hotel doorman to call a taxi for you or walk to the taxi stand at the center of the Inner Harbor zone. Taxi companies include Yellow Cab and Royal Cab among others.

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