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Feb 5, 2013 - Baltimore’s Inner Harbor

Baltimore is one of America’s oldest seaports, and is today one of Maryland’s busiest tourist and visitor destinations. Make a visit to Baltimore with a bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus chartered from Charter Bus Baltimore. Travel through Baltimore in style and comfort in your charter bus as you visit some of the best attractions in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.

Baltimore’s Inner Harbor has much to offer the charter bus visitor. There are festivals and activities all year round, for all members of the family. One of its major tourist attractions is the Preakness, the "second jewel" of horse racing's Triple Crown. This event takes place in May and draws a huge crowd. The city holds many waterfront and neighborhood festivals during the summer as well, including Artscape, a three-day event honoring the Arts.

Baltimore's World Trade Center is a must-see for charter bus visitors visiting Charm City. That's because the 27th-floor observation deck, called “Top of the Word”, offers panoramic views of the Baltimore Inner Harbor and Downtown Baltimore. Its a great place for charter bus visitors to get a sense of the city. The observation level also contains exhibits about Baltimore and its economic renaissance.

Pay a charter bus visitor to the U.S.S. Constellation, the last all-sail ship built by the United States Navy. Commissioned in 1855, this historic vessel today is docked at Baltimore's Inner Harbor, where visitors can climb aboard and get a firsthand look at what the life of a sailor was like in days past. A knowledgeable and enthusiastic crew of tour guides is ready to answer charter bus visitors’ questions about the ship's history, including its missions to disrupt the slave trade, and its latter role in delivering famine relief supplies to Ireland.

Conveniently located in the center of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, the Gallery is a haven for shoppers. Spread across 4 stories, charter bus visitors will find all the well known brand name stores alongside local grown Maryland shops that will provide everything that a shopper may want or need. as you shop, should you work up an appetite, head on up to the fourth floor food court. This unique food court provides diners with a spectacular view of the Inner Harbor. Parking can be an issue in this area, so the best way to visit the Gallery is with a charter bus.

For a great time in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, give Charter Bus Baltimore a call to find out how they can help you plan a fun filled, fuss free visit with a selection from their fleet of fully equipped charter buses and friendly, personalized service.