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Baltimore Travel Guide

From the Inner Harbor to Little Italy, there's no shortage of things to do in Baltimore. See dolphins at the National Aquarium, stay in a historic hotel or feast on world-famous Maryland blue crabs.

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Vaccaro’s Italian Pastries

Established in 1956, this family pastry shop is one of Little Italy’s gems. The old-world desserts are a favorite among locals and tourists alike. Don’t forget to order the cannoli!

222 Albemarle St
Baltimore, MD 21202

 
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Cafe Hon

For a slice of homey B’more, head here, “hon” (a “Bawlmer” term of endearment). Learn some Bawlmerese, dine on crab cakes and buy kitschy souvenirs in the HonTown gift shop on the way out.

1002 W 36th St
Baltimore, MD 21211

 
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Charleston

One of Baltimore's finest dining options, this award-winning restaurant offers Southern dishes with a modern twist, as part of a prix-fixe menu.

1000 Lancaster St
Baltimore, MD 21202

 
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Mama's on the Half Shell

Baltimore beckons seafood lovers, and this Canton neighborhood seafood house is no exception; it captures the “real taste of Baltimore seafood,” serving favorites such as crab cakes, Maryland crab soup and oysters.

2901 O’Donnell St
Baltimore, MD 21224

 

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