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Baltimore Overview

Cheap flights to Baltimore
Fly with us with our cheap flights to Baltimore, a city full of unexpected sides. Where on one hand it seems there’s little more to see than the grunt and grit of the urban working class port town, shouldering its way through life the other side shows incredible museums, immersive culture, diverse restaurants, and boutique hotels. With our cheap flights to Baltimore, visit the Evergreen Museum to get a glimpse of the lush upper-class living standards of the 1800s in the 19th century mansion. Take a trip to the National Aquarium, one of the best aquariums in America. The aquarium hosts over 750 different species, a high-rise shark tank, and a central ray pool all completed with a rainforest. Climb the Washington Monument or walk through the educational museum about Washington’s life on the ground floor of the museum. Lose yourself in the absolute raw talent of the locals in the American Visionary Art Museum, where chaos is beauty and invention is art. A trip to this port town would be incomplete without visiting the USS Constellation, which offers ship tours a Coast Guard Cutter, submarine and lightship. So take our cheap flights to Baltimore and guarantee a comfortable and stress free journey for yourself while we make sure no hindrance comes your way.

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6 facts about Baltimore


Baltimore is the biggest city in the state of Maryland.


The population was 620,961 in the 2010 national census.


The city was named after the British Lord Baltimore


Among many colleges & universities, the top ranking is the University of Maryland


The Inner Harbour is typically well-known for shopping and restaurants, National Aquarium and museums.


Baltimore is not in any county, and therefore, known as an independent city. It is next to the Chesapeake Bay & one of the 20 largest American harbours for trade.

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