Maryland Travel Maps
The city of Baltimore, once a rough industrial port, has undergone a series of urban renewal plans over the past few decades. As a result, it has blossomed into a major tourist site of the mid-Atlantic and offers many fascinating museums, entertainment venues, and professional sporting events.
Annapolis and Southern Maryland
The nation’s sailing capital, Annapolis, is the top destination on the mainland banks of the Chesapeake Bay due to its waterfront location, charming historic district, and trendy boutiques and taverns.
The Eastern Shore and Atlantic Beaches
Picturesque fishing towns, blue crabs, and sunsets—these are all traits of Maryland’s Eastern Shore, while Maryland’s Atlantic beaches are a symphony of contrasts. Assateague Island calms your spirits as you share the beaches with wild ponies. Ocean City offers an exciting boardwalk and active nightlife.
The Capital Region
Trendy, sporty, and historical, Maryland’s Capital Region is a main suburban area of Washington DC and, as such, is densely populated.
Frederick and Western Maryland
Frederick offers old-town charm, antiques shopping, and terrific food. Some of the region’s finest restaurants are tucked into the appealing historic downtown. Western Maryland is the “mountain side” of the state, where the railroad once ruled and the scenery is tranquil and pretty.
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