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Baltimore Turns Up the Charm in These 5 Buzzy Neighborhoods

Baltimore is a city of diverse neighborhoods, each with their own distinct character and history. While it may be impossible to explore them all on your next getaway to Charm City, these five neighborhoods filled with museums, restaurants and historic sites are a great preview of all that Baltimore has to offer.

Harbor East

Harbor East is one of Baltimore’s most recently developed neighborhoods. Where there once were industrial warehouses, there are now vibrant restaurants and bars, high-end shopping and cultural institutions.

Learn about Baltimore’s connection to the Underground Railroad at The Civil War Museum, housed in President Street Station, the oldest surviving railroad station in an urban setting.

Take your pick of award-winning restaurants in Harbor East, including Charleston, a James Beard–nominated fine dining establishment, and Tagliata, an Italian chophouse with the largest wine list in Baltimore.

By Shayla Martin