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Baltimore, Maryland – a city that’s filled with culture, history and various exquisite locations and landmarks that will surely make its mark on your vacation memories. It’s quite a unique city that boasts a number of places that will surely delight any backpacker, traveler or any family that goes to the city.

You’ll never run out of things to do in Baltimore. If you’re a sightseer who fancies strolling around cities and taking pictures to remember your vacation, then these places will tickle your fancy.


Enoch Pratt Library

Fancy a little bit of reading? If you’re a bit of a book fanatic and enjoy being surrounded by books, then this is the perfect place for you. The Enoch Pratt Library is over 60 years old and houses thousands of books worth reading. If you still haven’t made your first trip in a library or if it’s been a while since you visited one, it’s worth taking a look at this library. It isn’t because of any fancy design or any outrageous bearing. It’s just because the Enoch Pratt Library is immense. It’s just so big, and that’s not an exaggeration.

St. Mary’s Park

Once the home of the old St. Mary’s Seminary, the park became the center of the serene and relaxing atmosphere in the city of Baltimore. If you run out of things to do in Baltimore, take time to relax and sit down on one of the park’s benches. Sit back and enjoy the warm rays of the sun, watch the squirrels running from tree to tree and eating their acorns, and lie down on a blanket and have a picnic. If you just want to relax, take some quality time to yourself, lie down and think, or just enjoy the peace and serenity the city of Baltimore brings, then St. Mary’s Park is just the right place for you.

Tyson Street

If you’re up for a trip down a street filled with elegant houses, going to Tyson Street and taking a stroll might be for you. The renovated homes were once owned by Irish immigrants and believed to be built way back in 1830. The houses feature a variety of colors and it just shows the artistic capabilities of those who built them. Take a stroll around the street and take snapshots and photos of the houses. There’s also a garden to be seen just behind the breezeway. Discover more..