In just a few days, the birds of summer will be back in Baltimore. The Orioles home opener is this Friday.
Nine of Baltimore’s biggest celebrities are teaming up to bring more people to Charm City.
Restaurant Week is underway in Baltimore City.
It’s the heart of summer travel season and Baltimore is coming into its own. Visit Baltimore reports a record number of visitors.
It’s one of the first places they stop when tourists come to Charm City. Now the Visitor Center celebrates a milestone. To commemorate the 10-year anniversary, Visit Baltimore is unveiling a new plan to keep the visitors coming.
It’s a great weekend for Baltimore. Every hotel is booked, thousands of visitors are in town and stores are seeing a big boost.
A big boost for downtown businesses. After huge events like Otakon and BronyCon in Baltimore, Charm City sees record tourism numbers.
Ill-planned winter holiday travel is the stuff of nightmares. Missed departure times, unending security checks, lost luggage, overbooked flights, trains or buses, weather delays, gridlock on major highways, dangerous weather-related road conditions — the list of potential problems is staggering. Weather-related issues, traffic jams and other unforeseen problems are beyond anyone’s control. Have contingency plans and try not to stress about what you can’t control. While you can’t plan for everything, there are many elements of travel that can be controlled by logical pre-trip preparation. Whether you are leaving Baltimore or visiting family and friends for the holidays, there are a number of simple tips to make holiday travel less stressful.
Walk downtown and you may notice something is out of place on the sidewalks near the Baltimore Convention Center. Part of a plan to impress attendees of a large summer convention backfired.
Thousands of vendors will crowd the Baltimore Convention Center later this week to showcase their wares. Nearly all products are welcome: household cleaners, personal care items, food and beverages, pet toys.
While there were plenty of fans in the stands at last year’s Grand Prix, some nearby attractions and businesses saw fewer customers come through the door.
A new report shows a hotel owned by Baltimore City is in the red, losing nearly $54 million since it opened in 2008.