Baltimore, Maryland skyline and waterfront at twilight.

See Where Edgar Allan Poe Lived in Baltimore

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There’s more to this city than the Ori­oles or Old Bay-sea­soned crabs (although you must try the crabs)! Dis­cov­er award-win­ning restau­rants, fes­ti­vals like Light City and much more in this his­tor­i­cal city. So much of America’s sto­ry is Baltimore’s sto­ry. From Fort McHen­ry Nation­al Mon­u­ment and His­toric Shrine and the Star-Span­gled Ban­ner Flag House to Fed­er­al Hill, the pre­served his­to­ry in this town is unmatched. Bal­ti­more is chock full of his­tor­i­cal attrac­tions and just like his­to­ry repeats itself, Charm City will win you over time and time again.

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Baltimore/​Washington Inter­na­tion­al Thur­good Mar­shall Air­port (BWI)

Baltimore Skyline

Oper­at­ed by the Mary­land Avi­a­tion Admin­is­tra­tion and Mary­land Depart­ment of Trans­porta­tion, BWI deliv­ers an aver­age of 638 sched­uled domes­tic pas­sen­ger arrival and depar­ture flights daily.

BWI’s infor­ma­tion desks are locat­ed on the upper lev­el tick­et­ing area before Con­course A/B and Con­course D; and on the low­er lev­el in the South­west Air­lines bag­gage claim 1 – 5 area, low­er lev­el Con­course C and Con­course D, and Inter­na­tion­al Con­course arrivals area. Because the infor­ma­tion desks are staffed by Pathfind­er Vol­un­teers, hours at each desk may vary. A first-lev­el of staffing pri­or­i­ty is giv­en to the Con­course D desk and is typ­i­cal­ly staffed dai­ly from 5:00 am. – 9:00 pm.

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