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Baltimore Etymology - Where Did Baltimore Get its Name?

Baltimore was named after the seat of the Calvert family, proprietors of the colony of Maryland, “the Irish barony of Baltimore”. Baltimore was then established in the year 1729. 

What Is Baltimore Famous For?

Baltimore is considered the largest city in Maryland and the 24th largest city in the USA. It is also an important seaport on the Patapsco River's broad estuary. Its place in American history was secured in 1814 when British forces bombarded Fort McHenry for 25 hours without yielding.

Baltimore Location 

Baltimore is located in the northeast of Maryland and is known as the “Charm City”. The city is about 35 miles away from Washington, D.C., on the western arm of the Chesapeake Bay on the United States East Coast.

Why Choose Student Accommodation in Baltimore?

Because when you choose student accommodation in Baltimore, the city won’t fail to amaze you. With hundreds of festivals all around the city all year long, you will never feel bored and the excitement will never stop. We would like to do our part and amaze you as well with some of the most popular and most outstanding festivals in Baltimore.

Baltimore Top 3 Festivals 

1. Light City Festival

Enjoy the charms of the city at night with tons of colourful lights surrounding every inch of Baltimore and lots of nice music filling the air and giving only good vibes. 

2. Artscape Festival

The festival lasts for 3 days with lots of live music, live performances, around 140 artists showing their pieces of art, and more. 

3. Fells Point Historic Festival

Mark your calendar and don’t miss out on this fun festival with the right mix of good music, delicious food and you can even enjoy some bands’ live performances. Grab your friends or even your pet friend and enjoy the Fells Point Historic Festival. 

Baltimore Climate

Weather and Temperature

Summer in Baltimore is hot and humid. Winter is cold, wet, and windy, and it is partly cloudy all year. Throughout the year, the temperature typically ranges from 30°F(-1°C) to 89°F(31°C), with temperatures rarely falling below 18°F(-7°C) or rising above 97°F(37°C).

What to Pack and Baltimore Local Timing 

Pack your lightest clothes, avoid fabrics that easily show sweat like silk. Lightweight cotton or linen should be perfect for high humidity times. Winters aren’t so cold but more likely to be wet, so pack lots of waterproofs and a few pieces of warm clothing for when the temperature goes down below -7°C. Do not forget your umbrella! Again do not forget your umbrella! Baltimore time zone is GMT-4. Add Baltimore Clock to your phone and make it easy on yourself during your time there. 

What to Do and Where to Go in Baltimore?

Top Attractions to Visit in Baltimore

1. National Aquarium

The National Aquarium houses 16,000 species of marine life in a creative and amazing round glass display that is divided by a walking ramp that runs around and around within this watery world. It's fantastic because you get to travel from the top of the ramp, which displays shore creatures, all the way down to the fish of the deepest oceans.

2. Oriole Park at Camden Yards 

The stadium has opened in 1992. See a game or even take a tour at the place where the Baltimore Orioles, the city's Major League baseball team, play their home games at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. The former railroad hub is only two blocks away from the birthplace of baseball's most famous hero, George Herman "Babe" Ruth. The modest house is now a museum, and a Babe Ruth statue just outside the park is a popular photo stop.

3. Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine

There are displays and a film about the fort's history in the visitor centre, and you can tour the casemates and grounds to learn about the fort and its history through ranger talks and living history demonstrations. The famous flag's original is now on display at the Museum of American History in Washington, DC.

4. Fell’s Point

Fell's Point is a beautifully restored historic area along the waterfront. This old harbour quarter was once Baltimore's shipbuilding district, complete with places for seamen to entertain themselves. Today, restaurants, cafes, and shops can be found behind the many restored brick buildings, making it a popular meeting place. Stalls selling local foods can be found in the bustling market building.

5. Walters’ Art Museum 

You will find yourself in front of a huge collection of ivories, jewellery, enamels, and bronzes, as well as a large reserve of illuminated manuscripts and rare books, which are among the Walters’ Art Museum’s thousands of treasures.

Baltimore Delicacy 

1. Maryland Blue Crab

You probably have eaten lots of craps until this very moment of your life. Well, let us be clear my friend, you did not! Baltimore’s blue crabs will show you how real crabs taste like. And you will never get sick of it as it enters in lots of dishes, a crab cake, a steamed crab, a soft shell crab, a soft crab sandwich, or even a crab dip. 

2. Utz Chips

Taste the best chips in Maryland. Baltimore’s most popular flavour is the “crab chip” flavour (potato chips covered in Old Bay seasoning). 

3. Snowball

A snowball is made by first shaving ice until it is thick, then adding flavoured syrup and marshmallow cream. Egg Custard, Skylight, and Tutti Frutti are among the most popular flavours.

4. Smith Island Cake

This dessert is named after one of the Chesapeake Bay islands. The cake is composed of 8 to 12 layers of vanilla cake topped with chocolate fudge icing and peanut butter cup pieces. 

5. Berger Cookies 

Berger Cookies are a type of cookie, originally brought to Baltimore from Germany and are extremely popular in Baltimore and Washington, D.C. They're made with vanilla shortbread and a fudge ganache icing. 

Transportation in Baltimore 

1. Local Buses

If you're going to outlying neighbourhoods, then the local buses are the best option for you. Even though it could be a bit complicated at first, you will eventually get used to it.  

2. The MARC Train

The MARC train, which is divided into three lines, connects Baltimore to neighbouring states and other parts of Maryland. It's a good alternative to driving if you're transferring between Penn Station and the airport, going to an Orioles game, or taking a day trip to Washington D.C. 

3. Taxis and Ride-Sharing Apps

After dark, the safest and most dependable way home or between destinations is by taxi or rideshare. Fares are usually well under $10 if you stay in a central location. Taxis from the airport to the Inner Harbor are approximately $35.

Other Student Accommodation In USA

Besides having facilities for student accommodation in Baltimore, Casita offers student accommodation in these cities in the USA: 

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