Baltimore County is a great destination for travelers looking to explore the East Coast. Located less than four hours from New York City, two hours from Philadelphia, and one hour from Washington, D. C., Charm City is easily accessible by several major highways, railways, and airlines. Once here, there are plenty of public transportation options to get around the city.
Greyhound and other domestic bus lines offer frequent trips to New York City and other northeastern destinations. For those looking to take a train, Baltimore's Pennsylvania Station is a popular stop on Amtrak's busy northeast corridor. Located in the heart of the city, just steps away from the Station North Arts & Entertainment District, it's also less than two miles from the Inner Harbor. The Washington DC commuter train service also stops at Camden Station, next to the Convention Center, for those traveling from Washington, D.
C.Once you're in Baltimore County, there are plenty of convenient transportation options to get around the city. The Charm City Circulator offers a picturesque way to explore the area with stops from the Inner Harbor to Canton. Electric scooters are available throughout the city with an app that allows you to pick up a motorcycle wherever you find it and leave it when you're done. The Maryland Public Transportation Authority operates light rail and subway, in addition to more than 60 bus routes throughout the city. For those looking to travel further afield, Amtrak's Silver Service runs from New York to Miami and connects major cities in the Mid-Atlantic region with destinations in the South and many places in Florida.
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