Baltimore Itinerary

Hotel Revival

Located in Mount Vernon’s notable history of art and culture district – Hotel Revival brings together Baltimore’s historical Mount Vernon elegance with a vibrant guest experience, thoughtful design, a stunning restaurant, and classic signature bars. Each room features an array of local artists and showcases local products and the cities’ history. I absolutely loved my stay at Hotel Revival and would definitely recommend you stay there!

What To Do

National Aquarium

The National Aquarium is located in the heart of downtown Baltimore and can be found right in the Inner Harbor. With over 20,000 different animals there is plenty to see, I spent several hours here. Tickets cost $39.95 for a full day pass.

Walk Inner Harbor

This tour is 2.9 miles out and back and offers stunning views of the city. With a rich history as a seaport city, you can enjoy the views as well as the history that surrounds it. There are 4 historic ships located on the inner harbor which have all been turned into museums. You can also take a tour of one of their many cruises on the bay. After walking the Inner Harbor grab a bite at one of the many restaurants on the shore.

Baltimore Museum of Art

This free art museum has several collections each offers a unique look into history. The BMA focuses on acquiring artwork that showcases present moments while also connecting to the rich history of the area. The collections in BMA range from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. After looking at the three stunning collections take a stroll through the sculpture gardens!

Where To Eat

Drinks at Bar Vazquez

This restaurant brings vibrancy and energy from Argentina straight to Baltimore – highlighting Buenos Aires’ love of meat, fire, and seasonal ingredients. Whether you are stopping by for drinks or formal dining upstairs you can enjoy this vast menu which highlights Tapas and steakhouse. I got a few of their cocktails, their whipped ricotta, and empanadas. My friends got their steak and I tried some, it was delicious.

Breakfast and Coffee at Dashery

Dashery is one-stop shop for breakfast and coffee on the go. The cafe is open 7 days a week until 4 pm and features products from local small businesses in the area. I tried their breakfast sandwiches and their oat milk latte. Check them out for your caffeine fix!

Lunch at Faidley’s Seafood

Founded in 1886 and is one of the oldest and best-known purveyors of fresh and prepared seafood! Found in Lexington Market this is a truly unique culinary experience and one that is essential to Baltimore. They are known to have the best seafood in Baltimore. I got the jumbo lump crab cake, and it was easily the best crab cake I’ve ever had!

Dinner at Topside

Featuring stunning one-of-a-kind views of the original Washington Monument and the city. Topside is seafood centered and they also serve speciality cocktails. We got their braised oxtail served with plantain gnocchi which was one of the best meals I’ve had in a while. We also got the squid ink pasta with a smoked gouda and parmesan cream sauce, and colossal crab.

Photo Worthy Spots

Thames Street Storefronts

Sagamore Pendry Hotel

Mount Vernon

  1. Rossy says:

    So helpful will be using this for when I got later this month!

  2. Mariam says:

    This is awesome, love this blog! So glad I came across your website 🙂

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