Transportation for Events in Baltimore | The Vendry

Event Planning Guide
Baltimore

Public Transportation
Since Baltimore is relatively compact, experienced travelers might find it easier to navigate as compared to other larger cities. And while most popular tourist neighborhoods and the Inner Harbor area are explorable by foot, many visitors choose to rent a car in order to get around the city. To access popular tourist spots, travelers can hop on the free-of-charge Charm City Circulator.
Airport Information
Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI)
Located just outside of the city, BWI airport offers more than 600 domestic flights daily. Southwest Airlines is the most active carrier here, but United, Delta, Spirit, and American Airlines also operate at BWI. It boasts an in-airport gym with showers, cardio equipment, free weights, and more. Baltimore’s light rail serves BWI with routes into the city. Plus, taxis, shuttles, and ride-share services are also available.
Public Transportation
Walking: Getting around Baltimore on foot isn’t really feasible, but you can easily walk the promenade at the Inner Harbor.
Bus: In addition to the regular MTA buses (which can be tricky to figure out), the free Charm City Circulator hop-on, hop-off shuttle starts downtown and travels to other Baltimore neighborhoods. It covers most of the city’s tourist areas including around the harbor and historic sites.
Rail: The city’s light rail system is the best and cheapest option to reach downtown from the airport, but it isn’t as useful for getting around the city. The city’s secondary train station, Camden Station, is adjacent to the convention center, and is convenient for those commuting from Washington, D.C.