No matter what your interests are, there are thriving scenes popping up in neighborhoods all over Baltimore. Memorize the names Harbor East, Federal Hill, Canton, and Fell’s Point. ‘The Avenue’ in Hampden is one long strip of new, vintage, and some of the most popular dining establishments in town. Pick up farm fresh produce at the Baltimore Farmers’ Market, enjoy the monthly Baltimore Bike Party—a themed bike ride around the city with 1,000 of your new friends dressed in costumes. Furnish your place with interesting knick-knacks from the Station North Flea Market.

There’s so much to explore, it would take a lot more than four years before you’ll ever run out of options. Baltimore will exhaust you well before you can exhaust it.

Where in the world is Baltimore?

  • 1.5 hours from Philadelphia
  • 3 hours from New York City
  • 45 minutes from Washington, D.C.
  • 2.5 hours from beaches

Loyola is just one reason to fall in love with Baltimore—or “Charm City” to those in the know.

Find out what gives Baltimore its charm…

Baltimore is full of amazing food, museums, and activities. I call the Inner Harbor my ‘happy place’ here because of its majestic beauty. There are so many different and unique neighborhoods, and I have come across some amazing people with such Southern charm! (To this Connecticut native, Maryland is definitely the South!)
-Dominick Proto, ’15