8 Night Southeast Coast & Bahamas Cruise on Enchantment of the Seas from Baltimore, Maryland
The 8 Night Southeast Coast & Bahamas Cruise from Baltimore, Maryland visits Charleston, South Carolina; Orlando (Port Canaveral), Florida; Nassau, Bahamas; Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas; Baltimore, Maryland. Explore our cruise itineraries and choose from a variety of rooms depending on your needs and budget. Start planning your next cruise vacation by selecting a destination and departure port.
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8 Night Southeast Coast & Bahamas Cruise
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Explore Enchantment of the Seas
Day 1 - Baltimore, Maryland
Day 2 - Cruising
Day 3 - Charleston, South Carolina
Day 4 - Orlando (Port Canaveral), Florida
Day 5 - Nassau, Bahamas
Day 6 - Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas
Day 7 - 8 - Cruising
Day 9 - Baltimore, Maryland
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8 Night Southeast Coast & Bahamas Cruise

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Leaving from
Baltimore, Maryland
Onboard
Enchantment of the Seas
Day Port
1
Baltimore, Maryland
Departs at 4:00 PM
2
Cruising
Day at sea
3
Charleston, South Carolina
From 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
4
Orlando (Port Canaveral), Florida
From 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
5
Nassau, Bahamas
From 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
6
Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas
From 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
7 - 8
Cruising
Day at sea
9
Baltimore, Maryland
Arrives at 7:00 AM
*Port sequence may vary by sailing date.
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Your ship Enchantment of the Seas

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Enchantment of the Seas
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Enchantment of the Seas, Aerial View, Bahamas and Caribbean Cruise Destinations
Aerial View of Enchantment of the Seas Cruise Ship With Destinations in CocoCay and Nassau, Bahamas
Get to know
Enchantment of the Seas
Time to shake up your weekend routine. Enchantment of the Seas® has plenty of thrills to keep you entertained, from poolside film nights to star-studded guest performances. Throw in woah-worthy dining at Chop's Grille℠ or Chef's Table, and classic cocktails at R Bar, and you have the perfect getaway.

KICK BACK OR KICK IT UP A NOTCH

Soak up soaring views from the top of the Rock Climbing Wall, learn how to whip up something delicious in a culinary class, or unwind outdoors and watch a film on the poolside screen. Looking to break a sweat or spa the day away? Head to Vitality℠ at Sea Spa and Fitness Centre.

FAR-OUT FEASTING

Once you've worked up an appetite, indulge in prime steaks at Chop's Grill℠ or sit down to a five-course foodie fest at Chef's Table. At R Bar, you'll find classic cocktails and vintage vibes. And complimentary breakfast, happy hour and concierge access await in the Diamond Club, exclusive to Crown & Anchor® Society Diamond members and above.

CUE THE ACTION

If rock and roll is your jam, don't miss Can't Stop the Rock. If you're a film or musical buff, you'll love Stage to Screen. And be sure to look out for guest entertainers – from live music at the Schooner Bar to an elusive piano man who pops up in unexpected places around the ship.

Day 1: Baltimore, Maryland

Day 1
Baltimore
Maryland
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Baltimore, Maryland, Aerial View Downtown Inner Harbor
Aerial view of Downtown Inner Harbor area in Baltimore, Maryland
Things to do in
Baltimore
Departs at 4:00 PM
Baltimore’s nickname – Charm City – is well earned. This town’s charisma runs deep – from the tall ships floating in the Inner Harbour to the top-notch museums. It’s an East Coast slice of American history where you can visit Edgar Allan Poe’s grave, and tour the fort where America’s national anthem was penned. And for authentic Baltimorean neighbourhood experiences, nothing beats sipping pints in the pubs of Fells Point, cracking open steamy crabs in Canton’s seaside shacks and enjoying sweeping skyline views from the top of Federal Hill.
Baltimore, Maryland, Inner Harbor Downtown Dock Ship
View of Inner Harbor area in Downtown from a docked ship in Baltimore

Nautical Ties

No visit to Baltimore is complete without exploring the historic Inner Harbour. Step aboard a collection of impressive ships – a Pearl Harbour-era cutter, a 1930s lightship, a sail-powered warship dating back to 1797. Then stroll around brick walkways flanked by chic boutiques, restaurants serving mid-Atlantic seafood and photo-worthy views of the water.
Insider tip
The Baltimore Water Taxi is the best way to explore the Inner Harbour. With 14 stops along the waterfront, boats arrive approximately every 15 minutes at the most popular attractions.
Baltimore, Maryland, American Flag Fort McHenry
Fort McHenry raising the American flag, Baltimore, Maryland

Star of the Show

Relive the Battle of Baltimore at Fort McHenry, where in 1814, by dawn’s early light, Francis Scott Key wrote the lyrics of The Star-Spangled Banner, the United States’ national anthem. Enter this star-shaped citadel to follow a period-costumed guide around the grounds, watch an educational film and see a replica of the 15-starred American flag.
Baltimore, Mayland, Waterfront Promenade National Aquarium Sunset
Waterfront promenade near the National Aquarium in Baltimore, Mayland

Water Logged

Cruises from Baltimore facilitate encounters with almost 20,000 sea creatures spanning seven stories of interactive exhibits at the National Aquarium. Widely considered one of the best in America, this mind-boggling aquatic space includes a rooftop rainforest, multi-storey shark tank and reef recreations that are home to turtles, stingrays, bottlenose dolphins, sharks and more.
Baltimore, Mayland, Blue Crab Lemon
Plate of blue crab with lemon and seasoning, in Baltimore, Mayland

Local Cuisine

You can’t leave Baltimore without feasting on Chesapeake Bay blue crabs, which are steamed in Old Bay seasoning or served as golden brown cakes. Little Italy’s trattorias serve up pasta, tiramisu and cannoli – and National Bohemian Beer, lovingly nicknamed Natty Boh, is a local staple. Lexington Market is a foodie’s paradise where nearly 100 vendors shuck raw bar fare; you can also enjoy deli sandwiches and the famous Berger cookie.
Baltimore, Maryland, Skyline Inner Harbor Promenade Sunset
View of Inner Harbor skyline from promenade at sunset, in Baltimore

Shopping

Satisfy all your souvenir needs and more at Harborplace, a festival marketplace during your Baltimore cruise. Mount Vernon’s Antique terraced houses: a string of retailers dating to the 1840s. The Hampden neighbourhood is known for its indie stores and vintage clothing outfitters – or browse Thames Street in Fells Point for vinyl records, books and trendy clothing.

Day 2: Cruising

Day 2
Cruising
At Sea
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Girls Diving in the Pool
Girls Diving and Swimming in the Covered Pool
PLAY HOWEVER YOU LIKE

Solarium

Slip away to this adults-only indoor and outdoor retreat. The Solarium is your slice of paradise, with soothing whirlpools, warm sunshine and a refreshing water mist.
Vitality Spa Woman Relaxing
Vitality Spa Woman Relaxing

Spa & Fitness Centre

A luxurious sanctuary offering signature treatments, medi-spa services and a full-service salon to make you glow from the inside out. Browse our spa menu for pricing.
Boardwalk Arcade Skee Ball
Close-Up the Skee Ball on the Boardwalk Arcade

Arcade

Blips, bleeps, clangs and cheers. Play to win in a classic arcade atmosphere with timeless games, plus the latest at the Royal Caribban Arcade.
Whirlpool at Night
Beautiful Night on the Pool Deck

Whirlpools

It's easy to let every thought melt away while relaxing in a whirlpool, especially when you're also soaking up ocean views.

Day 3: Charleston, South Carolina

Day 3
Charleston
South Carolina
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Things to do in
Charleston
From 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Charleston is a timeless treasure of America’s Old South— and every aspect of life in the Lowcountry is captivating. Whether you’re a history buff, beach bum or foodie, there’s plenty of adventure and southern hospitality to go round. Hop in a horse-drawn carriage for a sightseeing ride past pastel-hued mansions on Rainbow Row. Roam Fort Sumter, where the first shots of the American Civil War rang out. Cruise to Charleston and stand under the 1,500-year-old Angel Oak. Or sink your toes into soft sands along the Carolina coast. Aptly nicknamed “The Holy City” for its abundance of churches, Charleston evokes a genuine American spirit through its colonial relics, laid-back coastal culture and deep-rooted traditions.

FOOTSTEPS OF TIME

Head out on foot from the Battery’s seawall to Waterfront Park, then through the French Quarter and down buzzing King Street. Along the way you’ll stroll past centuries-old mansions, Dock Street Theatre, Gothic Revival churches, war relics, retail hubs and other southern treasures.
Insider tip
The Downtown Area Shuttle (DASH) trolley offers a quick and free means of traveling around downtown Charleston.

ANTEBELLUM MEMORIES

Trace centuries of American history amongst Charleston’s old rice plantations. Boone Hall Plantation is one of America’s oldest working farms, while Middleton Place is home to the country’s oldest landscaped gardens. Drayton Hall and Magnolia Plantation both offer Southern heritage and Lowcountry scenery along the Ashley River.
Insider tip
Pack insect repellent to avoid mosquitos if exploring the marshes, beaches and rural plantations outside the city.

PALMETTO PARADISE

Get your feet— or your paddle— wet with plenty of outdoor adventures. Sullivan’s Island and Folly Beach are both popular with beachgoers, and nearby Kiawah is renowned for its PGA-caliber golf courses. Kayak around Shem Creek’s estuaries beside dolphins and waterfowl, or enjoy a walk across the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge before your Charleston cruise.

LOCAL CUISINE

Charleston is one of America’s top food cities, where Lowcountry-comfort food meets award-winning, chef-inspired cuisine. Southern staples like creamy she-crab soup, fried chicken and collard greens reign supreme – and everyone has their own twist on the quintessential prawn and grits. Try frogmore stew for authentic Gullah flavours, or head to Bowens Island for fresh-off-the-boat oysters shucked by the creek.

SHOPPING

King Street’s retail mecca is filled to the brim with unique boutiques, antique shops and book emporiums. Broad Street’s Gallery Row is an art collector’s dream, while the four-block City Market is where you’ll find Gullah artisans selling their famous sweetgrass baskets handwoven from locally grown bulrush grass.

Day 4: Orlando, Florida

Day 4
Orlando
Port Canaveral, Florida
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Things to do in
Orlando
From 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
As the home of Kennedy Space Centre, Cape Canaveral is the launching point for all-out adventure in Central Florida. Its beaches offer a mix of family-friendly shores and secluded swathes of sand. And with Orlando’s theme park sprawl only an hour away, you can easily mingle with your favourite characters. Beyond the parks lie equally amusing gems packed with Old Florida character. Kayak past manatees in the Banana River Lagoon and zip line above alligators at Brevard Zoo. Discover notable art museums and Park Avenue’s ritzy charm. Orlando cruises give you access to trace the region’s roots at the Orange County Regional History Museum.

Trekkie Track

Lift off into interstellar exploration at the Kennedy Space Centre. Amongst interactive Mission Zones you’ll see the Saturn V rocket and the Space Shuttle orbiter Atlantis. Go behind the gates to discover historic launch sites and working spaceflight facilities, plus marvel at the US Astronaut Hall of Fame.
Insider tip
Bring cash for tolls on the Beachline Expressway between Port Canaveral and Orlando.

Get Into Character

Orlando is known as a land of amusements – and for good reason. The city is home to six unique theme parks, each with their own distinct thrills, including Universal Studios Orlando and Islands of Adventure. Or you can venture beyond the Big Six to Gatorland’s swampy terrain, or hit one of the many epic waterparks around town.
Insider tip
Wear comfortable, broken-in walking shoes to the theme parks.

Outside the lines

Connect with Florida’s natural side while riding waves at Cocoa Beach or basking in seclusion at Canaveral National Seashore. Don’t miss a kayak trip through glowing bioluminescent waters, or an air-boat ride through wetlands. Cruise to Orlando-Port Canaveral and swim in rejuvenating freshwater springs – or tee off at one of Orlando’s 150 golf courses.

Local Cuisine

The Cove at Port Canaveral is home to plenty of waterfront restaurants serving up fresh fish tacos and mahi-mahi sandwiches. Orlando has its fair share of celebrity chef-led, farm-to-table spots – and character meals are popular at the theme park resorts. And the Mills 50 District north of central Orlando is famous for its Vietnamese fare.

Shopping

The shops in Historic Cocoa Village sell local handmade art and tropical décor. Souvenir shopping in Orlando is best at Disney Springs, Universal CityWalk and along International Drive. Pop into the family-owned Orange Blossom Indian River Citrus for Florida-grown oranges, grapefruits and other fruits during your Orlando cruise.

Day 5: Nassau, Bahamas

Day 5
Nassau
Bahamas
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Atlantis Paradise Island Zoom in Nassau, Bahamas
Close up of Atlantis Paradise Island, Nassau, Bahamas
Things to do in
Nassau
From 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Caribbean charm shines in the Bahamian capital, where you’re never more than a few steps away from rhythmic percussions, appetising flavours, white-sand beaches and some of the clearest waters in the world. This picture-perfect paradise was once a pirate’s haven – and you can explore its colourful past of buccaneers, blockade-runners and bootleggers along historical streets and at the three colonial fortresses that line the shores. If you’re looking for a more hands-on maritime adventure, look no further. Cruise to Nassau and swim with stingrays, dive with dolphins or spot colourful coral on a glass-bottomed boat. And just across the bridge is beautiful Paradise Island, home to world-famous luxury hotels and resorts. Spend the day at the famous Atlantis and splash your way through its expansive water park, grab a piña colada at the Marina Village and spot the hammerhead sharks in Predator Lagoon.
Bahamas Dolphin Swimming Excursion
Bahamas Boy Swimming and Hugging Dolphins

LEGENDARY LOST CITY

Discover the Atlantis Resort – an entertainment mecca and home to the largest water park in the Caribbean. Located across the harbour on Paradise Island, you’ll find acres of adventures to be had – whether exploring underground tunnel aquariums, plunging down waterslides or swimming with dolphins.
Insider tip
Water taxis run between Nassau and Paradise Island every half-hour.
Bahamas Pearl Island Lighthouse
Aerial of the Bahamas Pearl Island Lighthouse

Private Paradise

A short, 30-minute boat ride off the coast is Pearl Island, one of the unique private islands of The Bahamas. Spend the day on water trampolines, kayaks and stand-up paddleboards. Or relax in front of the iconic lighthouse while enjoying a frozen drink and freshly made conch salad.
Insider tip
Most restaurants include a 15% service charge on the bill.
Nassau, Bahamas, Beach jetski
Jetskis lining a white sandy beach in Nassau, Bahamas

LOUNGE LIKE A LOCAL

Junkanoo Beach is a free, public stretch of sand with affordable lounge-chair and umbrella rentals and tasty Bahama Mamas. It’s an easy 15-minute walk from the harbour, and offers a taste of the island’s famous blue waters and soft sand with a hint of local flavour.
Nassau, Bahamas, Conch Fritters and Salad
Conch fritters, conch salad, and rum punch on a beachside table

Local Cuisine

Bahamian cuisine showcases local seafood and reflects Spanish, West African and British influences. Rock lobster and conch are served up in a variety of ways – from hearty chowders and fried fritters to citrus salads. Craving dessert? Try the guava duff – a warm, spongy dessert topped with sweet butter rum sauce.
Bahamas Straw Market Magnets
Bahamas Local Shopping Magnet Souvenirs

Shopping

Festival Place, which sits right on the wharf, has more than 40 local vendors selling artisanal items. Cruise to Nassau and make your way to Bay Street – just a block away – for duty-free luxury goods. This waterfront promenade is a bargain-hunter’s paradise, and the nearby Straw Market is the go-to spot for authentic Bahamian hand-made treasures.

Day 6: Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas

Day 6
Grand Bahama Island
Bahamas
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Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas Girl Snorkeling Underwater
Underwater activities in the beaches of Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas include snorkeling to see marine life
Things to do in
Grand Bahama Island
From 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
It’s easy to see why Grand Bahama Island is one of the most popular in The Bahamas chain. Its postcard-perfect beaches are made of sand that shimmers like pearls, fronting crystal-clear waters in every hue of blue. And Freeport and Lucaya have plenty of thrills for everyone, from golfing and gambling to eco-adventures and watersports. Hike Rand Nature Center’s forest-lined trails and discover cascading waterfalls at the Garden of the Groves. Cruise to Grand Bahama Island and dive deep into acclaimed underwater spots or join in a wildly festive junkanoo parade. Capture an authentic portrait of Bahamian life— from the first beat of the Goombay drum to the last sip of a fruity Bahama Mama.
Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas Underwater Caves Scuba Diving
Scuba diving in the underwater caves in Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas

Nature's Best

Wind your way through one of the longest underwater cave systems in the world at Lucayan National Park. Home to six miles of caves, caverns and charted tunnels, this is the only spot in The Bahamas where you can explore six different ecosystems.
Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas Dolphins Underwater Swimming
Dolphins swimming in deep blue ocean waters in Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas

Dive into Adventure

Plunge into the crystalline waters off Grand Bahama Island to discover an underwater paradise for scuba divers and snorkellers. Dive with dolphins and sharks. Flutter your fins around colourful coral gardens. Or explore submerged caverns, deep blue holes and sunken shipwrecks.
Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas Big Game Fishing Marlin
Fishermen catches a marlin in Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas

Reel It In

Cast your line and get ready for an epic fight in one of the world’s premier sport fishing destinations. With the help of experienced guides, you’ll have the chance to catch marlin, bluefin tuna, wahoo and bonefish, the island’s most prized game fish.
Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas Conch Salad
A Bahamian women preparing conch salad

Local Cuisine

For a quintessential taste of The Bahamas, try tender conch in salads and fritters. And you can’t miss a Bahamian fish fry, the island’s version of an outdoor barbecue where you’ll mingle over plates of crispy grouper and mahi-mahi. Then wash it all down with a gin-based Gully Wash cocktail or Kalik, the locals’ choice of lager.
Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas Market Shopping
Go shopping in the markets in Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas

Shopping

Port Lucaya Marketplace is home to over 80 duty-free shops and speciality boutiques. Browse Freeport’s sprawling International Bazaar and the nearby straw market for unique wood, shell and straw creations. The art of Bahamian straw work dates from the early 1700s – for handcrafted items made locally, look for the Authentically Bahamian® brand.

Day 7 - 8: Cruising

Day 7 - 8
Cruising
At Sea
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Wipe Out Bar Woman Pool Side
Woman Pool Side Sipping Drink
LET THE FLAVOUR FEST BEGIN
Cafe Latte Tudes Barista Designing with Milk Foam
F&B, Drinks, cocktails; beverage package, 2016 Beverage shoot, Cafe Select Coffee Card, cream being poured into cup of coffee in decorative pattern,

Café Latte-tudes

When you find yourself craving a steaming hot cuppa, Café Latte-tudes has just what you need. From a nice breakfast blend to get you going to an after-dinner cappuccino or macchiato, you’ll find all your favorite sweets and specialty coffee beverages at this cozy cafe.
Chef's Table Dessert
A dessert at Chef's Table on Royal Caribbean cruises

Chef's Table

Welcome to Chef’s Table, the most exclusive and elevated dining experience on our fleet. Join an intimate group of fellow foodies on a private epicurean journey led by the ship’s Chef de Cuisine. You’ll sit down to a white tablecloth dinner spotlighting five exquisite courses that range from scallop carpaccio with yuzu vinaigrette, to grilled filet mignon served with truffle potato puree — each expertly paired with the perfect wine to highlight every flavor on the menu.
Main Dining Room Lamb Rib Dish
A white plate with three lab ribs at the Main Dining Room

Main Dining Room

In the Main Dining Room, you can experience flavors that take you from Jamaica to Jaipur, a rotating menu of delicious dishes always offering something unexpected. A multi-level restaurant that in the morning is the perfect spot to enjoy a hearty brunch paired with refreshing mimosas, at dinnertime transforms into a world class dining experience with a menu that invites you to taste your way around the world course by course.
Room Service Bottle Glass
Room Service Bottle Glass Champagne and Strawberries

Room Service

Want to savor a meal in the comfort of your stateroom? Order delicious in-room dining any time — day or night. Tuck into breakfast in bed with a fresh omelet or a steaming stack of pancakes. Or enjoy an intimate date night in after a long day of adventure onboard and ashore. Room service makes it easy to treat your taste buds without having to set foot outside your door.

Day 9: Baltimore, Maryland

Day 9
Baltimore
Maryland
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Baltimore, Maryland, Inner Harbor Ship
Sail ship docked at Inner Harbor in Baltimore, Maryland
Things to do in
Baltimore
Arrives at 7:00 AM
Baltimore’s nickname – Charm City – is well earned. This town’s charisma runs deep – from the tall ships floating in the Inner Harbour to the top-notch museums. It’s an East Coast slice of American history where you can visit Edgar Allan Poe’s grave, and tour the fort where America’s national anthem was penned. And for authentic Baltimorean neighbourhood experiences, nothing beats sipping pints in the pubs of Fells Point, cracking open steamy crabs in Canton’s seaside shacks and enjoying sweeping skyline views from the top of Federal Hill.
Baltimore, Maryland, Inner Harbor Downtown Dock Ship
View of Inner Harbor area in Downtown from a docked ship in Baltimore

Nautical Ties

No visit to Baltimore is complete without exploring the historic Inner Harbour. Step aboard a collection of impressive ships – a Pearl Harbour-era cutter, a 1930s lightship, a sail-powered warship dating back to 1797. Then stroll around brick walkways flanked by chic boutiques, restaurants serving mid-Atlantic seafood and photo-worthy views of the water.
Insider tip
A 15% to 20% tip is customary in restaurants and bars. At the airport, tip skycaps at least USD 1 per bag.
Baltimore, Maryland, American Flag Fort McHenry
Fort McHenry raising the American flag, Baltimore, Maryland

Star of the Show

Relive the Battle of Baltimore at Fort McHenry, where in 1814, by dawn’s early light, Francis Scott Key wrote the lyrics of The Star-Spangled Banner, the United States’ national anthem. Enter this star-shaped citadel to follow a period-costumed guide around the grounds, watch an educational film and see a replica of the 15-starred American flag.
Baltimore, Mayland, Waterfront Promenade National Aquarium Sunset
Waterfront promenade near the National Aquarium in Baltimore, Mayland

Water Logged

Cruises from Baltimore facilitate encounters with almost 20,000 sea creatures spanning seven stories of interactive exhibits at the National Aquarium. Widely considered one of the best in America, this mind-boggling aquatic space includes a rooftop rainforest, multi-storey shark tank and reef recreations that are home to turtles, stingrays, bottlenose dolphins, sharks and more.
Baltimore, Mayland, Blue Crab Lemon
Plate of blue crab with lemon and seasoning, in Baltimore, Mayland

Local Cuisine

You can’t leave Baltimore without feasting on Chesapeake Bay blue crabs, which are steamed in Old Bay seasoning or served as golden brown cakes. Little Italy’s trattorias serve up pasta, tiramisu and cannoli – and National Bohemian Beer, lovingly nicknamed Natty Boh, is a local staple. Lexington Market is a foodie’s paradise where nearly 100 vendors shuck raw bar fare; you can also enjoy deli sandwiches and the famous Berger cookie.
Baltimore, Maryland, Skyline Inner Harbor Promenade Sunset
View of Inner Harbor skyline from promenade at sunset, in Baltimore

Shopping

Satisfy all your souvenir needs and more at Harborplace, a festival marketplace during your Baltimore cruise. Mount Vernon’s Antique terraced houses: a string of retailers dating to the 1840s. The Hampden neighbourhood is known for its indie stores and vintage clothing outfitters – or browse Thames Street in Fells Point for vinyl records, books and trendy clothing.

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