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Why Famous
  • It is comparable in size to the european country of belgium.
  • It was the seventh state to ratify the united states constitution and bears two nicknames, the old line state and the free state.
  • Maryland’s largest city, baltimore, is alive with history, culture, shopping and dining opportunities.
Facts Destination
  • Maryland is a state located in the mid atlantic region of the united states, bordering virginia.
  • Maryland the narrowest state, bordered by the mason-dixon line to the north, and the north-arching potomac river to the south.
  • Maryland is a life sciences hub with over 350 biotechnology firms, making it the third-largest such cluster in the nation.
Area Info
  • A quirk of maryland\'s geography is that the state contains no natural lakes.
  • The united states census bureau has defined three combined statistical areas (csas).
  • Six metropolitan statistical areas (msas).
  • Four micropolitan statistical areas (μsas) in the state of maryland.
Why Visit
  • Maryland offers vacationers a multitude of water activities.
  • Including swimming, boating, fishing, surfing and kayaking.
  • Maryland beaches are the perfect spot for a relaxing getaway, and golfers will find a number of outstanding scenic Maryland golf courses to play.
  • The chesapeake bay nearly bisects the state.
Best Time
  • Maryland has top travel destinations for every season. 
  • For winter sports and outdoors, Deep Greek Lake is a popular reference.
Transport

The Maryland Department of Transportation, headquartered in the Hanover area of unincorporated Anne Arundel County, oversees transportation in the state.

Roads:-

  • Maryland\'s Interstate highways include I-95, which enters the northeast portion of the state, goes through Baltimore, and becomes part of the eastern section of the Capital Beltway to the Woodrow Wilson Bridge.
  • Major state highways include Routes 2 (Governor Ritchie Highway/Solomons Island Road), 4 (Solomons Island Road), 5 (Branch Avenue/Leonardtown Road/Point Lookout Road), 32, 45 (York Road), 97 (Georgia Avenue), 100 (Paul T. Pitcher Memorial Highway), 210 (Indian Head Highway), 235 (Three Notch Road), 295 (Baltimore-Washington Parkway), 355, and 404.

Airports:-

  • Maryland\'s largest airport is Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (formerly known as Friendship Airport and recently renamed for Baltimore-born former and first African-American Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall).
  • The Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C. are also serviced by the other two airports in the region, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and Dulles International Airport, both in Northern Virginia.

Trains:-

  • Amtrak trains serve Baltimore\'s Penn Station, BWI Airport, New Carrollton, and Aberdeen along the Northeast Corridor.
  • MARC commuter trains, operated by the State\'s Transit Authority, connect nearby Washington, D.C., Frederick, Baltimore, and many towns between.
  • The Maryland Transit Administration\'s light rail and short subway system serve Baltimore City and adjacent suburbs.

Shipping Canals:-

  • Located on Maryland\'s Eastern Shore lies the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal.
Precautions
  • Travellers should be aware that the US shares with the rest of the world an increased threat from terrorist incidents.
  • Hurricanes are common between June and November.
  • Putting the southern USA, including the Gulf Coast and the eastern US, at risk.
  • There is a risk of wildfires in many dry areas in the US, particularly on the West Coast from March to November
Lifestyle
  • Maryland\'s quality of life-ranks high compared to other states.
  • The house of edgar allen poe also shapes the culture of baltimore, as does baltimore’s support for music and the arts.
  • Baltimore is an important city in maryland, with many attractions.
  • Such as its inner harbor, a lively place for shopping, dining, nightlife, people watching, and the national aquarium.