Maryland GuideMaryland on the Mid-Atlantic, nicknamed America in Miniature, has a little bit of everything: both sea and mountain, urban and rural, historic and modern. HotelsFind hotels in Baltimore, Takoma Park, Ocean City, Annapolis and more.
Popular in MarylandBaltimoreBaltimore is a popular tourist destination in Maryland, in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States of America, near Washington, D.C. Takoma ParkTakoma Park is a city on the edge of Washington, D.C. in Montgomery County. It is bordered by the Takoma neighborhood of Washington, D.C, which share an elevated Metro station, Takoma on the Red line. Assateague IslandAssateague Island is a beautiful barrier island, administrated by park services, permanently uninhabited, and most famous for its charismatic wild ponies.
In MarylandCentral MarylandThis region of Maryland contains both its capital, Annapolis and its most populous city, Baltimore. Capital RegionThe Capital Region of Maryland consists of the counties near Washington, D.C, which contain sprawling and densely populated suburbs, as well as numerous satellite cities. Eastern ShoreFor other places with the same name, see Eastern Shore. The Eastern Shore region is Maryland's part of the Delmarva Peninsula, which is shared with Delaware and Virginia's Eastern Shore. Western MarylandWestern Maryland traditionally consists of Allegany, Garrett, and Washington counties. Southern MarylandSouthern Maryland consists of Calvert, Charles and St. Mary’s counties. Until recently, Southern Maryland's economy was fueled by tobacco and watermen.
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