This July, join us at SREB’s summer conferences and find out why Baltimore has been named “the coolest city on the East coast,” “one of the top 20 travel destinations for 2019,” “a mini family vacation that won’t break the bank,” “one of America’s most artistic towns,” and “one of the most exciting food cities” – and earned a spot on “the Great American Barbecue Bucket List.”
We’ve partnered with the Baltimore Convention Center and Baltimore Visitor Center to introduce you to all Charm City has to offer. Learn more at Visit Baltimore, or check out these guides:
Baltimore’s Show Your Badge Program
Baltimore is bursting with restaurants and attractions all around town. And as an SREB conference attendee, you are eligible for exclusive discounts. Just show your conference badge at participating establishments to receive a special promotion or discount. .
For more information, to make reservations or to plan your itinerary, stop by the Convention Concierge at the Baltimore Convention Center, call 1-877-Baltimore, or visit the Baltimore Visitor Center at the Inner Harbor at 401 Light Street.
The very knowledgeable Visit Baltimore staff is available to assist attendees with restaurant recommendations, attractions information, leisure activities and all things Baltimore. The concierge line — 1-877-Baltimore — is available Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Charm City Circulator
The Charm City Circulator services residents, downtown employees, students, tourists and anyone else who wishes to ride. The shuttle is intended to reduce congestion and greenhouse gas pollution by offering a convenient, reliable and eco-friendly form of public transportation.
The CCC consists of four separate routes:
- Green Route: City Hall to Fells Point to Johns Hopkins
- Purple Route: 33rd Street to Federal Hill
- Orange Route: Hollins Market to Harbor East
- Banner Route: Inner Harbor to Fort McHenry
This free shuttle arrives every 10-15 minutes at the designated stops on each route.
The Baltimore Convention Center is located on the Orange Route (Hollins Market – Harbor East). Visit the CCC website to view or download route maps.