A diverse city with a beautiful harbor
Baltimore also has quirky but friendly people, distinct neighborhoods, and unique museums. The city has even a sundry of LGBTQ communities with the Mount Vernon area being its pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. It is more understated than Chelsea of NYC and smaller than Dupont Circle in Washington D.C., Mount Vernon is nonetheless a thriving cultural center by day. The real fun begins, of course, once the sun sets and the nightspots keep partygoers dancing until the wee hours of the morning. With hundreds of identified districts, Baltimore has sometimes been dubbed “a city of neighborhoods,” but is more commonly known as “Charm City.” Other areas of interest and activity are .Fells Point, Inner Harbor, Harbor East and Station North.
The culture lends itself to the venues. There are some great restaurants with harbor views, but do not forget to order Baltimore’s famous crab cakes. The original Washington monument located in Mount Vernon. Visitors to the top can see a view of the city like non other. Nightclub and bar with their colorful and diverse style are waiting as well. Baltimoreans take PRIDE in their city, boasting one of the most remarkable transformations in history. They continue to welcome and amaze visitors with “down to earth, small town” spirit and hospitality with a big heart for the LGBTQ community. John Waters’s director of the famous “Hairspray” movies calls “B-more” home.