When you live here, you’ll enjoy a surprisingly affordable cost of living and have access to some of the finest restaurants, cultural attractions and sporting events in the country. In the fall, the Ravens are throwing touchdowns at M&T Bank Stadium; in the spring, the Orioles are hitting home runs at Camden Yards. Annually, the city hosts more than 100 community festivals, concerts and events.
Baltimore’s restaurants offer a choice for every appetite. Sample Maryland’s specialty crab dishes or dine on fine cuisine from a more distant locale. And when you’re in the mood to browse – or to buy – look no further than the abundance of retail and antique shops that line the city’s streets.
Baltimore is attracting more and more business and growing as an employment center, with major employers like Legg Mason, Wachovia, Bank of America and more.