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Jan 7, 2013 - Magnificent Maryland

Maryland is a multi-varied state that covers the shores of the Atlantic, to the urban centers of Washington and Baltimore, to the Appalachian Mountains, and a versatile way to see a lot of Maryland is with a charter bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus chartered from Bus Charter Maryland. Using a charter bus allows you to see more of Maryland’s multitude of tourist attractions on your own schedule, at your own pace.

Maryland’s most popular attraction is Eastern Shore. The beaches and beautiful natural areas, together with many historic towns draws in charter bus tourists and vacationers, especially during the summer months. Good food, easy living, curio and antique shopping, sailing, bird watching or just lazing on the beach is why you should visit Eastern Shore in your charter bus.

For a fun day in Baltimore, take a charter bus to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. This historic harbor holds eateries and restaurants, shopping, sights and museums. Pay a visit to the National Aquarium, or walk amongst the tall ships at the Historic Ship Museum. Other attractions in Camden Yards, where the Orioles play, Maryland Science Center and the Pier Six Pavilion. Get your charter bus to wait a while while you take a Harbor cruise to enjoy picture postcard views of the Baltimore skyline.

Known as the sailing capital of America, Annapolis City Dock is a short charter bus ride away downtown Baltimore and Washington D.C. It’s easy to spend a day in Annapolis, which has more 18th century buildings than any other city in America. Shopping and dining are popular activities, and Annapolis City Dock is the focal point of many visitor attractions in Annapolis. If you’re here on the weekend, enjoy the parade of expensive yachts on the Annapolis waterfront known to the locals as “Ego Alley”. Sightseeing cruises are available of Chesapeake Bay, and a visit to the National Sailing Hall of Fame is worth seeing the highlights of American sailing achievements.

If you prefer to spend your day wandering around a representation of America during its beginnings as an industrial state, take a charter bus trip to historic Ellicott City. This former milling and flour production center was instrumental in developing milling and farming technology for early America, and became home to many millers and merchants. Today, Ellicott City has many antique and speciality shops to delight the visitor. Several historic buildings are preserved as visitor centers and museums. Among these are the Ellicott City B&O Railroad Station Museum, the oldest surviving railroad station in America.

Seeing Maryland’s many attractions is made easy with a charter bus from Bus Charter Maryland. Plan your visit by making call to Bus Charter Maryland, and choose from their fleet of charter vehicles to suit any group size or need.