EBHS 2013 Transportation Tips

DRIVING:

The Tremont Suites Hotel is at 222 St. Paul Place in Baltimore, just off I-95 and I-83. http://www.tremontplazahotel.com/directions-and-parking.htm

Valet parking is available at the entrance. Cheaper parking is available a block to the west on North Charles Street.

FROM PENN STATION IN BALTIMORE:

Taxicab fare should be about $7.

The free Charm City Circulator bus is an option. Take the Purple Route from Penn Station to St. Paul and Saratoga Street.

FROM BWI AIRPORT:

The light rail train from the airport to downtown Baltimore is a steal at $1.60 one-way. It would drop you off about a half-mile south of the hotel. If it's a nice day and you're traveling light, it's not a bad walk up North Charles St. or St. Paul St. Otherwise, a cab shouldn't be much more than $5.

Alternatively, there are shuttle services from BWI to Baltimore city. The going price seems to be about $16 one-way from the airport to the train station, probably a similar amount to the hotel. 

GO Airport Shuttle has an EBHS discount ($13 from BWI) and a reservation web link for us: http://theairportshuttle.hudsonltd.net/res?USERIDENTRY=EBHS&LOGON=GO

A taxicab from BWI should have a flat rate of $30.

FROM REAGAN NATIONAL AIRPORT OR DULLES AIRPORT IN WASHINGTON, DC:

From Reagan National, your cheapest option is to take the Metro subway to Union Station and from there take a MARC train to Baltimore, for about $10 one-way. Then take a taxicab ($7) or Charm City Circulator bus (free) to the Tremont.

Shuttles to Baltimore are much more costly, but are available from Reagan National and Dulles Airports. GO Airport Shuttle has direct shuttles to the Tremont from both (see above link).

WHILE IN BALTIMORE

The Charm City Circulator buses are free, convenient, and go to most of the city's most popular attractions and neighborhoods: http://www.charmcitycirculator.com/content/route-maps

Taxicabs in Baltimore are said to be inexpensive.

If driving, be aware that car break-ins are not uncommon. Parking your car on the street overnight is not likely to end well, nor is parking your car with possible valuables (even a briefcase) showing.

From the Tremont it's an easy walk north to the Mount Vernon Cultural District or south to the Inner Harbor downtown district.