Baltimore is one of the oldest major cities in the country, and along with it you are going to find a large number of options available to you. So if you are moving to the area you are in luck, as there is plenty of entertainment available for you and anyone else who is coming along with you.
For starters, the public transportation is suitable, although there is nothing overly special about it. The bus system is efficient and there are plenty of taxis, plus the traffic isn't as bad as other major cities in the area. It is easy enough to drive throughout the area as well.
There are excellent sources of entertainment throughout Baltimore for apartment renters to enjoy. If you are looking for sporting events, this is one of the very best sporting venues in the entire country, with almost all of these facilities showcasing history and tradition, and although Camden Yard for the Baltimore Ravens is a newer stadium, it has an excellent throwback to stadiums of old.
If seafood is your passion than this is an excellent city for you. With the harbor right off of Baltimore, you are going to experience some of the very best seafood in the entire country, especially if crabs and oysters are something you enjoy.
In terms of rental price, this entire region can be a bit expensive. Due to this, you need to monitor where you want to live. The downtown area by the harbor offers some of the most expensive apartments, although you have some excellent views of the water and the downtown scene. A few miles west though there are excellent options by the high schools, and this is still a quick drive right downtown to all of the activities and events that you can share with your family and anyone else who moves with you.Source: The Baltimore, MD housing data displayed above is derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).