Getting to Maryland
There are many forms of transportation that can be used to travel to Maryland and during your stay. Maryland has three commercial and many regional and commuter airports. Maryland is a nice drive for the East Coast and neighboring areas from Toronto to Charlotte, N.C. You may decide to travel by rail and take Amtrak and while you are here, use our MARC trains, subway or light rail for local travel. With Maryland being so close to the water and having several ports and many marinas, you may decide to come by water and enjoy the beauty of the Chesapeake Bay. Maryland welcomes you which ever way you choose to travel.
State-Operated Welcome Centers Provide: Quality Service, Knowledgeable Staff, Statewide Information, Hotel Reservation Assistance, Greeting of Motorcoaches, Assistance with Travel, Itineraries, Maps, Travel Guides, Calendar of Events, Hunting and Fishing Information, Brochures, Camping and Biking and Water Trails Information, Cultural and Historical Attractions.
Whether you're going to the beach or the mountains, we want you to enjoy your trip safely. Here are some tips to keep in mind before, and while, you travel.
Check out our county tourism web sites for more information about your stay in Maryland.
Escape the highway, enjoy a byway – for a relaxing road trip to explore charming towns, the splendor of nature and hidden gems.
Maryland offers a world of travel opportunities and there are a variety of experiences for groups. There are a number of options, from the mountains to the bay to the ocean; there is something for everyone. Our close proximity to Washington, DC, provides ample opportunity for senior, student or performing groups.