Rating 3.48 out of 5 659 reviews
Lots of development happening right now: residences, restaurants, businesses. Great place to put roots down long term.
Baltimore is a beautiful and historic city, however, it is clear that there are parts if the city that are the focus (financially) of big business and government and thus some portions of the city are being built up very nicely, specifically commercial areas, while many other parts of the city (i.e. residential neighborhoods, urban areas) are neglected. In other words, the city loves to advertise and promote the nice parts, while ignoring parts where income and value are low. As someone from Baltimore and has seen it when it was thriving and now see where there are only certain pockets thriving, it is a bit disheartening.
It’s better when you actually live here. The news makes it seem dirty and ghetto but it’s cool here really. Most people are nice, lots of places to go and to see. Nothing like what you hear about on tv.
There is nothing to do here but smoke and eat fast food. If you want good food for a reasonable price, your going to have to drive out of Baltimore. Bunch of drugs and fighting in schools. They schools DO NOT care about you unless your a athlete or a 4.0 student. Loud, annoying, rude people. Like 5% people in Baltimore are nice. Personal I never liked Baltimore but I had no choice but to move here and I’m ready to GO.
Its very dangerous! I dont think anyone should stay here. I mean, its a nice town but it is a very dangerous one too. I used to live here.
Baltimore is an awesome city, with really awesome people. We have very good food, seafood especially. Our parks are nice and we have wonderful entertainment venues. We have some really cool views of the city like over Druid hill Park you can clear to downtown. Our culture and diversity of people if phenomenal!
Baltimore has lots of cool stores and restaurants to check out. It's a city, so it can be pretty noisy at all times.
Baltimore is a diverse city. There are a lot of nice areas and good restaurants. The crime is high. It isn't always the safest.
It is a very diverse city with many opportunities. I wish the inner city would change and there weren’t so may murders.
Baltimore is not a place for opportunity. There is lots of violence, lost youth, and a lack of support to fix it.
Since I move to Baltimore City about 6 years ago it has been great, you get to experience and see new things every day. In addition to experiencing new things Baltimore is very diverse, and people here like to experience different cultures very often. I would change the amount of violence and poverty here in the city and make it a safer place to live, especially for the youth so they can have a new perspective on life and not have to worry about local violence or having the area they live in define them and their future.
There is plenty to do and a lot of diversity. I enjoy participating in community sports as well as volunteering at the local animal shelter.
I love living in Baltimore. Originally from the Midwest, Baltimore is a good city to get the city experience from. Lots of cool spots to walk around, eat at, and enjoy the sights of. Friendly population and plenty of potential for growth and involvement!
Baltimore is a very different city. It is displayed as dangerous, that it is, but it is also very wholesome and warm. We have tons of activities that we can all do with our families, friends, and neighbors. We through a lot of “Block Parties” and cookouts throughout the year, but more so in the summer. Even though the news depicts the worse parts about this city, there is some good that keeps us all wanting to stay here longer.
Baltimore is a very interesting city. I love it here. I have a lot of family here scattered all through out the city and I went to one of the best high schools here. There is a catch, however - the violence. Baltimore is notoriously known for its violent tendencies and history. It is also known for its wide-spread poverty. The culture here some what over shadows it this aspect however, sense it essentially adopted such negativity.
I love that Baltimore has a small town feel and that the city is easy to navigate. I wish that there was less crime and hope that the city can become a bit safer in the future.
I love the vibrancy and the history of Baltimore especially the history and vibrancy of the neighborhoods of my culture and other people of color. The interactions between people usually ends up with being a full conversation about everything underneath the Sun. However, many neighborhoods like my own, suffer from poverty and crime which has given us the perception that we are not civilized or that we do not care for our environment. Many people from around the area have put in action and their own money so that we can improve. The strength, love, and compassion of the past seeps into our present with every action towards building our community up and that is why I have a devotion to my city.