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San Diego to Baltimore Route Information

Travel Distance:2,292 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Southwest Airlines
Weekly Flights:1
Avg. Flight Duration:5.10 Hours

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Airports in San Diego

San Diego International Airport is the main airport serving the city of San Diego, California. It is an international airport situated around 4.8 kilometers away from the city's center. The airport is owned & operated by San Diego County Regional Airport Authority. It is a focus city for Alaska Airlines & Southwest Airlines. Both passenger and cargo services are offered by the airport to domestic and international destinations. These destinations include San Jose, London, Tokyo, Calgary, Mexico City, Atlanta, Sacramento, Chicago, Las Vegas, and more. The airport is well connected to the city via public transportation, rental cars, taxis, ride shares, shuttles, and more.

Explore Baltimore

Situated in Maryland is the largest independent city in the United States, Baltimore. The city is an important seaport in the State. Situated here is the famous John Hopkins University. The city has various museums and historical sites such Fort McHenry National Monument, Baltimore Museum of Art, Walters Art Museum, American Visionary Art Museum, and Maryland Science Center. Add the National Aquarium to your list, if you are visiting with kids. Head to the Harborplace to see skills and art performed by the local artists. With several shops, the place is a worth visit for any shopaholic.

Things to Do in Baltimore

Patterson Park

A marble fountain, swimming pool, lake, pagoda and dog park can be found in this 300-year- old park, where locals and visitors congregate for seasonal events and concerts. The Pagoda atop Hampstead Hill-formerly called the Observatory was built in 1890 and crowns the park, affording unobstructed city views.


Harborplace, an attractive modern complex with two glass-enclosed pavilions in historical style, is both a shopping centre and market, with large number of shops, restaurants and open spaces. Street artists display their skills in the Amphitheatre on the Promenade.

National Aquarium

Located on Pier 3 and 4, the National Aquarium in Baltimore is a joint effort with another location in Washington, DC. The aquarium in Baltimore features marine life in various exhibits, from sharks and dolphins, to hundreds of exotic species found in the Atlantic Coral Reef Exhibit. Of note is the five-storey Tropical Rain Forest, with all kinds of birds, frogs, and a variety of larger mammals, such as sloths and monkeys.

Best Time to Fly to Baltimore

The best time to visit Baltimore is from June to August, but you will have to book early. While summer brings heavy crowds, peak season hotel rates and soaring temperatures, the city overflows with unique events and festivities. Spring and fall usher in milder temperatures, but the winter months can get quite chilly, so be sure to arm yourself with plenty of layers if you plan to visit Cham City at this time of year. And don’t forget your boots - precipitation is common year-round.

Baltimore Travelers' Reviews

Baltimore late summer vacation

Great city with lots of fun and activities in the bay area, amazing crab fishing, so delicious - Alessandro  Oct 16, 2021