Although Baltimore still holds onto its working-class, gritty city roots, it's also the site of a massive urban redevelopment initiative. The revitalized Inner Harbor area - complete with a plethora of shops and restaurants - remains a vital and important U.S. port.
And the city is home to Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Hospital - one of the most prestigious medical facilities in the world and one of the city's top employers. (In other words, for nomads and entrepreneurs within the medical/healthcare/biotech fields, this is the place to be.) The specialties of neurosurgery, pediatrics, and child psychiatry were all formed here - and today, the hospital remains at the forefront for modern heart surgery, genetic engineering, and neurotransmitter research.
Baltimore retains its diversity with the presence of 72 distinct neighborhoods. For foodies, head to Fells Point to try some famous Maryland blue crab and a vibrant nightlife scene. The newer Harbor East area offers more upscale restaurants, plus a number of trendy boutiques. Or, wander around the indoor Lexington Market - what many locals claim as the best place to experience the "real" Baltimore.
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