Maryland is a small east coast state known for its natural beauty and numerous scenic landscapes. It’s also full of picturesque charm. If you are looking for a location that is full of natural attractions then this is the place for you. Be sure to carry your camera as you are definitely going to need one unless you don’t want to keep the amazing natural beauty of Maryland as part of your memory. Towing service is also available so you don’t have to worry about the minor accidents that happen on the road.
Plenty of people get to know about Maryland because of Baltimore, the biggest city in Maryland. However, the charming parts of Maryland are actually the small towns. There are plenty of choices in terms of activities; from coffee shops for coffee lovers, boutique shopping for the shopaholics and also the historic buildings for those who love to go site seeing. Read on to find out which towns are considered most beautiful in Maryland.
Yes. There is another place called Berlin apart from the capital of Germany. There is no association between the two ‘Berlins’ and even the locals say that the name Berlin does not originate from German, but rather it is derived from the name of a certain old tavern called Burleigh Inn, that was once located in the town. Berlin, Maryland is found in Worcester County.
Berlin town is home to Ocean City, a beach destination that is loved by many tourists, historic buildings and has a vibe relaxing vibe that is perfect for those seeking places where they can relax and just enjoy the location. This town has amazing architecture combined with its natural beauty that you don’t even have to think had to know why classic films like Runaway Bride and Tuck Everlasting were filmed here.
Chesapeake is a tiny town found on the Delaware and Chesapeake Canal. It is a little section of Maryland that is full of history and charm. Bordered by fields and trees, this beautiful town lies just on the edge of the waterfront. The trees and fields turn a beautiful burnished bronze plus orange or lush green according to the season thereby filling this town with amazing color and warmth.
This town has largely remained untouched because it still has an incredible proportion of houses and buildings from the 19th century. These vintage houses and buildings have been converted to restaurants and inns. There is a local museum which is perfect for you if you want to get to experience the culture and heritage of Chesapeake town.
This town has nautical adventure, romantic spaces and historic charm, according to its motto and quite frankly, it does not disappoint. It is lined with old fashioned houses, restaurants and boutiques. For the sea lovers, the harbor is an amazing spot for strolling or relaxing as you take in the wonderful views from the boats to the ocean.
One of the best attractions of St. Michaels town is the Hooper Straight Light, the historic lighthouse. It falls among the four Chesapeake Bay lighthouses constructed in the one-of-a-kind design of a screw-pile.
So there you have it, the most beautiful tows in Maryland. The inhabitants of Maryland are also known to be very friendly so be sure to be friendly when you visit any of the above towns.