This cozy neighborhood is located in downtown Baltimore in between the Inner Harbor and historic Fells Point. Millions of people visit Little Italy every year, and when they come, they eat well. The neighborhood is loaded with family-owned restaurants, serving dishes, they say, just like mamma used to make.
Little Italy is also known for its festivals and neighborhood events. From bocce ball games and tournaments to outdoor movies and pasta dinners, the neighborhood calendar is always busy. Don’t want to worry about a schedule? Its narrow streets are nice for strolling without a plan.
Baltimore’s Little Italy is a short walk from the Inner Harbor. Visitors can also come by water taxi, subway or car. Along with free street parking (three-hour limit), there are many parking lots for those who plan to stay longer and many restaurants offer free parking.