Maryland’s Heritage Areas – Comfortable Driving and Easy Walking

Maryland’s Heritage Areas feature prominently in two new national lists, for the 50 Most Comfortable Touring Drives, and Best Walking Cities.

According to a new survey by the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company and American Byways, 70 percent of Americans are planning to take at least one road trip this fall. American Byways worked with Goodyear to create a list of the 50 Most Comfortable Touring Drives for these fall roadtrippers, and the list includes several Maryland Heritage Areas:

In addition to its driveablity, the Baltimore Heritage Area also boasts walkability. Baltimore appears in Prevention Magazine’s new list of the Best Walking Cities. Listed at number 15, the Baltimore Heritage Area features a three mile Heritage Walk that links 20 historic sites and museums around the city and spans four centuries of American history.

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