Road tripping and car rentals aren’t for everyone. Luckily, the U.S. is home to some of the best transit hubs in the world, and they also happen to be world-class destinations. From hopping on a cable car in San Francisco to circling Washington D.C.’s blossom-dotted Tidal Basin, you can easily see many of America’s best destinations on foot. Here are the top walkable cities in the U.S. as determined by Walk Score.
#10: Baltimore, Maryland
If succulent crab and and free museums are your thing, Marlyand’s historic port city of Baltimore is probably one of the best weekend trips you’ve never considered. Summer and fall mean festivals galore—seafood, wine, Belgian beer, oysters, jazz, and rhythm & blues festivals are just a few that take place between April and November.
Stroll around Little Italy, bike along the harbor, and mill about downtown on a Segway tour or seafood crawl. Don’t forget to stop in at the Baltimore Museum of Art or the Walters Art Museum—both are free.