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Getting to Baltimore
Flying is the most recommended form of transportation if you wish to travel to Baltimore. The estimated flight time from New Orleans to the Baltimore-Washington International Airport is around two hours and 30 minutes. Direct and connecting flights are available through the Louis Armstrong International Airport in New Orleans.

If you prefer driving, New Orleans to Baltimore will take you roughly 17 hours so it is recommended you leave a day or more ahead of the game to plan accordingly. The easiest route is via I-59N and I-81N.

Transportation from BWIA
There are ten rental car services available at Baltimore-Washington International Airport, located at Stoney Run Road and New Ridge Road. A free shuttle service is available for customers every ten minutes. For more information on rental cars, visit here.

You can also hail a cab from Baltimore-Washington International to Baltimore Inner Harbor for approximately $35 while ride-shard services are available outside Arrivals for approximately $17. All prices are subject to change.

Getting to M&T Bank Stadium
Public transportation is available to get to the M&T Bank Stadium by using Light Rail. Light Rail runs past traffic from north and south of Baltimore and stops at Hamburg Street Stop conveniently adjacent to the stadium. Metro Subway is the choice for smart football fans coming from east and west of Baltimore with station stops at Charles Center and Lexington Market leaving a short walk to the game. One-way passes can be purchased for $1.60, round-trip for $3.20, and day passes can be purchased for $3.50. For more information on transit services, visit here.

If using a ride-share service, fans will exit M&T Bank Stadium via Gate A and head down Ravens Walk towards the dedicated Uber Pickup Zone at Home Plate Plaza, adjacent to Lot A.

Parking at M&T Bank Stadium
Non-disabled parking for M&T Bank Stadium events is typically sold in advance and is by permit only. For Ravens games, all stadium lots are sold out to permit holders. If you do not have a permit for a stadium lot, purchase parking with Parking Panda or view a map of downtown parking options.

RV Parking
RV and Camper parking is permitted on Lot H. For information and guidelines, visit here.

Local RV Parks:

Bar Harbor RV Park
4228 Birch Ave
Abingdon, MD 21009
(410) 679-0880

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