city in southeastern Maryland, United States

Salisbury is the largest city on the Eastern Shore (Maryland).

Salisbury, Main Street

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Map of Salisbury (Maryland)

By carEdit

U.S. Route 13 is the main north-south route serving Salisbury, providing access from Dover, Wilmington, and Philadelphia to the north and from Norfolk to the south via the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. U.S. Route 50 is the main east-west route serving Salisbury, providing access from Ocean City to the east and from Baltimore and Washington, D.C. to the west via the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.

By planeEdit

Salisbury is about a 2 hour drive from the Baltimore (BWI IATA) airport or about 3 hours from Washington Dulles Airport (IAD IATA). It is a pretty drive that passes over the Chesapeake Bay on the Bay Bridge. There is also a small airport in Salisbury (SBY IATA), which is serviced by American Airlines with nonstop flights to Philadelphia and Charlotte.

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  • 1 The Centre at Salisbury, 2300 N Salisbury Blvd, +1 410-548-1600. M-Sa 10AM-9PM, Su 11AM-6PM. The only regional mall on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, The Centre at Salisbury is anchored by Macy's, Boscov's, Sears, and Dick's Sporting Goods and has over 85 stores, a food court, and a 16-screen Regal Cinemas.    
  • The Country Store on Main Street is huge and advertises itself as the Largest Country Store in the East. Huge array of Vera Bradley bags and accessories.

EatEdit

  • Market Street Inn, 130 West Market St, +1 410-742-4145. Excellent food including seafood and steaks; the Portuguese Bishop Rolls served with a variety of oils and vinegars are not to be missed; good wine list. Moderate to expensive.

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Salisbury is a quick 40 minute drive to the Atlantic Coast. Ocean City is a popular nearby destination.

Routes through Salisbury
DoverLaurel  N   S  Princess AnneNorfolk
AnnapolisCambridge  W   E  Ocean CityEND


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