One of the most popular vacation destinations there is, Orlando is bursting with exciting attractions and fun activities for all ages. Well known for its plethora of popular theme parks, Orlando is a great spot to bring the kids for an unmatched magical experience. There is never a shortage of things to do, so visit the central Florida hot spot to explore and discover every single year.
THINGS TO DO
Explore all kinds of unique sights and attractions including Madame Tussauds, indoor skydiving, SEA LIFE Aquarium, Cirque du Soleil, water parks, Kennedy Space Center, golf courses, Crayola Experience, and more.
From Disney Parks, to SeaWorld, Universal Studios, and Epcot, there is a theme park for everyone. Each features wild rides, fun restaurants, live shows, and even fun characters. Be sure to give yourself a whole day at each one.
Whether you want to see art, history, or live music and dance, you'll find it in Orlando. You'll find the Orlando Shakespeare Theater, Harry P. Leu Gardens, Cornell Fine Arts Museum, and the Orlando Ballet.
You'll find a variety of nightclubs, bars, and hotspots to party in during your vacation. Listen to some live music, drink refreshing cocktails, or enjoy a quieter atmosphere. There are even Disney themed bars in the parks.
Orlando has a wide selection of premium outlets, sprawling shopping malls, cute boutiques, and of course, souvenir shops that are easily accessible. Whatever your shopping or gift needs may be, Orlando won't disappoint.
If you're not dining at one of the many park restaurants, you will have plenty of options. Orlando has every kind of food and every style of eatery from diner and kid-friendly joints, to upscale steakhouses and Irish pubs.
Orlando features sunshine and warm temperatures year-round. And while this makes it a great vacation spot, others think that as well. When planning your trip, keep school vacations and summers in mind, as Orlando tends to get very busy during those times. There is a lot of public transportation available in Orlando, just be sure to check the rates and the specific stops before planning your vacation itinerary. Also check to see if your home resort offers free shuttle service to any of your desired attractions.
- If you're traveling with young kids, a stroller is a key necessity when spending a day at the parks. Bring your own or rent one so the kids can nap to avoid getting overtired.
- While Orlando isn't home to any beaches, there are several that are about an hour and a half away, including Cocoa Beach, Canaveral National Seashore, and Daytona Beach.
- Orlando has three airports, giving you more options for scheduling and planning your flights.
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