Orlando, Florida

Orlando, Florida

Orlando is for the young at heart. Whatever your taste in sport, entertainment or food, Orlando has it all. The perfect vacation for all ages, this world-class destination offers something for everyone and is home to more than a dozen theme parks including Walt Disney World, Epcot, and Universal Studios.

Welcome To Orlando The City Beautiful Sign On The International Drive In Orlando, Florida. File photo: Sibuet Benjamin, Shutterstock.com, licensed.
Welcome To Orlando The City Beautiful Sign in Orlando, Florida. File photo: Paulo Almeida Photography, Shutterstock.com, licensed.

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Most people visit Orlando several times as once is never enough to enjoy what this magic city has to offer. If you really want to do it and see it all, you would need more than 65 eight-hour days; and in all likelihood by the time you have been there, done that something new and even more exciting will have been added to the scene. Spectacular landscapes and sunny weather only add to the joy of an Orlando vacation.



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Entrance of Walt Disney World approximately 25 miles from Orlando in Kissimmee, Florida. File photo: Jerome Labouyrie, Shutterstock.com, licensed.
Entrance of Walt Disney World approximately 25 miles from Orlando in Kissimmee, Florida. File photo: Jerome Labouyrie, Shutterstock.com, licensed.

Experience the thrill of indoor skydiving or soaring over Central Florida in a glider, WWII fighter plane, and helicopter or hot air balloon. Drench yourself in fun and excitement as you splash and spin through unforgettable water rides at the area’s water parks and water ski parks. Thrilling roller coaster rides, fantasy islands, and other adventures await you. Animal lovers will see sea mammals and other animals to their hearts content at Sea World or the zoos. There are numerous unique indoor attractions, ranging from the weird and unusual to the historic and the spectacular.

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At the end of a day of fun you can recharge your batteries at any of the many nightspots in Orlando. From fine dining and supper shows to dancing until dawn, the choices are endless. Enjoy every type of cuisine at one of 5,000 restaurants in the city, ranging from those overlooking the city and lakes to trendy outdoor cafés.

Orlando Science Center in Orlando, Florida, a private science museum. February 20, 2020. File photo: JHVEPhoto, Shutterstock.com, licensed.
Orlando Science Center in Orlando, Florida, a private science museum. February 20, 2020. File photo: JHVEPhoto, Shutterstock.com, licensed.

Head to downtown Orlando, as the locals would, to check out the pubs, sports bars, comedy clubs, martini bars, dance clubs, and sophisticated lounges. Shoppers are in serious danger of getting shopped out at the nine malls located throughout Orlando or at the antique districts and upscale boutiques. Souvenirs for friends at home from Orlando’s themed shopping villages will be the perfect choice. Orlando is a golfer’s paradise with over 160 golf courses.

The Central Business District of Orlando, or Downtown Orlando, is home to City Hall, office towers and 19th-century buildings.
The Central Business District of Orlando, or Downtown Orlando, is home to City Hall, office towers and 19th-century buildings. Photo credit ShutterStock.com, licensed.

There are hotels of all prices here, ranging from exotic castles, to African safari camps and turn-of-the-century beach resorts or golf resorts. Make the most of the local attraction like Discovery Cove, Gatorland, Orlando Science Center, and the Titanic.

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