Orlando is a vibrant, family orientated city in Florida with so much to offer alongside the fabulous theme parks which it is best known for.
Along with Disney World, Orlando also boasts Universal Orlando Resort, SeaWorld Orlando and Legoland Florida. If you’re planning a trip to Orlando, its good advice to buy attraction passes before you travel.
Legoland Florida, Universal Orlando and SeaWorld tickets 2014 are all available online and sometimes at a cheaper cost than buying on arrival. Websites continuously offer special deals for families travelling to Orlando, so shop around for the best opportunities.
As well as the theme parks, Orlando has a vibrant arts and culture scene. From the Florida film festival to fine arts museums and theatre, don’t forget to take in some of the background of this lively city.
Spas in Orlando often get forgotten but this city has some world renowned spas such as the Waldorf Astoria Spa and the Ritz – Carlton Florida. Indulge in some pampering before heading off to the shopping malls and outlets including world famous Saks and Bloomingdales.
For the more adventurous who want something a little different to theme parks, Orlando offers a host of outdoor activities. Ride an airboat through the swampy wilderness and watch for Alligators or fly in an open cockpit 1930’s biplane. Golf courses are also plentiful here, with over 150 possibilities along with over 100 well stocked fishing and boating lakes. Multiple zip lines are available throughout the area and these are a fun activity for the young and old. Cheer on the baseball team at the new Arnway centre or play a game of crazy golf as a family.
When the sun goes down, the nightlife in Orlando heats up. If you have children with you, there are many dinner shows geared towards the whole family while adults enjoying some time alone will appreciate the bars and clubs along with live music and comedy shows.
Whether you want the full theme park experience, or some glamour thrown in with relaxation, Orlando has it all.
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