ORLANDO, the land of Walt Disney World and Universal Studios, has more visitors today, than any other place in the state. Famous places like the Sea World, Kennedy Space Centre and all sorts of themed attractions, make it a home to more than 25 million visitors annually, making it a Mecca for tourists around the world. It’s Central Florida location, with Gulf and Atlantic beaches within 60 miles, account for Orlando’s phenomenal growth potential.
The Metro Orlando, which is renowned worldwide for its tropical climate and relaxed lifestyle, can be reached through three different airports: Orlando, Daytona Beach, and Sanford. Once there, you find it very easy to move around in the Orlando’s Magic Kingdom.
A huge network of buses, monorails, ferries and water taxis run throughout the city, connecting all the parks and attractions before, during and for a couple of hours after opening up. Of course, Concierge Transportation is another great way to get around here! A sound word of advise is to carry a good sun-blocker and use it because Sunburn, is a major cause of concern.
Just 30 minutes southwest of downtown Orlando, is the beautiful Walt Disney World. Envisioned as a destination for people to keep coming back to see the latest and greatest, time after time. Every night, 9pm onwards, a spectacular closing-time bash is organized by each Walt Disney World park, usually involving fireworks and fountains. It’s a sure delight for the tired part of you at the end of the day, so don’t miss it.
And if you happen to be among those who are fascinated by the world of movie and entertainment, then Universal Studios Orlando is the right place for you. It is part of a massive entertainment complex where you can see working film sets, sample the work of world famous chefs, and ride attractions.
Moreover, your Orlando vacation can just not be complete without a trip to Kennedy Space Center. At just 45 minutes, on huge Island wildlife refuge, about eight times the size of Manhattan from popular Orlando attractions, is located NASA’s launch headquarters. Here you need to plan on a full day to explore NASA’s launch headquarters, the only place on Earth where you can tour launch areas, meet an Astronaut and train in spaceflight simulators. A trek to this hub of technology and discovery, together with interactive simulators, live shows and jaw-dropping encounters with massive rockets, will leave you spellbound for days to come.
This place is a world in itself, where every member of the family can choose their own perfect fun, have their ultimate adventures, fun with their kids, rejuvenate themselves and have romantic dinners. You may challenge yourself on incredible theme park rides, or relax by the pool in a beautiful Florida setting. It packs more excitement per square foot than anywhere else on earth!