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Orlando, the theme park capital of the world, has a lot more to offer than its out of the world theme parks. Yes, the theme parks are a major draw for the city. But there are a host of other sights and attractions such as a hot air balloon ride, indoor skydiving, exotic beaches, secluded coves, parasailing, etc. Whether one prefers super luxury resorts or simply wishes to save their hard earned money by choosing budget hotels, finding something just right shouldn’t be all that difficult since there are more than 400 hotels and resorts to choose from.

Orlando might seem to be extremely plastic in the first glance due to the presence of countless theme parks, man-made wonders and an extremely cosmopolitan culture. Most people might also believe that any journey to the city only revolves around theme parks like Walt Disney World and Universal Studios. However, in the course of the past decade, Orlando has managed to rise above its stereotype view and has grown into a major travel destination (minus its theme parks) of its own. The city might be landlocked, but it still features countless lakes and is also located at a distance of 60 minutes from the exotic beaches of the Atlantic. The community in Orlando is a lot closer to what the USA is projected to look like in the year 2020. There is a substantial Hispanic and African – American population and Brits and Canadians are also present in large numbers.

The reason why Orlando has remained so popular since ages is that it hasn’t forgotten that its visitors mainly come to have fun, whether fun is spending days at a theme park, sunbathing in a secluded cove, enjoying a thrilling roller coaster ride or spending time with one’s family in beautiful beaches and perfectly manicured gardens.

Orlando is also famous for having a dazzling nightlife, a bevy of restaurants and countless bars that offer tourists with contrasting experiences and options to choose from. The International Drive is one area that is known to offer the true Orlando experience to visitors. It is home to the best hotels and nightclubs of the city and also features countless shopping malls and designer boutiques.

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Orlando holidays - Top Places To Go

1. Walt Disney World
What is it? Orlando's most familiar landmark is undoubtedly the turreted Cinderella Castle that stands in the centre of the original Disney Florida theme park, the Magic Kingdom, at Lake Buena Vista. The park was opened in 1971 and has been making childhood fantasies come true ever since. Today it is just one of four Disney parks that cover more than 28,000 acres of Orange and Osceola counties in central Florida, with accompanying resorts, shopping complexes, hotels and waterparks. Apart from the Magic Kingdom, Walt Disney World Orlando now includes Epcot, a futuristic showcase of the world's different cultures and traditions; MGM Studios, a working animation and television studio; and Animal Kingdom, where a huge variety of animals are kept in themed surroundings along with a cast of Disney characters. Hours of Operation: Open daily, but park hours vary according to the month and day; it is best to check on their website for up to date information Phone:(407) 824 4321



2. Sea World
What is it? Spread out between the Disney parks at Lake Buena Vista and the downtown Orlando area is the renowned Sea World attraction, which has been making a major splash in central Florida for more than a quarter of a century. The park, owned and operated by Annheuser-Busch, is designed to give an interactive look at the sea and all its facets, featuring themed animal habitats from tidal pools to iceberg lakes. In addition visitors can hug a dolphin or kiss a killer whale, and watch the famous aquatic Sea World stars go through their paces in various shows. The park also features fun rides like the very popular water roller coaster thrill ride called Journey to Atlantis. Neighbouring Discovery Cove (part of the Sea World group) offers visitors a chance to swim with dolphins, view wildlife, sunbathe on gorgeous beaches and snorkel amongst the coral. See for details. Hours of Operation: Daily from 9am, but closing hours vary according to the month, closing earlier in winter Phone:(407) 351 3600



3. Universal Studios
What is it? Experienced theme parkers recommend that it takes at least two days to fully appreciate all the delights on offer at the Universal Orlando entertainment complex, which includes two theme parks: the Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios. The movie-themed park with its thrilling, innovative fun-rides, production studios and film sets also has three superb luxury on-site hotels so spending a night is a good idea. At Universal Studios visitors are invited to go behind the scenes and become involved in the movie action, while Islands of Adventure offers thrilling rides, shows and attractions from five different islands. Hours of Operation: Daily from 9am, but closing hours vary according to the month, closing earlier in winter Phone:(407) 363 8000



Orlando holidays - Top Events


1. Rajuncajun Crawfish Festival

From 2007-04-21

To 2007-04-21

What is it? Louisiana's favourite Cajun dishes are served up at a fun and food fest billed as an 'all-you-can-eat-n-drink-foot-stomping-Bayou-blast-good-time'! The festival combines the tastes, smells and sounds peculiar to Louisiana Cajun country, with activities like alligator exhibits and airboat rides. Along with the crawfish, shrimp, corn, chicken jambalaya and other favourites there is live entertainment and contests. Where is it? Isle of Pine's South Beach



2. Orlando Fringe Festival

From 2007-05-01

To 2007-05-31

What is it? The ten-day Orlando International Fringe Festival has been held in the streets, theatres and converted office spaces of central Orlando since 1992. This popular springtime event involves more than 500 shows, nightly outdoor concerts, a parade and a 'kid's fringe' for the youngsters. Where is it?



3. Epcot International Food and Wine Festival

From 2007-09-29

To 2007-11-12

What is it? Delicious international dishes and fascinating entertainment are served up in style at the annual Food and Wine Festival at Disney's Epcot Center. Food and fine wines are available to sample from more than 25 countries, while music is provided by the 'Eat to the Beat' concert series. Phone +1 407 939 3463 for more information or contact Epcot at Walt Disney World on +1 407 824 4321. Where is it? Disney's Epcot Center




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