Orlando, Florida is the most-visited city in America, due to a whole host of famous attractions, among which are gems like Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Studios, and SeaWorld that have also given it the moniker of “Theme Park Capital of the World.” Orlando is more than just the sum of its theme parks, though; it also has a rich cultural scene, as well as many museums and waterside activities to round out any travel experience to the city. Visit Orlando now with our 2015 tours and activities and enjoy a wild ride!
Grab a Magic Your Way ticket with park hopper and visit the four Walt Disney World theme parks on the same day, including Magic Kingdom Park, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Epcot, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme Park. Jump into the silver screen and enter Universal Studios (including the Wizardly World of Harry Potter) where you can go behind the scenes at your favorite movie set, and choose from a vast selection of themed rides and attractions, including the new Harry Potter-themed area.
After your theme park experience, go explore spaceflight at Kennedy Space Center, where you can take a NASA bus tour, watch IMAX films about the history of spaceflight, and even visit the Space Shuttle Atlantis, now a gorgeous exhibit of the orbiter. After that, take an airboat ride into the swamps and witness the diverse wildlife of Central Florida, including the fearsome alligator. Dive into the dolphin experience and get a chance to take photos with, and even hand feed these intelligent, playful creatures at Marineland. Following this, spend the day at St. Augustine, the oldest city in the US, where you can go sightseeing and shopping, or just relax after a long day.
After any fun-filled day, have a Planet Hollywood VIP dinner. Arrive at the famous restaurant in a classic stretched limousine, then dine on delicious food while surrounded by memorabilia from classic and contemporary films. Or if you’re still looking for excitement while you feast, enter Treasure Tavern and have an upscale dining experience while watching a multi-cultural show by Gretta von Keagel, who has assembled a cast of entertainers from all over the world for the show. Alternatively, end your day with a dinner at Hard Rock Cafe Orlando in Universal Studios Orlando, and visit the largest Hard Rock Café in the world, a 3000-person venue that looks just like the Roman Colosseum.