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GROW! Area Attractions

Area Attractions

With more than 840 flights per day, on 35 airlines, Orlando International Airport is so easy to get to. That’s why over 92,000 passengers use its award-winning airport everyday — more than any other airport in Florida! With scheduled non-stop service to 35 international destinations.

Things to Do
Disney boasts four major theme parks, two water parks, and a shopping/dining/entertainment district. But the Mouse’s House is not the only game in town. Universal Studios Florida and Islands of Adventure (the latter home to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter), as well as the excitement of Universal’s nightclub/restaurant district, CityWalk. If you prefer a bit less hustle and bustle, the eco-adventure parks at SeaWorld, Discovery Cove, and Aquatica feature a more laid-back experience. Orlando also offers recreational activities galore, among them golf (with some of the country’s top courses right nearby), indoor surfing, and zipline adventures.

High-end malls such as the Mall at Millenia and Premium Outlets.

Celebrity chefs and themed restaurants ensure that dining out is an experience in itself. Ocean Prime (located along the famed Restaurant Row on Sand Lake Road), or experience the exotic Asian-inspired surroundings of Emeril’s Tchoup Chop, at Universal’s Royal Pacific.

Nightlife and Entertainment
Hang out at the clubs at Universal’s CityWalk (including Latin Quarter, Red Coconut Club, and Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville), the lounges at Disney (such as Rix and the Outer Rim), or even as far out as downtown Orlando, where bars and dance clubs can be found along Wall Street and Church Street Station, Comedy clubs (Fat Fish Blue, Sak Comedy Club), and even the theatrical antics at Sleuths Mystery Dinner Show.


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