Holidays in Orlando
The most famous resident of this central Florida city is Mickey Mouse, the cartoon creation of animated movie tycoon, Walt Disney, whose vision has turned Orlando, and the adjacent Lake Buena Vista and Kissimmee areas, into the world’s busiest, biggest and best-known concentrated tourist Mecca. Disney bought up land in the area with the aim of establishing his dream theme park back in the 1960s. Currently the Disney empire in Orlando includes four theme parks, dozens of smaller attractions, thousands of hotel rooms and holiday apartments, hundreds of restaurants and snack bars and even two cruise ships. It is not only the Disney dazzle that draws visitors to Orlando. There are other attractions here too, like Universal Studios and Sea World, all adding to the maelstrom of thrills and pleasure palaces that this city is now renowned for. Just a trip down attraction-rich International Drive is a mind-boggling experience..
How to get to Orlando
Orlando has two international airports. The closest one to the city and attractions is Orlando International Airport (MCO) which mainly deals with scheduled flights but the main holiday airport is Sanford International Airport (SFB) which is north of the city. When using the search box you will need to select/change the destination airport to suit.
Looking for a bargain in Orlando
If there are more than two of you in your party then you really should check out our villas as these can work out really cheap. Getting the best out of Orlando is by pacing yourself. Spend a long day at one of the main attractions and then a rest day at your luxury villa relaxing by your own pool. What could be better? To find the best deals make sure you select the Self Catering option as the Board basis and run a search.
Stop dreaming, search and Go-there.