Orlando in Florida is home to more than a dozen theme parks. Walt Disney World comprised of 4 parks, including Magic Kingdom and Epcot, and 2 water parks.
Another major player, Universal Orlando, offers 2 parks: Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure, with the Wizarding World of Harry Potter straddling both.
This is a destination where children and grownups alike can enjoy once in a lifetime experience.
But if you want know more about Orlando here are some tips to visit other places than the theme parks:
Is an amazing place. Built in19 94 , this area originally belonged to Disney and today is one of the most exclusive communities in the area, with houses in colonial style, highly wooded and with a typical structure of small American cities. At central Small Square of garden Celebration we have a very nice lake, surrounded by greenery, some closed parks and numerous restaurants, cafes and shops. Program more than recommended for a late afternoon family, a good walk in a super cute place and very safe as well.
Is at north of Downtown Orlando and is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and traditional places here, typical American community. Don’t miss the Saturday fair, called the Farmer’s Market, the locals flock to the fair to buy fruits, vegetables, flowers and take their dogs for a walk, a family typical program.
Another very cool tip
On central Florida is to enjoy and stretch a little to the city of St. Pete. Besides the city was super nice and with a beautiful view of the Gulf of Mexico, this is where we have the second largest collection of Salvador Dali is on display in the world, a museum that bears his name and which is on the edge of the sea. Great place to stroll and relax for a day.
If it comes to the beach, do not think there are only Miami options. Instead, about 1 hour from Orlando, there is a several beaches on the Atlantic, like that in the city of Cocoa Beach, popular place for surfers of all US places.