Orlando is best known for its famous theme parks, such as Walt Disney World and Universal Studios. In addition, the metropolis in the US state of Florida has a lot more to offer. For vacationers interested in culture, there is a large selection of museums and theatres to discover. Parks invite you to take a walk and shopping facilities, such as the Florida Mall, tempt you to extensive shopping tours. With Tourlane, you can book your flights, transfers, accommodation and guides - all in one place! Our Travel eEperts will create your perfect travel package based on your travel tastes and preferences.
Famous complex of several amusement parks
Ferris wheel with spectacular view in ICON Park
Popular movie theme amusement park
Walt Disney World is one of the top attractions in Orlando and consists of four theme parks. The most famous of the four parks is the Magic Kingdom, which was built in 1971 based on Disneyland in California. The highlight of the Magic Kingdom is the Cinderella Castle. Fun and adventure for the whole family are also promised by the three other theme parks Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom. You'll also find plenty of shops, water parks and restaurants on the vast grounds of Walt Disney World.
At more than 390 feet, the Ferris wheel "the Wheel" rises to the sky. The gigantic observation Ferris wheel is part of the ICON Park in Orlando, along with attractions such as Madame Tussauds. Enjoy the ride in the glass cabins with a glass of champagne. The ride is especially impressive at sunset or when you want to see the city lights at night.
Universal Studios Florida, along with Universal's Island of Adventure and Universal CityWalk, is part of the Universal Orlando Resort theme park resort. Opened in 1990, Universal Studios Florida features movie and cinema-themed rides, famous sets and shows by famous artists. Immerse yourself in the world of Hogwarts at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter theme park or take a 3D simulator themed ride.
The CityArts Factory is the largest art gallery collective in Orlando and is located in the historic Roger Keine building. The galleries feature rotating works by local, national and international artists.
A must-see for all Lego fans is a visit to Legoland Florida. Legoland is a combination amusement park and water park and caters to children ages 2-12 as well as nostalgic adults. Covering more than 55 acres, you'll find over 50 rides, shows, shops and restaurants in 14 different areas. One of the highlights of Legoland is the botanical garden, Cypress Gardens. Less
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