Orlando Travel

Daily Tour 3 days Availability: July 30, 2020
Orlando, FL, USA Tour Guide: Walter Harrison

Orlando’s global fame as a center for unbridled enjoyment is largely due to one name: Disney. On paper, it’s a small city in Florida with just under a quarter of a million residents, but as every child in America knows, it’s much, much more. Although the city enjoyed some minor popularity as a resort in the early 20th century, it wasn’t until the 1960s that its reputation was sealed, when Walt Disney announced plans to build his theme park there. Its inland location meant a reduced threat of hurricane damage, and in 1971, the resort and park opened to universal acclaim, ushering in an explosion in investment and population. Tourism became the overriding economic driver, resulting in today’s position as arguably the leading theme park and family attraction destination worldwide.

No vacation in Orlando is complete without a visit to a theme park—and that’s why the vast majority of the crowds orbit the big-ticket parks: Walt Disney World, Universal Studios Florida, and LegoLand. But more determined travelers will uncover a surprisingly sophisticated, albeit lesser-known city rooted in Old Florida values if they take the time to seek it out. Walt Disney World may have put Orlando on the map, but beyond Disney World, there are world-class shops and restaurants in downtown Orlando. That’s where the business districts are, as well as a more laid-back portfolio of hotels and entertainment options, many of which don’t feature a single mouse.

San Francisco International Airport (Google Map)

Please arrive at least 2 hours before the flight.

  • Airfare
  • 5 days cruise
  • Accommodations
  • Professional guide

  • Airfare
  • 5 days cruise

What to Expect

On your maiden visit to the Big Apple, be sure to allow a minimum of three days so you can take a breath and enjoy all the city has to offer without being in transit every moment of your trip. The following will only scratch the surface of what to expect but will arm you with information to feel confident during your time in New York City.

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  • Morning market tour
Orlando, Florida was once a small cattle town with no more than 200 inhabitants. Now it is the family entertainment capital of the world and this planet's most popular vacation spot. It would take several holidays to experience all that this fabulous place has to offer and there is literally something to suit every taste and age group. A hugely popular family holiday destination, this is Florida's entertainment capital, where the theme parks are unsurpassed by anything on earth.