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What are the best places to stay in Orlando?
Downtown is the heart of the city and one of most popular neighbourhoods for tourists holidaying on flights to Orlando. The neighbourhood is Orlando’s shopping and dining hub, has the hustle and bustle of a big city, and is well-connected by public transport to the Orlando suburbs and amusement parks. Some must-visit spots in Downtown include the Orange County History Center and SAK Comedy Lab. Have a look at Downtown accommodation after booking airfare to Orlando to have easy access to many top attractions and restaurants.
South Eola is a stone’s throw away from Downtown Orlando, but it has a more laid-back vibe. Plan to stay here after booking cheap flights to Orlando if you want to be central but without the busyness of Downtown and the amusement park districts. Lake Eola is the centrepiece of the neighbourhood, and there are also several walking trails to discover. The proximity to Downtown also means you’re only a quick walk away from Orlando’s buzzing dining, shopping, and nightlife scene.
Spend time in Lake Cherokee while holidaying on flights to Orlando if you’re more interested in the nature of Florida rather than the glitz and glamour of the amusement parks. Lake Cherokee is located east of Downtown Orlando and is home to several parks and tree-lined suburban streets. The neighbourhood has a family-friendly atmosphere, making it the perfect place to stay if you book return flights to Orlando with kids. Lake Cherokee highlights include Dr. Phillips House and Lake Cherokee Park. The neighbourhood is also a 15-minute free bus ride into Downtown.
What is the best way to get around Orlando?
There’s great public transport around Orlando, but having a rental car is the best way to explore the city when you book tickets to Orlando. Book a rental car through Webjet which you can pick up from Orlando International Airport (MCO) when you arrive.
You can also get around on public buses and trains if you choose not to rent a car after booking tickets to Orlando. Public buses 51 and 11 offer service between Orlando International Airport (MCO) and tourist hubs like Downtown Orlando, South Eola, and the Disney World and Universal Studios resort areas. There are four free bus routes called LYMMO that loop around Downtown, South Eola, and North Quarter. There are also 80 more bus routes that you can catch into the suburbs and amusement parks while holidaying on return flights to Orlando.
A SunRail commuter train is also available to visitors holidaying on cheap flights to Orlando. The train makes three stops in central Orlando and branches out to the popular suburbs of Kissimmee and Winter Park.
What are the top tips for travelling with children to Orlando?
Walt Disney World is a must
A visit to the most famous amusement park in the world is a dream come true for kids holidaying on flights to Orlando with their families. Disney World is made up of seven parks, and each one has its own unique personality. Step into the world of Disney princesses in Magic Kingdom, learn about international cultures at Epcot, and get a behind-the-scenes look at the film industry at Hollywood Studios. You’ll find both big and small rides, live performances, and opportunities to meet Disney characters in each park. There’s so much to see and do at Disney World, so try to set aside four or five days to enjoy the park in between return flights to Orlando.
Visit Universal Studios Florida
Universal Studios is another must-visit amusement park for families holidaying on cheap flights to Orlando. The park is divided into eight themed areas, including the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and New York City. There are rides and shows across each of the parks, plus the chance to interact with different Universal characters like the Simpsons, Scooby Doo, Shrek, and the Minions. Universal Studios is perfect for kids and adults of all ages. You should also plan a visit to Universal’s second park Islands of Adventure if you book airfare to Orlando with older kids. This park is also split up into themed sections, but it features larger rides than those at Universal Studios.
Spend a day at Kennedy Space Center
Looking for something fun to do away from the amusement parks? Rent a car through Webjet and drive an hour east to the Kennedy Space Center. This is where NASA has launched some of its most famous programs, including Apollo and Skylab. Spend a day at the Kennedy Space Center while visiting Florida on flights to Orlando to learn more about NASA’s space explorations, view space shuttles and artefacts from space, and even take a ride on a shuttle launch simulation.