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Orlando Features

  • Top Attractions

    Disney's most-visited theme park welcomes you with a barbershop quartet serenade and the fragrance of fresh-baked cookies. Cinderella Castle beckons... Read more

  • Great Itineraries

    If you're like most visitors to Orlando, you've come for a theme park (or two or three). But if you need a break from them, have people in your... Read more

  • Top Orlando Spas

    If you hit the ground running after arriving in Orlando, at some point you may need to shift your pace from "fast forward" to "pause." If so... Read more

  • Seasonal and Holiday Events

    If you've been to Orlando and its parks and enjoyed the top attractions at least once, consider a special trip around one of the many festivals... Read more

  • Orlando Weddings and Honeymoons

    Orlando and its theme parks have become increasingly popular shower, wedding, and honeymoon destinations. The area appeals to starry-eyed Gen... Read more

  • Tips for Senior Citizens

    People 65 and older who are vibrant and active are more likely to characterize themselves by family or interest (solo travelers, couples on a... Read more

  • Tips For People with Disabilities

    The theme parks have many amenities and services for people with mobility issues or vision or hearing impairments. Park information centers can... Read more

  • What Should We See and Do?

    For a happy, low-stress trip, cater to your kids' desires. That doesn't mean buying or doing everything they want, but it does mean being mindful... Read more

  • Orlando Golf Courses

    The International Association of Golf Tour Operators voted Orlando the "North American Golf Destination of the Year 2010" for good reason. There... Read more

  • When Should We Go?

    Let's be honest: there is no "empty" time at Orlando's theme parks. Crowds thin in January, after New Year's, and stay reasonable until around... Read more

  • Orlando Sports and Outdoor Activities

    Tennis, anyone? Or maybe you'd rather surf, parasail, or drive a race car. You can take part in these activities and many more should you feel... Read more

  • How Much Will We Spend?

    If you're traveling to Orlando, be prepared to spend and spend—and spend some more. Even if you get great deals on transportation and hotel... Read more

  • Top Reasons to Go

    Liberal Arts: Orlando's theaters host symphony orchestras, Broadway road shows, and local thespians—from the Shakespearean to the progressive... Read more

  • Packing

    In Orlando, casual, comfortable clothing is best. Men need a jacket and tie in only a handful of restaurants. Restaurants with dress requirements... Read more

  • Orlando Discounts and Deals

    DIS. Though Disney doesn't always publicize it, it does offer many of its own discounts and promotions, all of which the independent website... Read more

  • Celebrity Chefs

    Emeril Lagasse was the first headliner to hit Orlando's tourist corridor, bringing his New Orleans sass to Universal CityWalk in 1999.... Read more

  • Popular Chain Restaurants in Orlando

    When all you want is a quick bite, consider these chain restaurants. They seem to crop up everywhere, and all have tables where you can sit for... Read more

  • Babysitting in Orlando

    If you're staying in a room, suite, or condo and need to rent baby equipment, such as a stroller, bassinet, high chair, or even pool toys, call... Read more

  • Central Florida Art

    There are a surprising number of world-class art museums in Central Florida—from Orlando and Winter Park to St. Petersburg and Sarasota; from... Read more

  • History You Can See

    A long history, from early Native American occupants through Spanish, French, and British settlers, has left indelible marks on Central Florida... Read more

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