Orlando offers visitors theme parks and/or downtown diversions to choose. In areas like Kissimmee and Lake Buena Vista, you’ll find properties catering to families and other park-centric travelers. Most offer free shuttle service to and from, though a vehicle will give you added flexibility if you’re interested in park-hopping or heading somewhere special for a post-coaster dinner.

Some visitors consider the Orlando metro one giant attraction as there are so many options for fun. For some, of course, it’s all about the kids and what’s available ranges far beyond obvious choices like Universal Orlando or SeaWorld. Patrons of the arts, however, might be surprised to learn the city has a host of museums and performance-based venues, as well, along with lush, green parks and wilderness areas in which to discover the unique flora and fauna of natural Florida by foot, bike, kayak, canoe or horseback. Why don't you try an airboat tour of the wetlands?
From concerts to piano bars, local theater, touring Broadway shows, nightclubs, Orlando covers all the bases. And downtown’s shining new Amway Center, home of the Orlando Magic, offers the one-two punch of a game or concert followed by drinking, dining, dancing or a scintillating combination thereof just steps away. Closer to the parks on I-Drive, Pointe Orlando’s options include several venues that turn from restaurant to dinner theater or nightclub as the moon begins to rise.

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