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Orlando, Florida

With seven of the top theme parks in one sunny location, Orlando is the theme park capital of the world. Best of all, Orlando offers new and exciting experiences for visitors each year, so there’s always a reason to return. Plan to visit the many amazing theme parks and water parks at Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort, SeaWorld Orlando and LEGOLAND Florida Resort. With attractions, blockbuster rides, fabulous shopping, award-winning restaurants, spectacular museums and world-class entertainment, there’s something for everyone in Orlando.

Learn more at: www.visittheusa.se/destination/orlando

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The City of Orlando

For many, Orlando experiences begin with legendary theme parks, where there are endless opportunities for unforgettable moments. Like seeing the joy in a toddler’s face when she’s running to greet a favorite character. Or feeling the anticipation that builds as you strap into a new pulse-pounding thrill ride.

When it comes to aquatic adventures, Orlando offers dozens of attractions that could fill countless volumes with tales of friendly sea creatures. For those times when you are in search of a peaceful escape, you can find luxurious spas and idyllic pools where majestic palms and gentle breezes create an oasis of calm. Of course, there are still many more chapters to explore: championship golf courses, world-class shopping, a vibrant dining scene featuring the latest from celebrity chefs and rising culinary stars, and even serene eco-adventures.

Learn more at: www.visittheusa.se/destination/orlando

Events in Orlando

Florida Film Festival (April)
Hosted by the Enzian Theater in Maitland, the annual Florida Film Festival is an Oscar-qualifying event that spans 10 days and introduces viewers to the best of international cinema. Schedules for 2018 will be announced March 14th.
Florida Music Festival (April)
The springtime Florida Music Festival is a major opportunity for upcoming talents to make a name for themselves. Established national acts also play here. Lineup for 2018 announced March 1st.
Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival (May)
Dubbed “Orlando’s most unique cultural experience”, the International Fringe Theatre Festival prides itself on being entirely inclusive, accessible and unjuried. All proceeds go to the performing artists.
Bite30 (June)
Multiple establishments throughout the city participate in the month-long celebration of culinary endeavor known as Bite30. No special arrangements required: simply select from the list of participating restaurants and request the Bite30 menu when ordering (it comes with a special discount).
Orlando Indie Comedy Fest (March)
Lesser known (yet by no means less talented!) comedians from all across the nation gather in Orlando for several days of small venue performances. It's a great chance to discover new comedy voices.
Christmas in the Park (December)
Catch the spirit of Christmas in Orlando's festively decorated Central Par, and take in the heart-warming celebration songs by the Bach Festival Choir.

Theme Parks in Orlando

Harry Potter fans won't want to miss a trip aboard the Hogwarts Express at Universal Orlando Resort, but don't forget to squeeze in a ride aboard SeaWorld Orlando's new hypercoaster Mako, the longest, tallest and fastest roller coaster in Florida. Still recovering from a stressful year? Let it go on Frozen Ever After, the newest ride at Epcot at Walt Disney World Resort.

Source: www.VisitOrlando.com/blog
Volcano Bay
Volcano Bay at Universal Orlando Resort, opened recently on June 1, 2017, is an all-new water park inspired by postcard-perfect tropical islands promising innovative, thrilling attractions made even more enjoyable with new technology eliminating long lines or wrestling with tubes.
Disney's Animal Kingdom
One of the world's most visited, the zoological theme park Disney's Animal Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort certainly deserves its incredible popularity. Pandora - The World of AVATAR, the largest expansion in Disney's Animal Kingdom history, features floating mountains, bioluminescent rainforests and a Banshee flying attraction, as well as new after-dark entertainment.
Universal Studios Florida
Part of Universal Orlando Resort, Universal Studios is among the world's most attended theme parks. It centers around all things cinema, with six separate areas, each featuring all manner of entertainment, from thematic rides to performances, dining, and shopping. Several large-scale events are held here regularly.
LEGOLAND Florida
This LEGO-themed park features dozens of rides and attractions (including water slides). LEGOLAND Florida Resort's LEGO NINJAGO World, a new immersive land opened in early 2017, features an interactive dark ride where guests can blast fire, lightning and ice with their hands. In addition, LEGOLAND now features a Beach Retreat.
The Magic Kingdom
The Magic Kingdom is where magic happens. One of four theme parks in the Walt Disney World family, this park is home to the Cinderella Castle. Designed like a giant wheel, the paths of the spokes lead to the seven different themed areas: Main Street USA, Tomorrowland, Mickey’s Toontown Fair, Fantasyland, Liberty Square, Frontierland, and Adventureland. See your favorite Disney characters, attractions, and behind-the-scenes tours.
Universal's Islands of Adventure
True thrills only live at one place: Universal’s Islands of Adventure. Pick up your wand from Ollivanders and cast spells with The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, where magic glitters on every corner, shop, and ride. Next, swing into action and join Spider-Man in his timeless battles against familiar foes on Marvel Super Hero Island. But it doesn't end there—you can enjoy rides and adventures with the likes of Toon Lagoon, the fearsome dinosaurs of The Lost Continent, and the whimsical world of Dr. Seuss!
Epcot
Residing in the Walt Disney World Resort Area is the famed Epcot Center. As a beautiful feat of architecture, the Epcot has two features. Future World is a dedication to the innovative and progressive efforts of the human spirit. The World Showcase is a melting pot of culture and foods from across the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Mexico, China, Germany, Italy, Japan, France, Morocco, and Norway. Spanning 300 acres in total, Epcot is a must-see for Orlando visitors.
Sea World
If aquatic life is something for you, Sea World is a fun day in the sun. The famous whale Shamu does multiple shows a day that both children and adults can enjoy. Other shows to see include the Dolphin Horizons show and Clyde & Seamore. Visitors can feed dolphins and stingrays if they are brave enough. Try the Underwater Grill at the Shark Encounter for a good, sit-down meal. Don’t leave the park early–the last ten minutes before closing every night there is a fireworks show.

SeaWorld Orlando's Kraken roller coaster is Florida's only virtual reality roller coaster experience, taking guests on a deep sea mission alongside sea creatures. Also at SeaWorld Orlando, Electric Ocean, is a new end-of-day spectacle event with bioluminescent lighting, immersing guests in a glowing sea of wonder.

Do & See in Orlando

Orlando has lots to offer outside the theme parks, whether you're a fan of more affordable attractions or a more relaxed pace. The Coca-Cola Orlando Eye towers above the entire I-Drive 360 complex, while Boggy Creek Airboat Rides offers a glimpse into the unaltered Central Florida wilderness. Little ones can find hours of fun at Crayola Experience, but grownups can get just as creative ordering cocktail at speak-easy styled bar, Herman's Loan Office.

Learn more at: www.VisitOrlando.com/blog
Sports & Adventure
Enjoy the Central Florida weather, usually 75 F or higher, by visiting one of over 170 golf courses, or seek some peace paddle boarding on one of Orlando's beautiful lakes. A refreshing dip awaits you in one of thousands of amazing pools, like the lazy river and zero-entry swimming pools at Cabana Bay Beach Resort, or the luxurious adults-only pool at the Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort.

In weather this nice, it's a shame to stay indoors. Orlando offers adventure lovers the chance for fun outside, with activities like zip lining at Forever Florida, off-road romps at Revolution Off-Road Experience, or hang gliding at Wallaby Ranch. Sports fans can get in on the action first hand with a game of tennis at the brand-new USTA National Campus in southeast Orlando on more than 100 tennis courts, catch the Orlando Magic play at the Amway Center, or visit Orlando City Soccer in their new stadium.
John F. Kennedy Space Center
For decades, space has been our final frontier. The Kennedy Space Center is dedicated entirely to expanding our scientific knowledge and the borders of our galaxy. Serving as the gateway for American space exploration since 1968, the Center is open for your exploration as well. Come be apart of past, present and future history.
Orlando Science Center and Dr. Phillips Cinedome
When theme parks just won’t do, check out the educational yet fun alternative: The Orlando Science Center. This huge 5-story building is chock full of exhibits and activities on each level. Don’t miss the Dr. Phillips Cinedome, which is an 8-story mega-screen theater. The OSC also has a planetarium on the top floor that opens every Friday and Saturday night. The fun Adventures with Clifford exhibit allows children to learn valuable life lessons while everyone's favorite red dog teaches. Also at OSC is the Blue Man Group exhibit, which explores the science of sound waves.
ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex
220 acres of pure sporting adrenaline awaits visitors at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. The complex's facilities are all professionally managed and maintained, hosting thousands of athletic events each year and over 60 sports. You can catch games or training sessions of your favorites teams, or even join in on the excitement. Located at the Walt Disney World Resort.
Orlando Wetlands Park
The majestic Orlando Wetlands Park was the world's first large-scale, man-made wetland. Designed for the purpose of filtering pollutants from reclaimed water, the Park has given way to an impressive array of plants and wildlife in a "mini-everglades." Come and enjoy nature in its finest, most untouched form. Popular activities include bird-watching, nature photography, jogging, and bicycling.
Exotic Animal Experience
If you've always dreamed of cuddling a baby lemur or feeding playful kangaroos, this unique ranch is the place to go and make your dreams come true. Many different animals cohabit here under supervision and care of the friendly owners. This venue might just be worth the trip to Orlando even for those who do not particularly delight in roller-coasters and rides.
Orlando Shakespeare Theater
Despite its compact size, the Orlando Shakespeare Theater continues to impress locals and guests alike with the high quality of its shows, including (but not limited to) "Monty Python's Spamalot". Check the website for the current show schedule.
Winter Park
Winter Park is a suburb just outside of Orlando, and if traveling time permits, it is certainly worth spending a day there. With 26 beautiful public parks, many lakes, and downtown shopping and dining, this quaint little town will win you over with its romance and charm. Many people marry and hold special events in this sophisticated city. Winter Park is also home to Rollins College and four different theaters.

Dining in Orlando

Recently named the Best Foodie City in the USA by Wallethub, Orlando has been developing a dynamic dining scene worth a visit all its own, with a roster of celebrity chefs, home-grown local culinary talent, and inventive new concepts. Walt Disney World Resort's Disney Springs is a hotspot for new dining options, including Chef Art Smith's Homecoming Kitchen, Chef Rick Bayless' Frontera Cocina, Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto's Morimoto Asia and many more. In fact, Orlando now boasts award winning & nominated chefs, representing 17 restaurants between them, with more on the way.

Learn more at: www.VisitOrlando.com/blog
Victoria & Albert’s
This 5-star special occasion restaurant offers a once-in-lifetime dining experience from inside Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort. Dinner is 7-course and will take up to 3 hours to savor. Expect to be catered to every single minute of these 3 hours! Also, best enjoyed without the little ones. Each course is served with wine pairings. Make reservations at least 3 months in advance.
Lil Anthony's
Far better than any pizza chains, Lil Anthony’s is the real deal, run by New Yorkers. This has been voted the best pizza Orlando has to offer. New York Style pies, calzones, stromboli, and huge Greek salads are in store. Get your order in early at lunchtime since mobs of hungry locals take to Lil Anthony's.
Hemingway’s
This restaurant, hidden behind the Hyatt Grand Cypress hotel, is a love letter to the titular author with photographs and fishing trophies everywhere you look. The décor is quintessential Key West with hurricane lamps, smaller intimate rooms, and a wooden deck that overlooks a waterfall. Must-tries include the blackened Mahi Mahi, beer-battered coconut shrimp, and lobster-crusted sea bass. Skip the wine and have a Papa Dobles, a rum delight true to Hemingway’s original recipe.
Izziban Sushi & BBQ
Izziban Sushi is a big contender in the quest for the freshest and most creative sushi, serving up such wonders as the mango roll, Izziban roll, wasabi shumai, and cream cheese dumplings with pineapple sake (he bento boxes are also a huge hit). They also offer an all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue.
Royal Thai Restaurant
This unassuming little restaurant serves up excellent Thai cuisine. Along with the cucumber salad, other favorites include the jasmine rice, wonton soup Thai-style, chicken satay, yellow curry, and cashew chicken.
Texas de Brasil
Gauchos travel table to table delivering delicious meats on skewers at Texas de Brasil. Turn your table card to green if you want to continue to be served. The amount of meat and salad is unlimited, and the service is impeccable. Plan to spend a few hours basking in all the attentiveness.
Seasons 52
Healthy, fresh and delectable food is the cornerstone of the Seasons 52 menu. Highlights include the smoked salmon flatbread, pork medallions, and shrimp risotto. Professional waiting staff are good at wine pairings; don’t miss the tiny dessert bites for a little guiltless fun.
The Boheme
Residing within the luxurious Grand Bohemian Hotel is The Boheme. It seems to have its own energy entirely, with an ambiance that reads like an old friendship rather than simply a restaurant. The Imperial Grand Bösendorfer Piano adds a touch of timeless class in accompaniment to their diverse cuisine. Slip into the Bösendorfer Lounge to indulge in your choice of wine and treat yourself to the essentials of a good time.

Cafes in Orlando

When only a quick bite will do, check out these cafes. From fancy to casual, you will surely find something that hits the spot, be it a snack, a dessert or simply a hot cup of coffee.
Cafe Tu Tu Tango
This artsy spot offers international cuisine in small appetizer portions so you can enjoy a variety of flavors in one sitting. The fire-eating belly dancers, artists painting in various rooms, hoola-hoop girl, and a tarot card reader add to the funky and spontaneous vibe. Cafe Tu Tu Tango is close to many big hotels and easily accessible.
Infusion Tea
Infusion Tea is an organic tea cafe, and an extremely popular one. They have a wide variety of different teas and a menu full of tasty food. The atmosphere is inviting and well-suited for a casual lunch as well as a business meeting.
White Wolf Cafe
The White Wolf Cafe was originally named after the owner’s beloved white German shepherd. When the cafe first opened, he would greet people at the door. The area in which this place is located has many unique boutiques that represent the true colorful soul of Orlando.
Yellow Dog Eats
This old country store converted to a restaurant yells fun the minute you enter, its walls adorned with pictures of dogs and their owners everywhere. Try sandwiches like the Johnny Rocket or the Puppy Love. Chef Fish is known for making a legendary pulled pork sandwich. Though this restaurant is a little out of the way, it is completely worth the drive.
Le Cafe de Paris
Coffee runs through the veins of French owners Claude and Chantal, who brought their roasting expertise to Orlando when they established Le Cafe de Paris. Now visitors and locals are invited to sample Calude's signature blend of coffee, an assortment of French pastries, and always fresh French sandwiches and salads.
Pom Pom Tea
Namaste! Owned and founded by Chef Pom Moongauklang, this eclectic tea house offers a selection of teas, coffees, gourmet sandwiches, and salads. Tantalizing artwork adorns the walls, and the energy is warm and charmingly meditative. Take a seat on the friendly sofa and enjoy.
Drunken Monkey Coffee Bar
The Drunken Monkey (caffeinated monkey more so) is Orlando's own college-town-esque coffeehouse. They only serve top shelf coffee that is fair trade and organic or Rainforest Alliance grown, and it's roasted and brewed in-house. Breakfast and lunch dishes are served all day, and the Anzac cookies are a local favorite.
Achilles' Art Cafe
Vibrant greens and reds, warm wooded accenting, and a fun menu all give Achilles' Art Cafe a unique edge over fellow Orlando cafes. Coffee, iced coffee, smoothies, beer (including German beer), and wines are available for drinks. Homemade pastries and house sandwiches are available for breakfast and lunch.

Bars & Nightlife in Orlando

The adult playground that Orlando nightlife has become could fill every night of your trip. Whatever type of music you prefer, there is a bar or club that spins those exact tunes. Theme parks may abound for children, but there are plenty of venues for grown-ups, too.
One80 Grey Goose Lounge
A find for weeknight party-goers, this lounge promises a great Monday night out to the rhythm of electronic music. The view over downtown Orlando is unbeatable as well, so bring your camera to capture the moment.
The Lodge
The chill atmosphere of this downtown bar consistently attracts those looking for an after-work drink, which makes it a favorite evening relaxing location. Go straight upstairs and try one of the 60 beers or a custom-made cocktail.
Independent Bar
A place to let loose or people watch - whichever side of the fence you're on, a good time is guaranteed. If you're into getting funky to cheesy tunes and boys bands - Mac&Cheese nights are just the thing for you.
Soundbar.
A relaxed, let-loose and no-dress-code party location with regular live music shows; check the schedule to see what's on. Formerly known as Black Booth.
World of Beer
As the name suggests, you may count on finding a huge selection of beer here - and do not expect to be able to sample all varieties even over the course of many evenings. Trivia nights and live music sessions are commonly held at this venue as well.
The Beacham
The Beacham is most likely Downtown Orlando’s best music venue. Superstar artists like Lauryn Hill, 50 Cent, and The Police have all performed here. Famous dance DJs David Guetta, Tiesto, and Benny Benassi have also made appearances.
Latitudes
Latitudes is a scintillating roof top bar experience in downtown Orlando. A relaxing, tropical atmosphere, wooden plank flooring, and tropical plants make Latitudes the quintessential Orlando nightlife venue. They are well known as Orlando’s destination for classic alternative, Top 40, and party songs.
Chillers
Chillers is a favorite of locals due to its consistent quality entertainment. Since 1992 Chillers has impressed with great drink specials and beverage lists. Take to the unique frozen daiquiri party bar, or choose from a selection of craft beers, premium liquors, and more.

Shopping in Orlando

From extreme luxury to bargain shopping deals, carve out at least one day to practice retail therapy. Orlando has a healthy supply of outlet malls and shopping centers, as well as smaller local boutiques.
The Florida Mall
This popular shopping spot has all the major department stores you need: Sears, Saks, Burdines, Dillard’s, Nordstrom, and JCPenney. It also has an attached hotel, the Adam’s Mark, and a huge selection of restaurants including Salsa Taqueria & Tequila Bar, Buca di Beppo, and Le Jardin.
Orlando Farmer's Market
Sundays bring local vendors together at this main farmer's market, where atypical market treats such as cupcakes and mojito tea are on sale as well as fresh produce. A definite must-see if in town on a Sunday.
International Food Club
For those who delight in browsing through international food stuffs, this location is a treat in itself. Try the gyros at the tiny adjacent cafe and grab a (very reasonably priced!) British candy bar for desert.
Total Wine & More
This chain with a few locations in and around Orlando boasts a large selection of wine, beer and various spirits. The store chain is known for its tasting events and knowledgeable, helpful staff always ready to offer you shopping advice.
The LEGO Store Downtown Disney
Come early to avoid daytime crowds and enjoy all this incredibly fun store has to offer, including playing LEGO right then and there. The display of life-size cartoon characters and/or superheroes constructed with LEGO is regularly updated.
M&Ms World
The plethora of M&M colors and the smell of chocolate will make your head spin while you struggle to make up your mind as to which ones you're taking home. The store also sells M&M-themed items and accessories.
Gods & Monsters
Not so much a comic book store in the traditional sense, this venue is a great place to browse around for geeky stuff and spend some time in the back, where a special area with board games and drinks has been set up.
The Mall at Millenia
This mall is the finest of the finest, only 5 miles from downtown Orlando. Gucci, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Dior, Tiffany & Co., and Juicy Couture are only a few of the offerings. This 1.3 million-square-foot center also includes fine department stores like Bloomingdale’s, Neiman Marcus, and Macy’s. After a long day of shopping, stop at The Blue Martini for a cocktail and live music.

Tourist Information for Orlando

Passport/Visa
Citizens of the Schengen countries, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and the Kingdom of Brunei can visit the United States for up to 90 days without applying for a visa (as well as citizens of Andorra, Lichtenstein, Monaco and San Marino). Citizens of these countries must obtain an ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorization) before traveling. All other travelers must obtain a visa before visiting the United States. International travelers need a passport that is valid for at least 3 months after the end of their intended trip in order to enter the country.
Orlando International Airport
Located only six miles southeast of downtown Orlando, the Orlando International Airport (MCO) is within 20 miles of almost all major hotels and attractions. It has two main terminals, serving a number of airlines, including domestic carriers Continental, American, JetBlue, Delta, Southwest, Midwest, Frontier, Northwest, AirTran, Spirit, United and US Airways, as well as a wide variety of international carriers like Aer Lingus, AeroMexico, Air Canada, Air Jamaica, British Airways, Lufthansa and Virgin Atlantic.

There are nine rental car companies within walking distance of the main terminal, and Lynx bus lines 11, 51, 42, 111 and 407 connect the airport and the city center.
Best Time to Visit
The summer months bring the largest crowds and most stifling temperatures. The weeks and months just before and after the summer months are better in terms of both weather and crowds. In winter, temperatures are at their coolest, crowds their smallest, and prices on accommodation their lowest.

Orlando’s climate is humid and subtropical with two major seasons a year. From June to September, the weather is hot and rainy, while the dry season lasts from October through May.
Public Transport
LYNX is a regional bus service in central Florida, including Orlando. You can either buy a single ride or buy a 7-day pass. You can buy your tickets on the web or from certain outlets in the area.

LYNX bus stops are regularly marked by a round sign with a pink paw or with a pink bus symbol.
Taxi
Various taxicab options are available in the Orlando area, including:


Mears Transportation Group
+1 407 422 4561

Orlando Taxi
+1 321732 8266

Yellow cab Orlando
+1 407 900 5207
Pharmacy
There are numerous locations of CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, Rite Aid at most grocery stores and various independent and chain store retailers.

One Walgreens can be found at the following location:
Post
United States Postal Service
Electricity
120 V

60 Hz

Plug types A and B
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