There are plenty of activities and attractions to enjoy in Orlando. Visitors can shop at one of Orlando’s many outlet centers, themed shopping villages, or 8 regional malls. For a cultural experience, guests can visit an area art or history museum or enjoy a performance at one of the numerous performing arts venues in the area.
Sport lovers will enjoy the 150 golf courses, 800 tennis courts and 300 hundred lakes for swimming, fishing, boating and water skiing.
Don’t forget the high flying Orlando Magic, lead by Tracy McGrady, one of the NBA’s biggest stars. Orlando offers a wide variety of themed restaurants and dinner theaters. Visitors will also enjoy the diverse nightlife at downtown Orlando or at the many clubs near the attractions.
Dinner attractions are very popular in the Orlando area and also center around themes, whether of an era or an ethnicity. Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament in Kissimmee allows you to cheer a knight to victory. Disney’s Pleasure Island celebrates New Year’s Eve every night with laser lights and dancing in the streets. Universal Studios CityWalk is a colossal 30-acre entertainment mecca, where themed restaurants, nightclubs, cinemas, live entertainment, and shopping abound.
Shopping areas in Orlando have as much variety as the local attractions. Souvenirs of your adventures, for both yourself and your friends back home are easy to find. Outlet centers and factory stores abound here and offer some of the best bargains in town. Shopping areas in Orlando and Kissimmee are also popular for their fun environments, such as at Pointe*Orlando, Disney Village Market Place or Old Town in Kissimmee.
Orlando Water Parks – Three of the top rated water parks in the world are in Orlando, Florida: Wet-N-Wild on International Drive, and Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon at Walt Disney World. Water Mania in Kissimmee is also a very popular water park.