Did you know?

  • Orlando International Airport serves an estimated 35 million passengers per year.
  • The Walt Disney World Resort is so large that two of New York City's Manhattans and all of California's city of San Francisco can fit in the resort.
  • There's so much to do in Orlando that the average traveler would have to spend a full 67 days in the city to experience everything.
  • The city of Orlando was honored and proud to demolish its old city hall not only to build a new one, but to utilize the actual scene of that demolition for the major motion picture "Lethal Weapon 3."
  • Orlando comes in second for the highest number of hotel rooms in one city with Las Vegas coming in first.

Welcome to
Orlando, Florida

Where to Stay

Liki Tiki Village

17777 Bali Boulevard
Winter Garden, FL
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Royal Palm Bay Villas

Royal Bay Blvd.
Kissimmee, FL
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Villas at Island Club

Britannia Blvd
Kissimmee, FL
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Villas at Seven Dwarfs

2604 Lodi Circle
Kissimmee, FL
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"It was an experience we will never forget!"
- Terry M., client since 2014


  • Epcot®  International Food and Wine Festival

    Epcot® International Food & Wine Festival

    A culinary journey awaits you! Sample cuisine and fine wine from all around the world.
  • Florida Film Festival

    Florida Film Festival

    Whether you're a fan of dramas, comedies, documentaries or short films, the Florida Film Festival has it all.
  • Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival

    Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival

    Thespians from all over the world descend on the theater complex at Loch Haven for two weeks of performances.
  • Halloween Horror Nights

    Halloween Horror Nights

    Known as the nation's premier Halloween event, these horror nights offer over a month of special haunted houses, scare zones and heart-pounding attractions.
  • Mardi Gras at Universal Orlando

    Mardi Gras at Universal Orlando

    Orlando's biggest party is filled with concerts, performers, great food, a thrilling parade and of course - beads!
  • Epcot® International Flower and Garden Festival

    Epcot® International Flower & Garden Festival

    Enjoy the enchanting view of topiaries and savor seasonal foods at Outdoor Kitchens all across World Showcase.

"We had a great time at SeaWorld, Disney World, Aquatica Water Park and Busch Gardens!"
- Terry M., client since 2014

Places to Go

  • Walt Disney World

    Walt Disney World

    Travel to the happiest place on earth and experience all the magic of Disney. There is fun for people of all ages with rides, attractions, shows, music, festivals, and restaurants. With four parks, there are days worth of adventures to be explored.
  • Universal Studios

    Universal Studios

    Rides Galore! Spend a day twisting and turning on the coasters or checking out the interactive movie experiences at Universal. For all who have dreamed of attending Hogwarts, be sure to visit the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and marvel as the books and movies come to life in this world of magic.
  • Golfing


    With nearly 100 golf courses in Orlando, golfers will have a great time. Play on a private course designed by the pros or in the heart of Disney world itself. Come for a round or two, there is something for all skill levels.
  • Shopping


    Shop till you drop at any of the retail and outlet stores in the area. Be sure to grab a few souvenirs to take home with you!
  • ESPN Wide World of Sports

    ESPN Wide World of Sports

    Just minutes away from the Disney World Parks, the ESPN Wide World of Sports puts on numerous events year-round. There is a store on-site for those looking to grab some souvenirs and food options as well. The Atlanta Braves of Major League Baseball use the field for their spring training and even play a few games at this location.
  • Festivals


    If you find you have more time after visiting the theme parks, there are plenty of festivals taking place year-round to keep you occupied and your vacation days packed with fun.
  • Waterparks


    Disney world has two water parks for visitors to enjoy and Orlando also hosts the nation's oldest water park, Wet 'n Wild, so be sure to pack your bathing suit.
  • Fishing


    Not many people know that Orlando is actually one of the best fishing destinations on the east coast. Head to Lake Okeechobee to fish for Bass and other pan fish, or do some deep sea fishing in the Gulf of Mexico or the Atlantic Ocean, about an hour away.
  • Discovery Cove

    Discovery Cove

    Experience marine life like you never have before as you swim with dolphins, take an underwater walking tour of the ocean floor and get up-close to fish, sea otters and more. Reservations are highly recommended.

"We had an amazing time!"
- Jose R., client since 2013


The closest airport to Orlando is Orlando International Airport (MCO). If you are visiting Disney World, transportation is available around the parks once on the property. There are also monorail and ferry services available on-site as well. If you traveled by plane, we recommend renting a car to get around the area of Orlando and Kissimmee but taxi and bus services are an option.

Take a Day Trip

Walt Disney World 10 Minutes
Universal Orlando 20 Minutes
Downtown Orlando 30 Minutes
Tampa 1 Hour 5 Minutes
Daytona Beach 1 Hour 30 Minutes
Lake Okeechobee 1 Hour 50 Minutes
Miami 3 Hours 30 Minutes

"This was our first Travel Advantage Network experience, and we will definitely do this again."
- Jamanika C., client since 2014