Flights to Orlando

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Orlando Guide

Major Events and Festivals

Planning flights to Orlando can be for a variety of reasons. From sporting events to food spectaculars, you’ll find plenty of happenings throughout the city all year long. If you’re booking an airfare to Orlando in February, you can eat and drink your way through your holiday. SeaWorld Orlando hosts its Seven Seas Food Festival between February and March, or you can take a stroll downtown to enjoy the scenery at the Downtown Food and Wine Fest. During either of the festivals, you can savour some of the finest cuisines from Orlando’s top chefs. One of the most attractive festivals in Florida is the International Flower and Garden Festival, held inside Epcot, one of Walt Disney World’s main parks. The entire park is completely transformed for this three-month celebration. You’ll marvel at the attention to detail as you walk past your favourite characters made from a mix of blooming flowers and verdant shrubbery. Plan to travel with your tickets to Orlando between March through June to take part in this colourful event. Include a stop at the Florida Film Festival if your holiday or business flights to Orlando are to take place in April. The Film Festival showcases more than 180 films to more than 23,000 festival-goers. Rub elbows with celebrities, film makers and industry leaders over this 10-day event.

Top Things to Do and See With an Airfare to Orlando

You’ll find there are hundreds of things to see and do when you arrive in Florida on cheap flights to Orlando. Walt Disney World theme parks and waterparks can fill an entire week’s worth of a holiday. If you plan to spend a week in the parks, pre-book a seven-day Disney pass after organising your cheap flights to Orlando. If you only plan to do one or two Disney parks, Magic Kingdom and Epcot are the most popular for tourists arriving on flights to Orlando. Universal’s theme parks plays host to a myriad of themed roller coasters, shows, water slides, and more. Harry Potter World can be found within both of Universal’s main theme parks: Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Aside from these two major theme parks and water parks, there are a range of other exciting adventures to take part in when you land on flights to Orlando. Book a safari wilderness encounter along with your return flights to Orlando for a completely new perspective on American wildlife. On this kayak adventure you’ll navigate through freshwater areas to get up close with animals such as waterbuck and red lechwe, spoonbills, American bald eagles, and waterfowl. Adventure awaits at Gatorland. Purchase tickets to this exciting park when you book cheap flights to Orlando to save time at the gate. You’ll get your heart racing as you climb seven storeys above ground to zip across more than 365 metres of wildlife including Cuban and Nile crocodiles and more than 130 giant alligators! For more fun with animals, head to SeaWorld Orlando. In most cases you can snap up better deals on admission tickets if you purchase them prior to departing on flights to Orlando. SeaWorld is home to more than 30 family-friendly rides, attractions, shows, and exhibits.

Public Transport and How to Get Around

The best way to get around this large Florida city really depends on what you plan to do during your stay. If you’ve booked accommodations inside the Disney or Universal hotels and resorts along with your flights to Orlando, you can utilise the shuttle bus transfer out of Orlando International Airport (MCO). There will also be shuttles, trams, ferries, or a monorail that will transport you to the theme parks from your hotel. Most of the theme park hotels and resorts have areas for food, souvenirs, and entertainment that can be reached by foot or hotel shuttle. If your entire holiday is to be spent inside the theme parks and resort areas, you won’t need to hire a car or use any other means of public transportation. However, if you want to see more of the city or you’re arranging return flights to Orlando for business, car hire is the best transportation option. There will be plenty of car hire kiosks within Orlando International Airport (MCO), but you can also make reservations for one prior to departing on your flights to Orlando. Taxis are plentiful at the airport but you may be hard-pressed to find them in other areas of the city. If you want to check out some of the shopping and museums along Orlando’s famed International Drive you can use the I-RIDE trolley. The trolley operates between 8am to 10:30pm each day.