Hotel and Travel

Orlando
A world-renowned destination, Orlando is the place to make all of your vacation dreams come true.  Of course, it is beloved for its theme parks: Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando® Resort, SeaWorld Orlando and many others.  But it also beckons with world-class resorts, shopping opportunities for every budget, all-season golf courses, and some of the most enticing dining opportunities on the planet.  Less known but equally inviting are the downtown sections of Orlando itself and many nearby towns in Central Florida – places that celebrate public art and take pride in offering a myriad of cultural opportunities.

Orlando offers its guests a warm sunny climate, sporting activities, outdoor recreational activities, cultural events, exciting nightlife, and world-famous attractions. Please visit the website below for more information on Orlando.

www.orlandoinfo.com 

Easy to get here

By Air 

Orlando offers the largest airport area with the 2nd lowest fares of the top 30 airports in the United States.

Orlando International Airport offers more flights to more places than any other airport in Florida, in fact Orlando International Airport provides non-stop service to more major U.S. destinations than most other cities in the U.S.

With more than 800 flights per day, on over 40 airlines, Orlando International Airport is so easy to get to, that's why more than 90,000 passengers use the airport every day.

Orlando is the perfect choice for domestic travel or international connections. Whether traveling within the U.S. or around the world, heading for Orlando or just connecting through the airport, Orlando's superior domestic route network gives you more service to more destinations, making your journey quicker and more convenient. 

By Road 

There are several major highways that provide East connections and access from all ports of Florida.  Interstate 4 runs from Daytona Beach on the East Coast to St. Petersburg on the West Coast.  Interstate 10 enters the state in the panhandle and extends to Jacksonville in the Northeast.  Interstate 75 enters Florida just South of Valdosta, Georgia and runs south to Miami and the Florida Turnpike connects I-75 South to Ocala, extending southeast through Orlando and continuing South to Miami.

Crossing U.S. Borders 

(U.S. Citizens - Air Travel)
All U.S. citizens including children must present a passport or other approved travel document when entering the United States by air. U.S. citizens can present a passport, NEXUS card at airports with NEXUS kiosks, U.S. military ID with travel orders, or a U.S. Merchant Mariner Document when on official business.

U.S. Citizens - Land/Sea Travel
U.S. citizens entering the United States at sea or land ports of entry are required to have documents that comply with the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI), most commonly a U.S. passport, a passport card, a trusted traveler card such as NEXUS, SENTRI or FAST, or an enhanced driver's license. See the complete list of WHTI-compliant documents.

Citizens of Other Countries - Air Travel
All international visitors regardless of country of origin must present a passport or secure document when entering the United States by air.

Citizens of Other Countries - Land/Sea Travel
All international visitors will need to present a single document that complies with the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI). See www.getyouhome.gov for more information.

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