Expert Travel Advice to Orlando

Top Answers To Orlando Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    For ages 3-9 it's $79, and for 10 and up it's $88.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Hi Nana! Sounds like you're in for a good trip. Cocoa Beach is probably the closest good one. You can visit Cape Canaveral while you're out that way. Thanks to I-4, Daytona Beach is just as close (about an hour), but it's a little rougher around the edges during Spring Break. Other times of year, it has nice beaches. In Orlando, of course, are the theme parks. But you can also try some of the lesser known attractions, like Discovery Cove (Sea World's sister park) or the Orlando Science Center. Have a good trip.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Hopefully Away.com's LGBT travel guide to Orlando will have some ideas: http://vacation.away.com/florida/travel-v2-cid1848-orlando-cid350263-gay-and-lesbian-vacations.html
  • Anonymous user asked:
    Katrin answered:
    There are so many companies that provide transportation to Port Canaveral. If you would like to arrange your transfer ahead of time, i would recommend Star Trans company - http://www.orlandotransportationshuttle.com I don't know how many people are in your family, but the price for a group up to 4 people will be around $100. Very often they have great deals online. The second option is Mears. They have a stand inside the airport. You will have to wait for 30-40 min, but no need to book in advance.

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