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Orlando Travel Tips
Orlando, Florida, Vacation Rentals by Owner
Escape for a fun filled Orlando vacation – an amazing destination for honeymooners, families, couples, and groups traveling together. Settle into the ideal Orlando lodging – Orlando vacation rentals offered by owner with plenty of room for everyone to relax, the convenience of a full kitchen and the luxury of special amenities, like homes with private pools and outdoor patio spaces. Enjoy all there is to do near Orlando vacation homes, and enjoy your down time even more by having a spacious home to return to. Orlando hotels can’t match our owners’ vacation homes for space, comfort and relaxation. You’re sure to find the ideal Orlando lodging on VRBO, from luxurious condo rentals in Vista Cay and other resort communities to spacious single-family vacation homes and villas that offer your group plenty of privacy and all the comforts of home.
Things to Do Near Orlando Vacation Villas
With so much to do surrounding Orlando vacation homes, your only challenge will be scheduling all your favorites on your Orlando vacation. Orlando is synonymous with its theme parks at Disney World, Universal Studios and SeaWorld, and some new names have been given to Orlando favorites: Sea World’s water park and theme park are now known as Worlds of Discovery and include Aquatica Waterpark, Busch Gardens Africa and SeaWorld Orlando. Disney World MGM Studios has become Disney’s Hollywood Studios, one of the four world-famous Disney theme parks that remain one of the major attractions that brings vacationers to Orlando year round.
Orlando vacation rental homes are near more than theme parks; there are so many venues in Orlando to entice everyone to play. Orlando is a major golf destination, and VRBO has many golf course villas and homes to get you close to the links. Orlando’s lakes and waterways provide spots for water sports, fishing and boating – check out A Pro Bass Guide Service for a fishing excursion or the Winter Park Scenic Boat Tour through Orlando. Walt Disney World’s water parks, lagoons and preserves also offer activities like surf lessons, water-skiing, hiking, and horseback riding. You can find even more Orlando tours & things to do in Orlando from Viator.com. Whether your family or group wants to take in a little of the theme parks or a lot, you’ll find plenty of activity options to make your Orlando vacation just right for everyone.
Restaurants and Shopping Near Orlando Vacation Home Lodging
Don’t let dining out be an afterthought on vacation in Orlando. Orlando vacation homes are near a huge variety of Orlando restaurants, from family friendly to fine dining, so there’s something to suit everyone’s taste. Try new restaurants along the shopping and dining district of International Drive (known as I-Drive) or in downtown Orlando: Check out Taverna Opa for family-style Greek food or Citrus Restaurant, an award-winning top new restaurant downtown. Orlando restaurants include lots of family favorites and family-oriented values – be sure to take advantage of the many kids-eat-free offers at popular Orlando family restaurants. If you’re travelling as a group, several eateries make it easy for your vacation group to sit down together: Get reservations at The Crystal Palace in the Magic Kingdom, Nine Dragons in Epcot, Mama Melrose’s Ristorante at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and at many more in the Disney Resort and around town.
Orlando theme parks offer lots of souvenir and gift shopping, but serious shoppers will find even more satisfaction at the Orlando Premium Outlets with over 150 retailers and at Pointe Orlando, an open air marketplace with shops to stroll through and lots of dining options, both on I-Drive. For a different experience from tourist-oriented Orlando, head to downtown Orlando’s North Orange Avenue to peruse antiques and collectibles at locally owned shops like Flo’s Attic and the Fly Fisherman. You’ll have plenty of space in your Orlando vacation home rental to collect your treasures; the only challenge will be getting your goods home!
Transportation To and Around Orlando Vacation Homes
Orlando vacation homes near Walt Disney World, SeaWorld Orlando and Universal Studios are also close to Orlando International Airport, making it easy to get from the airport to your Orlando rental in an hour or less, and your rental home or condo will have room for parking. The I-Ride Trolley provides inexpensive transit (free for kids 12 and under) on International Drive, stopping at many Orlando attractions, restaurants and shopping areas, including SeaWorld and Universal Studios. Orlando is a tourism-friendly city with excellent signage to help you navigate the drive to your day’s events.
Best Time to Book Orlando Vacation Rental Villas by Owner
Most Orlando vacation rental owners offer their vacation homes year round, and central Florida temperatures remain warm throughout the year. Book Orlando villa rentals early for school breaks during summer and winter time, since these are the peak Orlando vacation seasons. You’ll find some vacation values from October to March, excluding major holidays. Orlando vacations offer summer fun, holiday magic and a great Florida getaway any time of year. Choose the time that’s right for your Orlando vacation, find the perfect accommodations here on VRBO, and get ready for a fun-filled time in Orlando, Florida!
Cheer at the Capital One Bowl [Citrus Bowl] and Enjoy a Stay in Orlando
Follow your team to the Capital One Bowl and enjoy an Orlando vacation along with your college football celebration. VRBO offers a huge selection of Orlando vacation rental homes for Capital One Bowl lodging and close to all the fun in Orlando, Florida.
Orlando Vacation Villas for Pre Game Parties and Post Game Fun
Historically, the Capital One Bowl has been called the Tangerine Bowl or the Florida Citrus Bowl until 2002, and the venue is Orlando’s Florida Citrus Bowl stadium, host of the event since 1947. Make plans to be there to root on your SEC or Big Ten team and celebrate the college football season on January 1, 2010. Score an Orlando vacation villa big enough for your whole group to hang out in between the big game and visiting Orlando theme parks.