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Getting In and Around Orlando City

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Orlando is a beautiful city in the state of Florida,USA. The city is also known as the theme park capital of the world. It is home to many famous tourist spots like the Disney World's Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom, and Disney Hollywood Studios, Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure, and SeaWorld. The city is also known for places like Downtown and International Drive.

The cheapest way to travel to Orlando is by taking the bus or trolley. Other means of transportation in Orlando are buses, cars or trains.

Getting to Orlando by Flight

Orlando is served by three airports: Orlando International Airport, Orlando Executive Airport and Orlando Sanford International Airport.

Orlando International Airport

The Orlando International Airport is located six miles southeast of Orlando. This Airport is the second-busiest airport in the state of Florida. The airport is managed by the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority.

Taxi/Cab services

Taxis may charge $33-$39 from airport to international drive. Flat rate fees are not authorized in Orlando. Therefore, metered rate may vary from places to place.
To book Ace Metro/Luxury Cab Call: 407-855-1111407-855-1111


Buses/Van Services


Buses Charge $2.00 to each destination from the airport.
Fares for Shuttle vans are charged per person. For complete information on vans and bookings click here.

Visit the Website of Orlando International Airport

Orlando Executive Airport

The Orlando Executive Airport is located 3 miles from Central Florida. It is operated by the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority and it is a perfect flight path for the corporate traveler.

Taxi/Cab services

Taxis may charge $33-$39 from airport to international drive. Flat rate fees are not authorized in Orlando. Therefore, metered rate may vary from place to place. For complete information on taxis and bookings click here.
  • To book Ace Metro/Luxury Cab Call: 407-855-1111 407-855-1111
  • For parking Information Call: 407-825-7275407-825-7275
    Buses/Van Services

    Buses Charge $2.00 for each destination from the airport. For complete information on buses and bookings click here. Fares for Shuttle van are charged per person.

    Visit the Website of Orlando Executive Airport

    Orlando Sanford International Airport

    The airport is located in Sanford near Orlando. Orlando Sanford International Airport is the secondary commercial airport of Orlando. The airport is owned by the Sanford Airport Authority.

    Taxi/Cab services

    For complete information on taxis and bookings click here.
    For all the parking information click here.

    Getting Orlando by Bus

    There are a number of affordable, convenient bus lines that travel to Orlando City from around the United States. These include:

    Getting to Orlando by Train

    Trains are also one of the good options to travel around Orlando. Orlando is well served by Amtrak and SunRail train services.


    Amtrak

    Amtrak is the national passenger railroad of the United States. It connects Florida to all the major states of United States of America. For more information, click here.

    SunRail

    SunRail service began on May 1, 2014. It is commuter rail system in Greater Orlando. Sunrail currently has 12 stations. SunRail only operates from Monday to Friday and does not operate on holidays.

    For more information, click here.

    Local Travel in Orlando City

    There are also local modes to travel within the city of Orlando. One can hire a bus, car or taxi to move from one place to another. I-ride- trolley is also another good option.

    I-RIDE Trolley 

    The International Drive Trolley or I-ride- trolley is the most convenient way to get around in the city especially in the International Drive area. I-RIDE Trolley system include two lines: the Green Line and the Red (or Main) Line. The Green Line operates the Universal Boulevard region and the Red Line serves travelers near International Drive or in the Major Boulevard. All the I-RIDE Trolleys are green. The trolleys run daily from 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.

    Fares
    • Single Cash Fare: $2.00 per ride
    • Kids Cash Fare: $1.00 per ride (ages 3-9)
    To get complete information Click here.

    Buses

    Buses are also another good means of transportation within the city. Some popular bus service in Orlando are Escot Bus Line and Pegasus Transportation. LYNX bus service is another great way to get around the city of Orlando. To get complete information click the links below:

    Taxi

    You can hire taxi/cabs from any place from Orlando provided they are empty. These are another good ways to travel in and around the city. Most popular taxi companies in Orlando are:

    Shuttle

    Shuttle services are also readily available in and around Orlando. The shuttle service is provided 24 X7. Some popular shuttle companies are Orlando Airport Van, Mears Transportation, and Supershuttle. Rates may vary by location and the fares are charged per person. Click here to get complete information on Shuttle service in Orlando.

    A complete map guide to get around Orlando

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