Orlando parks, Orlando activities, Orlando tickets, Orlando hotels, and more. This category covers all about Orlando, parks, attractions and other fun activities in “The Theme Park Capital of the World”.
You will find information about Disney, Universal and Sea World in a special category about the major theme parks.
Find the odd Orlando activities, read about restaurants and shopping, let us guide you to exciting attractions and adventures that has nothing to do with Mickey Mouse or Harry Potter.
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This section gives you the overview, it has it all.
Browse below pages and find inspiration and use our guides to plan for an amazing visit to the Orlando area. Not to mention the money you will save by using the right ticket agency and special offers.
In this section, we also present Orlando’s entertainment areas outside the parks, such as Disney Springs, City Walk and International Drive. The best places for evening activities, entertainment as well as restaurant visits.
In addition, we travel to other parts of central Florida, for visits to places of interest such as Legoland Florida and Kennedy Space Center. Also expect to find excursions in nature in this section.
You will also get insider tips about the best Orlando hotels. We will tell you where to stay close to the Disney World parks and why one of the Orlando hotels is the most booked in the whole state of Florida!
In 2021, it will be 50 years since the transformation of Orlando began. Nothing was the same after 1971.
Many years earlier, Walt Disney had started his project by (secretly) buying up large tracts of land south of the small farming community of Orlando.
In 1971 Magic Kingdom opened. The park was the start of a huge expansion. More Disney parks, Universal and Sea World came to town.
The expansion is still ongoing. And at a furious pace. New residential areas and hotels are constantly being built. The city is growing at record speed.
This website is a standalone version of Scandinavian Florida.nu. Since the original has been published since 2005, it consists of up to 300 pages of information about Florida. Therefore, it will take time for us to translate everything, it is done manually (no machine translation).
We focus on meeting the need for up to date information about “New Florida”, such as what the theme parks in Orlando will be like when the state opens to visitors from other parts of the world.