Hiring a car in Orlando
Holidays in Orlando, Florida, are not all about Disney although the variety of theme parks are a pretty big attraction. Orlando hotels tend to be clustered around the major tourist attractions, but it pays to go off the beaten track, let the kids have their fun and then take off with a car rental in Orlando. Holidays in Orlando can be based by the major theme parks, including Disney and Universal Orlando Resort, which includes Universal Studios and Universal's Island of Adventure. However, with cheap Orlando car hire, you can go beyond the theme parks and get wet in one of the many water parks.
Cheap Car Hire in Orlando
On a holiday to the theme park capital of the world you want to maximise your time. Cheap Orlando car hire is a great way to get around - you'll have the flexibility to move from park to park, and head to the beach and other major Florida cities, if you wish! America's love of the motor vehicle is made clear in the enormous carparks at major attractions!
Where You Can Hire a Car at Orlando Airport
It's so easy to hire a car at Orlando Airport - in fact, Orlando is the largest rental car market in the world! Unlike many car rental services at international airports, you won't even need to hop in a shuttle to find your ride! Rental companies are located in the A-side and B-side of the terminal on the Ground Transportation Level (level 1). Use our search tools to nab your car and get a great price, and you'll remove a whole lot of stress for yourself!
Places to visit in Orlando
One scenic drive worth exploring is the mid Florida Atlantic coast, which takes in the Cape Canaveral area, Cocoa Beach and Satellite Beach. If you don't fancy venturing that far, there is Kissimmee, offering a wealth of outdoor recreation, including canoeing, kayaking, exploring the headwaters of the Everglades or air boating across Lake Toho. If it's action you're after, you can fly a real military plane in Warbird Adventures or on the shores of Lake Bryan, Buena Vista Water Sports has every water sport going. For early birds, (typically 6am start) try Orlando balloon rides.
The main reason most people visit Orlando is for its theme parks! Most theme parks offer vast carparks, so there's no need to worry about whether you'll be able to find a park. So, which theme parks can you visit? There's LEGOLAND, SeaWorld, Universal Studios, Discovery Code, more Disney attractions than you can poke a stick at, Epcot, and Magic Kingdom. Phew!
Outside of the fantastical realm of theme parks, there's still plenty to see and do. Orlando has its fair share of museums for the cerebral of visitors. The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art contains the largest collection of Tiffany glass in the world, and there is also a railroad museum, a fine arts museum, and an African-American history museum. You could also head downtown to watch the Orlando Magic basketball team shoot hoops, or spend big at the Mall at Millennia, Orlando Premium Outlets International Drive and Orlando Premium Outlets Vineland Avenue. And may we suggest a day trip to Miami, about a four-hour drive away?