Booking Orlando tours is one of the best ways to kick off your Orlando vacation.
Tours of Orlando can offer you a chance to get a broad introduction to the city
and also to get lots of details and insider information you wouldn't necessarily
be able to pick up just by exploring on your own. Tours of Orlando also provide
easy access to popular Orlando
One of the most popular types of Orlando tours are city tours, which introduce visitors to a wide range of the city's offerings, and give a good sense of what different parts of the city are like. City tours often visit popular Orlando attractions. You might pass through the center of downtown Orlando and then take a narrated boat tour at Winter Park, seeing Lake Eola, Rollins College, and the City of Celebration. City tours of Orlando might even squeeze in a bit of luxury shopping on Park Avenue.
Particularly for those who don't want to do a lot of walking or who are staying in Orlando for only a short time, an Orlando bus tour is a smart choice. An Orlando bus tour can quickly cover many sights both in the downtown area, or go to popular destinations farther away.
Sightseeing tours of Orlando are by no means the only kind of Orlando tours available. There are a variety of kinds of Orlando tours that you can book, from sightseeing tours to beach tours to shopping tours. One popular tour offered is of the Kennedy Space Center. You can get transportation to the Center, admission to the visitor complex and into the engaging U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame, an opportunity to experience the G-Force trainer, and a two-hour bus-tour.
If you are a shop-till-you-drop kind of person, consider taking shopping tours of Orlando. You'll get round-trip transportation to places like The Mall at Millenia, Bealls Outlet, World of Denim, and the Reebok's Factory Outlet, as well as a lunch voucher.
If you're ready for fun in the sun, consider a beach tour to the Orlando beaches. The tour provides roundtrip transportation from pick-up spots at Orlando hotels to popular beaches like Clearwater Beach. You'll also have a buffet lunch, and options to go on a dolphin-spotting cruise or take a sealife boat tour guided by a marine biologist, with an island stop so that you can spend some time collecting shells.
If you want to learn more about the historical attractions in Orlando, consider taking historical walking tours of Orlando. You can hire a guide, or even take a self-guided tour using the historical walking tour information provided by the City of Orlando.
From tours of the Kennedy Space Center to Orlando shopping tours to an Orlando bus tour of the downtown area, there are Orlando tours to suit every personality and agenda. Often, Orlando tour packages will include admission to attractions or food vouchers, so do a little research ahead of time and you will be sure to find something perfect for your interests.