5-Day Orlando Itinerary

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5 Days in Orlando

Orlando, the theme park capital of the world, is a destination that’s loved by all who visit. Packed with so much to enjoy, see and do, it's easy to see why. And, if you’re thinking of visiting for the first time, we encourage you to do so as it's a holiday destination, that’s unlike anywhere else and to follow this itinerary!

Day 1 Highlights


Embassy Suites by Hilton Orlando

Embassy Suites by Hilton Orlando

Completely renovated in 2016, Embassy Suites Orlando-International Drive Convention Center is a deluxe, all-suite hotel on International Drive, surrounded by dining, entertainment, shopping and a variety of attractions. The hotel is just a half-mile from the Orlando/Orange County Convention Center, and just minutes from Orlando’s world-famous theme parks.

Ripley’s Believe It or Not!

Ripley’s Believe It or Not!

This is the perfect nostalgic place to visit for all 90’s kids as well as adults, who were interested in television shows. The Ripley’s believe it or not is based on the popular show that had the same name. This building is an interesting museum that is filled with artifacts that are both unique as well as bizarre!

Chuy's

Chuy's

Chain serving "big as yo' face" burritos & other Tex-Mex dishes in kitschy, Elvis-heavy settings.

TITANIC: The artifact exhibition

TITANIC: The artifact exhibition

Step back in time to April 1912 when you visit Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition in Orlando! See more than 300 artifacts, costumed actors, and full-scale room recreations!

Icon Park Orlando

Icon Park Orlando

An entertainment complex featuring fun and games for the whole family. You can spend your day exploring over 40 amazing restaurants, funky bars, boutique shops and amusement park rides. Whatever your interests or favorite ways to have fun, ICON Park is the place for you.

Indoor Skydiving

Indoor Skydiving

Get the thrills of skydiving without jumping out of a plane at iFly. This indoor skydiving arena next door to Pointe Orlando will leave you breathless. More than just a quick jump, the vertical tunnel creates a cushion of air, on which you can safely float under the guidance of an instructor. This is an all-ages activity for people of all abilities. As a famous space ranger once said, “It’s not flying; it’s falling with style.”

Café Tu Tu Tango

Café Tu Tu Tango

Artists paint as you eat at this funky tapas spot with live entertainment plus a patio & bar.

Day 2 Highlights


WonderWorks Orlando

WonderWorks Orlando

WonderWorks is an amusement park for the mind with 35,000 square feet of “edu-tainment”. The attraction combines education and entertainment with more than 100 hands on exhibits that challenge the mind and spark the imagination.
This once top-secret laboratory was located in the Bermuda triangle. An experiment gone awry lifted the laboratory, carrying it to International Drive in Orlando, Florida where it landed upside down. Luckily, all of the exhibits remained intact and available for guests to explore.

Chocolate Museum and Cafe

Chocolate Museum and Cafe

Where does chocolate come from?
Discover this and more at the world of chocolate museum tour. Where you will learn everything about chocolate history and try chocolates from around the world.

Christini's at Sand Lake

Christini's at Sand Lake

A 5-star fine dining restaurant in Orlando along with a reputation that has actually allured celebrities, dignitaries, and professionals for over thirty years.

Day 3 Highlights


Universal Studios Orlando

Universal Studios Orlando

Immerse yourself in the next generation of blockbuster entertainment at Universal Studios Florida, where cutting-edge rides, shows and attractions bring your favorite movies, television and more to life at Universal Orlando Resort.

The Stubborn Mule

The Stubborn Mule

Cool venue with a contemporary feel offering a playful menu of New American dishes & cocktails.

Day 4 Highlights


Walt Disney World Resort

Walt Disney World Resort


Covering nearly 47 square-miles, the Walt Disney World Resort features four theme parks: Epcot, Magic Kingdom Park, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park and Disney's Hollywood Studios, two water parks: Disney's Blizzard Beach and Disney's Typhoon Lagoon and over 20 resort hotels. With interactive rides, animal adventures, magical attractions, dining, shopping and nearly 60,000 cast members performing in more than 3,000 different roles, guests will be sure to feel the magic of Disney during each and every visit.

Morimoto Asia

Morimoto Asia

Chef Masaharu Morimoto partners in this glitzy space serving upscale Pan-Asian fare, sushi & steaks.

Day 5 Highlights


Everglades Airboat Tour

Everglades Airboat Tour

Explore the Everglades on this thrilling high speed ride! Leave that TV remote at home, this real world adventure will take you up to 40 mph and bring you face to face with some of this world's most incredible wild creatures.

Hunger Street Tacos

Hunger Street Tacos

Hunger Street Tacos is just a few minutes away from Orlando's urban core. The simple joint crafts dishes such as esquites (Mexican street corn) and refreshing cucumber salads from old family recipes alongside more modern fare like fried avocado tacos and savory mushroom quesadillas. You'll know you've found the right spot when you see the building with the impressive mural of a little girl surrounded by flowers.

CityArts

CityArts

CityArts is downtown’s largest collective of art galleries which showcases an infusion of local and international works of art, rotated on a monthly basis.

The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art

The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art

The Morse Museum houses the world’s most comprehensive collection of works by Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848–1933), including the artist and designer’s jewelry, pottery, paintings, art glass, leaded-glass lamps and windows; his chapel interior from the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago; and art and architectural objects from his Long Island country estate, Laurelton Hall. The Museum’s holdings also include American art pottery, late 19th- and early 20th-century American paintings, graphics, and decorative art.