Orlando is a destination unlike any other with something for everyone. Ideally, there would be enough time for everything, but with more than 15 theme parks in the area, there’s always something else that you have to see. But that’s just another excuse to visit again!

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Adventurous travelers might even want to move to Orlando temporarily to see everything or keep coming back once or twice a year to explore everything that Orlando has to offer. But if you don’t have that kind of time or you’re having trouble deciding where to go, here are 7 of the best places to visit in Orlando.

  1. SeaWorld Orlando

If you want to experience sea life at its finest and enjoy a day at an amusement park, SeaWorld is the place for you with its giant roller coasters and dolphin shows.

Part aquarium and part amusement park, SeaWorld isn’t just a place for thrill-seekers who love riding roller coasters like the Manta Ride, Infinity Falls and Kraken; it’s a place where you can experience marine life firsthand with the Manatee Rehabilitation Center, the spectacular 360° Turtle Trek, the gorgeous Manta Ray Aquarium, and the delightful Antarctic Habitat where you can experience Happy Feet for yourself.

  1. Epcot at Disney World

A famous part of the Disney World Orlando Resort, Epcot is an iconic must-see attraction that you should definitely consider putting at the top of your list of things to visit in Orlando.

Here, you’ll find Disney’s futuristic vision of the world with huge areas including the Future World and the World Showcase. The World Showcase highlights the great achievements of humanity and its incredible cultural diversity. From the Mexican exhibit to the Chinese, Canadian, and Italian exhibit to the technological exhibitions that will make you want to book a shuttle to Mars, at Epcot you’ll feel like you’re part of humanity’s past, present, and future all at the same time.

  1. . Cabo Discovery

If you’re looking to escape to the tropics and have an aquatic experience, the Cabo Discovery is the attraction for you.

With your All-Inclusive pass, you can enjoy the park as much as you want without worrying about paying for the food or drinks because they’re already included. Make sure you bring enough sunscreen because you’ll want to spend the whole day snorkeling or diving in the reef, around the cove, or in the lagoon at the Cabo Discovery.

  1. Jurassic Park at Universal’s Islands of Adventure

If you’re a movie buff, you’ll scream in glee at each of the attractions and spectacles in this park. As soon as you enter the park, you’ll be able to recognize the gentle but massive giants everywhere — brontosaurus, triceratops, or even running from a few velociraptors.

If you want to spend a day at the Cloud Island, Jurassic Park can be found on the Islands of Adventure in the Universal Resort.

  1. Animal Kingdom at Disney World

We’ve seen them on TV and in the movies, but nothing can compare with the body and soul of the Animal Kingdom.

Prepare to have an adventure full of nonstop fun. Start by joining the Na’vi from Avatar and defend Pandora, get to know Timon and Pumbaa, sing along with your favorite Lion King songs with the Festival of the Lion King. Swim with the fish in Finding Nemo, go on a safari and see the most beautiful species of the jungle, survive the Forbidden Mountain, travel the Kali River Rapids, meet Russell and Dug at the Height Adventure, and learn about so much more with Mickey and the whole Disney family.

  1. Magic Kingdom at Disney World

At Disney, making your dreams come true is their business, and visiting the Magic Kingdom is the way to experience decades of magic, princesses, and illusions that Disney has been working on throughout the years.

Not only can you meet and take a selfie with your favorite Disney princess like Cinderella, Merida, Belle, Jasmine, or Sleeping Beauty here, you can also relive the legends of the Pirates of the Caribbean, Space Mountain, Splash Mountain, you can get your thrills at The Haunted Mansion which has just been renovated to make sure you have an unforgettable experience.

Are you ready to find out which destination is number one on the list of must-see places in Orlando?

  1. Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal’s Island of Adventure

The Harry Potter universe holds a special place in every millennial’s heart with its magic, spectacles, characters, games, collector’s items, and delicious food. Get your robes and wand ready and pack your bag because once you “apparate” to the Wizarding World in Orlando, you’ll never want to go back!

Separated into two areas, this park will make Hogwarts, Hogsmeade, Diagon Alley, and J.K. Rowling’s universe of Harry Potter unfold right before your very eyes.

Start your trip on Diagon Alley and visit the Leaky Cauldron for a Butterbeer or a sherry while you drink in the magical scene. Organize an impossible heist at Gringotts with your friends and family and then head down to Ollivander’s to let your wand choose you. Don’t forget the Hogwarts Express at King’s Cross Station on Platform 9 ¾ and get yourself to Hogsmeade where you can ride a Hippogriff, indulge your sweet tooth at Honeydukes and then wash your sweets down with a delicious butterbeer at the Three Broomsticks. Don’t forget to head up to Hogwarts and enjoy the view from the castle where you can meet Harry Potter himself! 100 points to Gryffindor for an incredible experience!

Whether you’d rather go for a few days or stay a whole month, we’d suggest you use this list of the 7 best places to go in Orlando to help plan your trip.

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