Visit Disney or Universal Studios

by Bill Cantrell 10/11/2020

Image by Pharaoh_EZYPT from Pixabay

Florida is a place where your imagination can run wild. From sunny beaches to vast theme parks, you’ll never run out of things to do. One of the most popular destination spots in the state is Orlando, home of the Disney and Universal Studios properties. If you’ve ever wanted to become a kid again and throw your cares to the wind, these are perfect places to do it. Here’s why:


The Walt Disney properties consist of four theme parks: Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom. Then there’s Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon if you’re interested in cooling off around the water. Looking for great shopping and dining experiences? Try Disney’s Boardwalk, or relax and lounge at one of their Disney-themed resorts that offer everything you need and more. Right now, there are 18 resorts to choose from, with the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser opening in 2021. You’ll never get bored with the rides, activities, shows and experience that makes a Disney property one of the greatest places on planet Earth.


The Universal properties are also located in Orlando, with three separate parks: Islands of Adventure, Universal Studios and Volcano Bay. All three have something different to offer, suited to the adventurous, curious and water-lovers. Universal also has a boardwalk area complete with restaurants, a movie theater, shopping and more. If you’re wondering whether you can get tired from just one day … absolutely! Then you have over 7 Universal Orlando Resort hotels to choose from to wind down and get ready for another day of fun.

Both theme park destinations also host concerts and shows throughout the year, so if going on rides is not your thing, you can still experience the best of theme park offerings in your own way.

You may be wondering where do all the residents live? Orlando’s big enough for these theme parks and so much more! There are other great activities to be found in Orlando itself. You'll find a professional NBA team housed there, men and women’s professional soccer, Arena football, and professional ice hockey team. If you’re ever in town for more than a few days and need a quick respite from the sun, these are great ways to have a good time.

It’s true that Florida’s known for its beaches and great weather, but it’s also known for beautiful homes, greenery and activities that keep you busy 365 days of the year. Sometimes you need to take a breather from “life” as we know it and start seeing things through the eyes of a child. You can do that and so much more at a Disney or Universal property.

About the Author

Bill Cantrell

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