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Before Walt Disney turned his attention to Orlando in 1965, it was little more than a backwater that made its living from orange cultivation. Seven years later, Disney's flagship theme park opened, redefining the modern amusement park. Today, Orlando receives upwards of 50 million visitors per year, making it one of the most-visited cities in the US.

The three biggest theme parks are Disney World, Sea World and Universal Studios. These parks are constantly vying for recognition and trying to unveil the best new ride or concept. Visitors enjoy better attractions and greater discounts in the process.

There's no question that Orlando is a purpose-built city with children in mind but there's still plenty to thrill parents in and out of the parks. The city itself is separate from the parks district, and it overflows with designer boutiques and finedining restaurants. Between the production troupes inside the parks and the chic dance clubs and lounges attached to hotels in Orlando, there's as much to do after dark as there is during the daytime.

The greatest convenience of a vacation in Orlando is the intensity with which the parks court visitors. Free transportation abounds and there's always an incentive for spending an extra day in the parks or trying out a new service or facility to ensure the big kids have just as much fun as the little ones.


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