When planning your trip to Orlando, figuring out how to get around is just one detail that makes you nervous. Don't worry. There are several ways to get around Orlando and bring you right to the attractions you want to see.
Getting around Orlando isn't difficult. Fortunately Orlando was planned as a car-friendly city and the easiest way to get around Orlando is by car. Interstate 4 (I-4) which runs East and West, provides access to all of Orlando's theme parks as well as nearly all of Orlando's toll roads, including Florida's Turnpike.
12 miles from the Orlando International Airport off the Interstate 4 is the International Drive area, noted for its high concentration of hotel chains, the Orlando Convention Center and major Orlando theme parks, SeaWorld, Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure and the Wet 'n' Wild water park. Linked by Interstate 4 (I-4) and 20 miles southwest of Orlando International Airport is the famed Walt Disney World.
Below is a list of options available to you while you are in Orlando
|Tampa||1 hour||Sarasota||2 hours|
|Daytona||1 hour||Sanibel Island||3 hours|
|Cocoa Beach||1 hour||Naples||3 hours|
|Clearwater||1 hour 15 minutes||Miami||4 hours|
|St Petersburg||1 hour 15 minutes||Key Largo||5 hours|
|Palm Beach||2 hours||Key West||7 hours|
|Anna Marie Island||2 hours|