If there’s one thing Orlando excels at, it’s hospitality. Performance and entertainment are the city’s lifeblood. The road to post-pandemic vitality and stability has been rocky, and workers are still fighting to force the big resorts to pay them their worth, but the city is doing everything it can to put on a game face and welcome visitors while it sorts out its troubles.

Orlando’s economic formula may be shifting, but its entertainment formula remains the same: immerse, dazzle, thrill, delight. O-Town is nothing without you, its audience—in fact, just by coming, you play an essential role in its health.

The routes suggested here, loose enough to let the magic in, prioritize what’s worth seeing and when. Observe the basic park patterns and you’ll do just fine. These itineraries assume mild lines (so, not peak season), and if you would like to try a specific table-service restaurant, it’s imperative you arrive with reservations, particularly for Cinderella’s Royal Table .


Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.