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Orlando, "The City Beautiful" holds the mantle of being one of the world's premier tourist destinations, from swan boats and Clydesdales to oranges and alligators. Attractions, thrill rides, restaurants, comedy Clubs, theme Parks: whether you’re talking about Universal Studios, the Holy Land Experience, SeaWorld Adventure Park or even the Magic Kingdom itself, there’s always something magical in the air.

Walt Disney World Resort

Wonder and imagination run like a silvery ribbon through all that is Disney. Resort hotels, gourmet restaurants, state-of-the-art attractions, and international pavilions. It's a place for every time and every season, and whether you're a wide-eyed child, a honeymooner, or a grandparent, there's a kingdom, a character, a chorus of delight that calls to all who are young at heart. This world-famous resort consists of four theme parks (Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, MGM Studios, Animal Kingdom), three water parks, more than 20 hotels, eight golf courses and a myriad of attractions.

Epcot is a Disney theme park is divided into two areas: Future World, with attractions based on modern advances and futuristic projections, and World Showcase, where various world cultures are on display. is a two-part project with no end in sight. Future World is a constantly evolving component that displays a continual focus on technological advancements that the times ahead may hold. World Showcase allows visitors to experience the customs and cultures of eleven different nations in a single afternoon. Additional attractions found here include a jaw-dropping laser show and numerous other interesting shows.

Animal Kingdom is Disney's newest theme park lets you explore the unpredictable world of animals on safari, in a prehistoric world and at stage shows. Animal Kingdom was thought of after the successful Lion King movie. In the park you will find the Tree of Life. This spectacular tree includes sculptures of various animals and stands 14 stories high. Amazing! There are several interactive sections as well as a show about being a bug in which you don bug eyes. A fun show!

Magic Kingdom is one of four separate theme parks within the Disney World complex. It consists of seven different lands, including Main Street USA, Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Adventureland, Frontierland, Liberty Square and Toontown Fair; each of these exciting realms brings a different figment of the imagination to life. In this fantasyland, children are able to safari in an African jungle, interact with Pluto and Donald Duck and embark on adventures in a world that existed hundreds of years ago.

Disney-MGM Studios Site of the film and television studios of the Disney Company where visitors can "co-star" in a television show or get a chance to watch a film or television production in the making. Disney-MGM Studios provides a back stage look at TV and movie productions as well as radio broadcasts and the making of animated programs. One of the best parts about this theme park is that it isn't all just for show, as the facilities are entirely functional. Children enjoy strolling down legendary streets like Sunset Boulevard or Dalmatian Avenue as they make their way to the next fascinating attraction. Two of the most popular rides include The Tower of Terror (a 13-story free fall) and Rock n' Roller Coaster.

Cirque Du Soleil  Billed as "theatrical ride for the senses," this is one of a handful of permanent Cirque Du Soleil displays around the world. Consistent rave reviews make this show, written and directed by Franco Dragone, a must-see for the whole family while in Orlando. The theater is set up so that everyone has the best possible view. Then you have the performances, which feature unbelievably magical talent. Reservations can be made up to 6 months in advance.

DisneyQuest, a state-of-the-art interactive fun park, provides a full afternoon of fun activities for the entire family. Young children, especially, will enjoy the Create Zone, whose Animation Academy artists help them learn how to draw Disney characters, and the Replay Zone. And the rides, you wonder? Let's just say there are more than enough to entertain the older kids and their parents: Buzz Lightyear's AstroBlaster, Pirates of the Caribbean: Battle for Buccaneer Gold and CyberSpace Mountain, to name but a few. Should the family get a little hungry, there's no reason to leave, for the Cheesecake Factory Express and Wonderland Café offer a variety of tasty meal and snack options.