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Universal Studios Floridaimage

Another Orlando Florida landmark, this attraction is two amazing side-by-side theme parks. Universal Studios Florida and Universal Studios Islands of Adventure both provide state of the art entertainment, catering to all ages, nationalities and interests.

In addition there is non-stop nightlife at the Resort plus three superior on-site Orlando hotels providing great vacation accommodation.

imageUniversal Studios Florida

This is the number one movie studio theme park in the world where real movie sets and attractions take you right into the heart of your favorite scenes.   With the familiar "lights, camera, action" calls, you are able to "Ride the Movies" with excellent 3-D shows and motion simulators which will transport you through the sets of Jaws and Earthquake.

Plunge into action with Terminator 3; meet up with King Kong on the New York subway; tremble through Alfred Hitchcock's thrillers and marvel at the awesome live spectacle of Twister. You may even experience live filming being done at Nickelodeon's sound stages or in other areas of the park, as this is a working motion picture and television production studio. 

Enjoy a stroll through the featured "cities" of Hollywood, San Francisco and New York and be truly amazed at the remarkable architecture. Pop in to the souvenir shops ingeniously concealed behind great storefronts and relax and enjoy the restaurants and bars. The city walk precinct is the centre for daily events, shopping centres, nightlife plus a galaxy of restaurants and dining opportunities.

imageUniversal Studios Islands of Adventure

Universal Studios newest park comprises of five islands, each with a distinct personality, each offering something for everyone.  Fly with the prehistoric Pteranodon Flyer over the jungles of Jurassic Park, laugh at slapstick ruckus's at Toon Lagoon and be enthralled with the battles between good and evil on Marvel Super Hero Island. 

Prepare to be spellbound by the mythical sorcerers on the Lost Continent and enjoy fanciful revelry at Seuss Landing. Experience an amazing array of rides and shows with innovative thrills and unexpected adventures. Attractions not to be missed include the Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man, a combination roller coaster/motion simulator with twists, spins and a simulated 400-foot drop.  The Dueling Dragons  travels at 55 to 60 mph and executes five inversions.

The Incredible Hulk Coaster, a glow-in-the-dark roller coaster, spins upside down and executes seven roll-overs 100 feet from the ground. There are still the attractions for Dudley Do-Right's Ripsaw Falls, Back to the Future, Terminator 2, 3-D Battle Across Time, Men in Black Alien Attack and Jimmy Neutron's Nicktoon Blast. 

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This dazzling 30 acre complex is Orlando’s hottest spot for entertainment. Conveniently located at the entrance to both theme parks, Universal City Walk is home to the best of the best in live music, casual and fine dining, dancing, shopping, movies and more. 

imageGetting There & Getting Around

At least 35 scheduled airlines and almost as many charter companies fly into Orlando International Airport.  Delta runs nearly 25% of the flights from around 160 cities. Other carriers include Air Canada,  British Airways, Continental, Northwest, America West, American and US Airways. 

Amtrak has services to and from Orlando and many of the surrounding towns such as Sebring, Winter Haven, Kissimmee, Sanford and Ocala.

The Orlando Airport site provides and excellent page about shuttle services and city transport.  A trolley service called the I Ride provides a fun way to get around the International Drive Resort Area.  The LYNX bus service is provided by the Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority and covers the Orlando and surrounding cities metropolitan areas.

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