With over 70 million tourists flocking to this land-locked central Florida city, Orlando contains 2 of the most popular theme parks in the country in Disney World and Universal Studios and is just an hour from the Gulf of Mexico to the West and the Atlantic Ocean to the East. Orlando is also known as one of the golf capitals of the world, boasting over 200 courses in and around the city.
There are twice weekly nonstop flight between the Lincoln Airport (LNK) and Orlando International Airport (MCO) departing on Thursday mornings and returning on Sunday mornings. Click below to check flight availability or to make a reservation.
We use Terminal C at MCO. The Orlando International Airport is located at One Jeff Fuqua Boulevard in South East Orlando. Onsite parking and car rental companies are available, as well as many buses that serve Port Canaveral's booming cruise business. Click here for the MCO airport website.
With an average annual temperature of around 72 degrees, there’s plenty of sunshine to go along with all the outdoor activities you can participate in. From boating to theme parks to golfing, there’s outdoor options for everyone.
5 star resort golfing, big drops with speeds up to 70mph are easily within reach for those looking to tee it up to those looking for big thrills. Manicured fairways and too many water hazards to count will challenge the best golfer, and numerous theme parks with rides for all adventure types will keep you coming back to Orlando for years to come.
The most visited attraction on Florida’s Space Coast is Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. The complex features thrills including Kennedy Space Center Tours, the legendary Rocket Garden, Shuttle Launch Experience, 3D IMAX® space films, Astronaut Encounters, Saturn V museum and the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame. Or visit the massive Space Shuttle Atlantis Exhibit. This 90,000-square-foot exhibit building will house more Than 60 Interactive Exhibits Telling the Story of the Space Shuttle Program.
Looking for one-of-a-kind shopping adventure? Look no further than world-famous Ron Jon’s Surf Shop or the Dinosaur Shop & Museum in the heart of Cocoa Beach. Or relax in one of the three historic downtown areas for boutique and antique shopping, dining, theater and entertainment. Take a walk along our spacious, quiet beaches.
Within roar of rocket engines is Port Canaveral, the World’s 2nd largest Cruise Port with the largest fleet of year-round cruise ships including majestic ships from Carnival, Disney, Norwegian Caribbean and Royal Caribbean. Many cruisers enjoy pre- or post-cruise hotel packages that include admission to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex or Orlando theme parks including Walt Disney World, Universal Studios or Sea World – all just a short drive away on the “Beachline.”
Looking to get lucky? Port Canaveral also features casino cruise ships and deep-sea fishing charters that depart daily. At Port Canaveral Cove, unwind at the great seafood restaurants with live entertainment and incredible views of cruise ships embarking on exotic journeys. Or look in all directions atop Exploration Tower.