Cities for Luxury Travelers in Orlando & Walt Disney World, Florida
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- 1Florida, USA113 reviews
You can get miserably lost in New York City but still have a nice time and a pretty skyline in view. Getting lost in Orlando is much scarier. Central Florida is way more spread out than people realize, and you do not want to come here without doing some research. If Orange Blossom Trail sounds like a beautiful place, then ...
- 2Florida, USA216 reviews
Absolutely a magical world of its own... When you're here, there's an endless amount of adventure and fun awaiting. I can't express how much I wish to come back here and experience the memories I had as a child!
- 3Florida, USA14 reviews
Despite its proximity to Orlando, tree-lined Winter Park—and its top-five-ranked main street, Park Avenue—scored pretty well with readers for not having too many tykes running around (presumably they’re all safely tucked away at the theme parks). This historic Florida town also scored in the top 10 for bakeries and ice cream parlors. To see why, head to Lu Lu’s Ice ...
- 4Florida, USA17 reviews
Visit the shops for more ways to part you from your holiday spending money! Loads of souvenirs of your trip can be brought here and there are severalplaces to eat too.
- 5Florida, USA32 reviews
This is the city that borders Walt Disney World. It is an old cow town but has a nice small downtown area. The number of restaurants and stores is numerous and can be busy do to the tourist traffic.
- 6Florida, USA27 reviews
This is a nice diversion to all of the main tourist sites around the Orlando area. It looks like a version of the small town one thinks of and would probably like to live in. They have a cute little downtown area, a lake you can walk around and a number of nice restaurants. They also have some nice events ...
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- 7Florida, USA1 review
Davenport is just far enough from busy Orlando, and yet only 15 minutes from maingate Disney. We stayer on a selfcatering vacation villa at Watersong Resort. With pool and spa and just across from the de luxe club house. See www.vacationinflorida.nl
- 8Florida, USA5 reviews
Charming small town. Lots of antique shops, a quaint diner, a fabulous Sunday Farmer's Market, all on the shores of a beautiful lake.
- 9Florida, USA1 review
This is a small city in Polk county just a short distance from Orlando. Fairly typical of small Florida towns with a mix of housing and small businesses.
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- 15Florida, USA1 review
It is just another division of orlando, and is 2 lights down. No big deal
- 16Florida, USA1 review
This is an unincorporated city located just south of Kissimmee. We have a house in Solivita which is an age restricted development just on the edge of Osceloa and Polk counties. Nice place and a lot less busy then Kissimmee.
- 17Florida, USA3 reviews
A lovely small town to the north of our villa. Plenty of shops and restaurants. If you are flying in and out through Sanford this is very close to the airport
- 18Florida, USA2 reviews
Sleepy little suburb with little to offer except strip malls and bigotry. One of those places where the Tea Party is taken seriously.
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