Finding your way around
Orlando International Airport (MCO, tel. 407-825-2001, www.orlandoairports.net) is located roughly 10km south of downtown Orlando. State Road 528 (also known as the Beeline Expressway) runs directly to I-4, which provides access to the various districts of the city.
While Interstate 4 is a major east-west freeway across Central Florida, linking the Atlantic coast in Daytona Beach to the Gulf Coast in Tampa, it runs north-south through the Orlando area. Exits are marked for downtown Orlando, the International Drive Resort Area, the sundry theme parks and other cities.
Three trains operated by Amtrak serve Greater Orlando: the Silver Meteor, the Silver Star and the Palmetto.
Greyhound Orlando Downtown Terminal
555 N. John Young Pkwy.
tel. (407) 292-3422
By Public Transportation
LYNX (tel. 407-841-5969, www.golynx.com) is Orlando's public transportation provider. Buses travel the roads of downtown Orlando, but also run to the Disney World, Universal Orlando and SeaWorld theme parks, as well as to the airport. If you're heading to the International Drive Resort Area, you can opt for the I-Ride Trolley (tel. 407-248-9590, www.iridetrolley.com) instead.