Our guided tour bus will get you closer to Orlando's best landmarks and attractions. Discover the city's history over our well-designed sightseeing routes, featuring over 20 different stops.

the most famous worldwide

universal studios

Universal opened its doors in 1990 and in 1999 opened Islands of Adventure. In this thrilling park, you can experience rides such as Transformers: The Ride 3D, Hulk, Hollywood Rip Ride Rocket, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, The Escape from Gringotts, and many more.

walt disney world

The Disney property covers about 27, 258 acres (about the size of San Fransico, California) featuring four theme parks, two water parks, twenty-seven themed resort hotels, nine non-Disney hotels and other entertainment venues, including the outdoor shopping center called Disney Springs.

SeaWorld Orlando has three roller coasters: Kraken Unleashed is a roller coaster that goes over 150 feet high; in Manta, riders go for a ride that mimics the motions of a swimming manta ray; and the newest, Mako, is the fastest, tallest and longest roller coaster in Orlando, reaching speeds up to 73 mph and a maximum height of 200 feet. 


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“The Wheel" at ICON Park

“The Wheel at ICON Park is the tallest observation wheel on the East Coast of the United States, standing 400 feet over Orlando on International Drive”

Lake eola

Lake Eola is a beautiful lake that is located in  the heart of downtown Orlando.  This is the most famous lake in Orlando and is within the South Eola nationhood. It is also known for being a home to over 50 different types of swans.

Winnie palmer hospital

Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies is a highly rated hospital for women and their infants in a caring, family-centered environment. The hospital won an award for its construction, named the “Central Florida ABC Excellence in Construction”.

The Orange County Convention Center is the 2nd largest conventional facility in the United States. The center consists of two buildings with a square footage of 7 million of this, 2.1 million is exhibition space.

Convention center

camping world stadium

Formally named Citrus Bowl and renamed to the Camping World Stadium in 2016. This was the site of 5 matches in the 1994 FIFA World Cup and hosted the Olympic soccer first and Second rounds in 1996.

Charles Hosmer Morse


Houses the most comprehensive collection of the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany found anywhere, a major collection of American art pottery, and fine collections of late-19th- and early-20th-century American paintings, graphics and the decorative arts. It is located in Winter Park, FloridaUSA.


City Hall

Orlando City Hall is the headquarters for the government of the city. The hall has nine floors. This postmodern building was constructed by the Lincoln Property Company and was completed in 1992.

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dr. phillips center

Since its opening in 2014, the center has been recognized to be on the “25 New Tourist Attractions Worth Adding to Your Bucket List” by the travel and Leisure Magazine and one of the “50 Best Places in the South Now” by the Southern Living Magazine.

History Center

The History Center is housed in a former courthouse and includes a collection of the historical society of Central Florida, the Joseph L. Brechner research library, the Emporium gift shop and the heritage square park

amway center

Home of the professional NBA team Orlando Magic and one of the most iconic buildings in downtown Orlando. this building replaced the Amway Arena as it was not big enough for the traffic; it is also used for many concerts, graduations and other events year-round.

church street station

For more than a century, Church Street Station has been the hub of downtown Orlando. The revitalized church Street Station continues the tradition of offering an electric mix of dining, entertainment, retail and business for both locals and tourists in the area.

Located in downtown Orlando and is composed of the ninth judicial circuit courts of Florida and it’s associated offices. The courthouse complex includes a 23-level tower and two five-story office buildings for the state attorney and the public defender.

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veranda park

By bringing over one of  the greatest icon in Italy to Central Florida; Veranda Park’s Quatro Cavalli (Italian for four horses) statue fountain, is a replica of the world famous four horses of St. Mark’s Cathedral  in Venice, Italy.

 science center

Explore the dynamic hands-on exhibits, the engaging live programs,  the giant-screen or 3D film and sky watching in the observatory. Its purpose is to provide  experience-based opportunities to learn about science and technology, and to promote  the public understanding of science. 

shakespeare theater

Founded in 1989, the Orlando Shakespeare  Theater in Partnership with the University of Central Florida produces classic, contemporary and children’s plays.

Orlando museum of arts

This museum was founded  in 1924 by a group of art enthusiasts. OMA’s collection includes 

contemporary  art, American art (from the 1700s to 1945), and arts of the Native Americans and Africans. The Native American art is among the finest in the Southeastern  United States.

thornton park district

Located just steps from Lake Eola Park, the Thornton Park District features upscale eateries, bars, and trendy boutiques. This hip urban area hosts community driven events live music, and diverse entertainment on a nightly basis.

And much more...!

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