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Orlando International Airport operates both terminal and satellite parking. Terminal Parking is located on either side of the main terminal building (A and B side garages) as well as on top of the terminal. Satellite parking is located on Cargo Road, just off the main entrance road. Disabled Parking located close to the elevator shafts on Levels 1 and 2 of the terminal car park and in the satellite parking lots, with disabled access available on the shuttle service to and from the terminal.

Shopping; Duty Free, located in the West Hall of the main terminal, the Hub in Airside Terminal 1, and the Hub in Airside Terminal 4.Gift Shops: The airport has a wide range of shops offering a variety of products.

Restaurants and Bars: A wide selection of restaurants and bars can be found throughout the airport. Business Services; Internet Access, Kiosks can be found in various locations. Fax and Photocopying: Two business centres are available, both located in the main terminal near the airport hotel. Post, drop boxes are found in various locations in the main terminal.

Banking: Bureaux de change, located in the West Hall, East Hall, and Baggage B section of the main terminal. Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs) are available throughout the airport Disabled Facilities, Elevators, Telephone Booths, Moving Walkways and Restrooms are all available to accommodate disabled travellers Tourist Information, located in the East and West Halls of the main terminal at the airport.

Orlando District

The biggest city in central Florida, Orlando is dominated by Lake Eola in its northeastern downtown quadrant. The most famous downtown icon is Church Street Station, a collection of restaurants, bars and shops located between I-4 and the railroad tracks. Orlando is 4 miles (6km) from Universal Studios; 10 miles (16km) from Sea World; and 20 miles (32km) from Walt Disney World, all located southwest of downtown along International Drive (I-Drive) in an area appropriately known as the Tourist Quarter.

Things to do in Orlando

Orlando is home to Walt Disney World, Sea World and other theme parks, including Discovery Cove and Universal Studios, all located southwest of downtown along International Drive (I-Drive).

There are also several outstanding golf courses in the area, a family-friendly science centre, plenty of entertainment options and a fine art museum.

The Go Orlando offers free admission to many Florida attractions. Kennedy Space Centre draws 2 million people a year to its Gallery of Spaceflight, packed with real spacecraft and scale models.

Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge: Birds, manatees, alligators and turtles.

Black Point Wildlife Drive, a 6-mile (10km) loop, is a good road for self-guided tours.

Blue Spring State Park, near Cassadaga, off I-4, is the best place in the state to see manatees in their natural habitat.

Ocala National Forest, with several natural springs and lakes, and fantastic hiking, canoeing, fishing and swimming. You can camp anywhere in the park.

Greater Orlando hosts an abundance of annual events, from arts fairs and food festivals to huge conventions. Some of the best are: Zora Neale Hurston Festival of the Arts and Humanities, Mount Dora Arts Festival, Silver Spurs Rodeo, Kissimmee Blue Grass Festival, Florida Film Festival, Winter Park Sidewalk Arts Festival, Orlando Carnival, Orlando International Fringe Festival,

Kissimmee Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration,

International Food and Wine Festival and the Festival of the Trees