If you are ready to escape the Midwest and head south, and have always wanted to visit the sandy beaches of the homeland of the world's most famous mouse, Orlando, Florida, is the destination for you. Orbitz.com can help arrange a trip from Milwaukee to Orlando that you will never forget.
Flights from Milwaukee depart from General Mitchell International Airport, located 5 miles south of downtown Milwaukee. To get to the airport, transportation options include Milwaukee County Transit, the Amtrak airport shuttle service, a taxi or you can drop off a rental car at one of the kiosks. Most of the major domestic airlines arrive and depart from Mitchell, including AirTran, Delta, American Airlines, United Airlines and US Air.
General Mitchell International Airport offers parking in several lots. All lots are $2 an hour. Hourly parking has a maximum charge of $24 a day, Daily lots charge up to $12 a day, Surface parking is $13 for a 24-hour period and the Super Saver lot is $6 per day.
If you want to eat before you get on your flight, General Mitchell International has several options from which you can choose. You can grab coffee at Starbucks, a sub from Quiznos, or eat a full meal or appetizers at Chili's Two. Food courts are located on all concourses, so eating is convenient and quick.
Home to Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida, has a lot to offer its visitors. Warm weather, amusement parks, museums and historical attractions make Orlando an ideal getaway for everyone.
When you fly to Orlando, your flight may arrive at Orlando International Airport, located 6 miles southeast of downtown Orlando. Orlando International offers an airport shuttle, taxi service, rental cars and local bus service. You can also land at Orlando Sanford International Airport, which is located in Sanford, Florida, 26 miles from downtown Orlando. Rental cars, taxis and a shuttle service are available to get you from Orlando Sanford International to Orlando.
Orlando is known for its year-round warm weather. The lowest temperatures are in January, where the temperature still reaches the high 70s. During the summer months, temperatures are in the low 90s. The hurricane season runs from May to October, so if you plan to visit Orlando during those months, you may want to pay close attention to the weather forecast.
Once you are ready to start exploring Orlando, you will find plenty to see and do. Though the majority of visitors head for Walt Disney World, there are other places worthy of a visit as well. Fans of the space program will want to visit the John F. Kennedy Space Center. You can also visit Gatorland, the home of alligators, crocodiles, snakes and other reptiles. There is also Sea World and Aquatica, Sea World's water park. Orbitz.com can help you select the sights and attractions that ensure you have a memorable stay.
When you are ready to leave Wisconsin and head south to sunny Florida, let Orbitz.com help you plan the trip from Milwaukee to Orlando. From your airfare, hotel reservations, and your itinerary, we can help you find discounts and plan a trip that you will remember for years to come.
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