City Sightseeing Bus TourWhether you're looking to save money or just prefer not to drive, we have good news: there's a new way to take in the sights of Orlando and travel between your favorite attractions, all without a car.

 

The world-leading City Sightseeing bus tour company has arrived in Orlando with 22 hand-picked bus stops. Now you can cruise between top attractions and catch unique Orlando views from the open-tops of their big red buses. City Sightseeing also offers theme park express rides, taking you directly to Universal Orlando Resort or Walt Disney World.

 

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The Route for You

Orlando's new Hop-On, Hop-Off tour route lasts two hours in total, with pick up from each stop every 30 - 40 minutes, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Get off at any of the attractions you'd like to explore, or sit back and enjoy the trip. Route highlights include Disney SpringsUniversal Orlando ResortSeaWorld Orlando, the Coca-Cola Orlando Eye and the Premium Outlets. Riding is easy: just hop on and off at any stop with your ticket. The cost for this route is $28 for adults and $20 for children. Fare options also include packages, multi-day combo passes and more.  

 

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 Vroom with a View

Why shouldn't the journey be fun too? It can be, with a guided bus tour of Orlando! Enjoy views of some of the area's most eye-catching attractions, from the massive Coca-Cola Orlando Eye to the upside-down WonderWorks. City Sightseeing's famous open-top buses offer unobstructed, 360º panoramic views of Orlando, perfect for photos, video and especially selfies. Of course, every bus offers comfortable amenities too, including air conditioned seating, free Wi-Fi, live commentary and wheelchair access.

 

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Theme Park Express

If all you're looking for is easy transportation to the theme parks, look no further. City Sightseeing offers Theme Park Express routes, providing visitors with affordable and convenient transportation to Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando Resort. These options even include a variety of drop-off and pick-up locations. Departure times and ticket prices for this service varies from park to park, starting at $8 for Universal, $14 for Disney, and $14 for a combo ticket. Check out their website for more details on these routes and schedules.

 

Other Inexpensive Options

City Sightseeing bus tours aren't the only affordable way to get around Orlando. I-Ride Trolley takes you around International Drive and has two routes to get you where you need to be. The cost is $2 adults, $1 kids (3-9) and $0.25 seniors (65 and over) per ride, with options for multi-day passes as well. For those looking to explore the area between Downtown Orlando and Winter ParkSunRail is your answer for easy transportation. It's Orlando's commuter train service, with $2 one-way fares.

 

 

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