A family of four getting on an I-Ride Trolley bus
I-Ride Trolley (Photo: I-Drive District)

Whether by ground or air, getting to Orlando is quick and easy. Our primary gateway is Orlando International Airport (MCO), about 20 minutes from International Drive, where more than 40 scheduled airlines provide nonstop service from over 130 international and domestic destinations.

Already ranked No. 1 in its class for overall customer satisfaction by J.D. Power, MCO never stops improving, with its latest enhancements providing travelers with improved ticketing and baggage handling. What’s more, airfares at MCO are among the lowest of the 50 largest airports in the U.S.

Also servicing the area is Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB). It’s located 18 miles northeast of Orlando, approximately 45 minutes from our tourism district.

If you prefer a more elegant form of travel, Amtrak provides rail service to Orlando via its station in downtown. In the years to come, Brightline will bring express-train service from South Florida to Orlando, while the Florida High Speed Corridor is scheduled to run between Orlando and Tampa.

Orlando also features a commuter rail service, SunRail, which connects key cities along Orlando’s freeway, Interstate 4. On weekdays and select weekends, you can use SunRail to do some sightseeing — from Poinciana in the south, near Walt Disney World® Resort, to DeBary in the north, about 30 minutes from downtown Orlando.

Once you’ve reached Orlando, you can choose from a robust selection of taxis, rental vehicles, limousines, public transportation courtesy of Orlando’s Lynx system, and ride services such as Uber and Lyft, both of which are authorized to pick up and drop off passengers at MCO as well as everywhere else in the city. Consult both companies’ apps for fee estimates and pick-up information.

Another form of public transportation that’s both fun and affordable is the I-Ride Trolley. Running on and around International Drive — which is home to some of Orlando’s most popular attractions — the trolleys are available from 8 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. daily and cost a maximum of $2 per ride.

If you’re doing the driving, there’s no need to worry about getting lost, as several major highways offer convenient access to area attractions. If you need some help finding your way, our interactive Orlando map and downloadable area maps are ready to guide you.

Use our handy search tool to find transportation services during your visit, and get ready to explore to your heart’s content in Orlando!

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  • Location: Universal Orlando Resort & International Drive North Area


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  • Coral Gables, FL 33134
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