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Atlanta-based travelers heading to the Orlando International Airport (MCO), will have an amazing amount of sightseeing options at their fingertips. Your arrival to the airport will either put you in Terminal A or B. From there, you can take a short train ride to access your baggage, or pick up a rental car from one of the suppliers found at the airport.
Orlando is a well-known family destination, but the region has something to offer everyone, no matter what their interests are. Even adults without children are making annual pilgrimages to Disney World, but as exciting as the park is, don't let that be your only destination.
Check out Sea World and Universal Studios, or if you're done with city life, take a scenic drive down FL-528 to Cocoa Beach. Bask in the sunshine and salty air as you play in the warm waters of the Atlantic, or consider boarding a cruise ship at Port Canaveral.
Flight time between Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) and Orlando International Airport (MCO) is minimal, averaging around 1 hour and 22 minutes. Though many area hotels will provide shuttle service, the city of Orlando is not very walkable. If you want to go anywhere besides your hotel and the amusement parks, having access to a car is essential.