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|Popular Airlines||American Airlines|
Even if you're traveling to Orlando from Washington, D.C., on business, there's an opportunity for all to feel like a kid again, or at the very least, relax. A city that is literally made up of amusement parks including Gatorland and Universal Orlando; there's little doubt that everyone won't find one they'll enjoy visiting while in the city.
Are you in the mood to see aquatic animals? Head over to SeaWorld Adventure Park. Do you feel like re-living parts of your childhood? Consider spending some time at Walt Disney World. Are you a Harry Potter fan? Check out Universal's Island of Adventure. If you're more interested in getting some sun and a round or two of golf in, Grand Cypress Golf Club provides both.
When you travel to Orlando, you'll most likely arrive at Orlando International Airport (MCO). While you're exploring the parks, it's true, you'll be walking, but getting to and from the parks requires some driving. Renting a car, therefore, is highly recommended. If you decide to visit the coast, you'll be glad you rented that car, just be sure to avoid the side streets and stay on the main roads.
From Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) to Orlando International Airport (MCO), nonstop flights are a mere two hours, or about four when transfers are involved.