If you plan to travel to Orlando, this 3 days in Orlando itinerary will be the best place for you to start planning your trip!
Located in the middle of the sunny state of Florida, Orlando has become one of the most popular tourist destinations due to its variety of theme parks and central location to other popular attractions in Florida.
It is the perfect whole-family vacation spot and those who are a kid at heart!
The main attractions in Orlando are the two theme parks: Disney World and Universal Studios. But there are plenty of other fun things to do in Orlando to beat the theme park crowds!
Visiting the Kennedy Space Center is a great place to learn about the science behind space travel and it’s just a short 1-hour drive towards the east coast from Orlando.
Whatever your reason for wanting to travel to this sunny part of central Florida, this 3 day Orlando itinerary will get you started on a magical stay!
READ MORE: Check out my other guide to the absolute best things to do in Orlando!
How to Spend a Perfect 3 Days in Orlando Itinerary
Although you could easily spend your full 3 day Orlando itinerary on just theme parks, we’re going to give you a few more ideas on how to fill your time.
No doubt you’ll want to stop at Disney World, Magic Kingdom, or Universal Studios theme parks as part of your stay. But don’t get tied down spending all of your time in just one or two places.
This perfect Orlando itinerary will give you lots of ideas for how you can experience most of what the city has to offer and leave you ready to come back to experience more!
When it comes to theme parks, I highly highly recommend purchasing the Orlando CityPASS beforehand.
You can basically pick whichever theme parks you want to go to and save a bunch of money.
Day 1 – Theme Park of Your Choice
OK, so theme parks are likely the reason why you planned to visit Orlando in the first place.
You have your favorite theme park in mind, so we won’t try to talk you out of it.
We will share a few of our favorite things about each of the Disney parks to give you a better idea of how to spend your time on the first of your 3 days in Orlando.
You never know, maybe you’ll end up tacking on an extra day to visit another theme park!
My favorite theme park in Orlando is Universal Studios Florida, also known as Universal Orlando Resort.
I’ve been going to…