City and Travel Passes in Orlando
Helpful advice from us and our travellers so you can enjoy your experience to the fullest.
What is Orlando known for?
Orlando is world-famous for its theme parks, with Disney World and Universal Studios both based in the Sunshine State. You can also find Seaworld, the Kennedy Space Center and Clearwater beach nearby. As for the city itself, Orlando's shopping, nightlife and warm climate make it a frequent visitor's paradise.
What is the difference between the passes offered?
Of the three passes on offer, each one offers a very different service: the Explorer Pass is a 3-Day ticket that lets you pick between 3 - 5 different attractions to do (out of 15 options), saving yourself some money in the process as it also includes the I-RIDE Trolley Pass for those 3 Days. The I-RIDE Trolley Pass is pretty much a travel pass, that lets you ride the I-RIDE Trolley, however at a much longer time period (Between 7-Day to 14-Day). Finally the Orlando Discount Count: Eat and Play, is exactly as it sounds, a discount card that really makes a difference the bigger your group is (max 4).
Which travel/city pass should I get?
It really depends what you're after and your case: If you're going to be around longer than a week, then the I-Ride Trolley Pass might be useful as it's essentially free transport for your stay. If you're in a group of 4, then the Eat and Play is just as useful since you'll be making the difference especially regarding the discounts. Finally the Explorer Pass, could save you some money, but only if you intend to visit any of the 15 options offered, so make sure you read the information carefully to see if your attraction is there.