Universal Orlando Resort

The Universal Orlando Resort Parks

Universal Orlando Resort is not one park, it’s actually three parks! For the best movie themed thrill rides you can visit Islands of Adventure, for amazing motion simulator rides you should head on over to Universal Studios. Harry Potter fans will find something of their liking in both parks, as the Wizarding World of Harry Potter is divided over the two parks.
On scorching hot days in the Sunshine State make sure you get up early to be able to get into Universal’s amazing waterpark Volcano Bay.
Universal’s Islands of Adventure
Wandering through Island of Adventure will have you running into your favourite Marvel superheroes and cartoon characters. Meet Spider-Man, King Kong and Popeye and come face to face with dinosaurs at Jurrasic Park.

Islands of Adventure is just that, full of adventure. It’s full of amazing roller coasters and family friendly rides.

Universal Studios Orlando
Universal Studios feels like a totally different world. You can walk from the Simpson’s Springfield straight to LA. Learn how to become a minion, run from the Mummy and take a ride with Jimmy Fallon through New York.

Let’s not forget the thrill seekers, they will love the Rock it. Choose your tunes and enjoy the roller coaster of a life time.

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter
Every Harry Potter fan should visit the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. It’s technically not a park, but parts of Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios. You get to visit Hogsmeade in Islands of Adventure and then hop on the Hogwarts Express to Kings Cross Station and Diagon Alley in Universal Studios.

Escape from Gringotts, fly with the Hippogriff and have a Butterbeer. Forget that you are a Muggle for a few hours and practise all your spells and wand work.

Volcano Bay
Getting to hot out? Head over to Volcano Bay to cool off! The newest addition to Universal Orlando has amazing thrill slides and family friendly tube slides. Enjoy the beach and the wave pool while patiently waiting to queue up for your next slide.

The kids will love this water park and you will feel like a kid again yourself. So head out early to make sure you can get in for a day of water fun in the sun.

City Walk

Head on over to City Walk for some food before, during or after your visit to the Universal Theme Parks. You can choose from sit down dining options or a quick bit for on the go. Be sure to make a quick stop at the stores here as well to get your souvenirs or a new outfit.

Look no further for entertainment options, as Citywalk has a Cinema, concerthall, night clubs and two 18-hole mini golf courses.

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