Kissimmee

Travel Guide
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This exciting city in Central Florida is known forits world famous theme parks, beautiful nature, outdoor adventures and classiccar shows.

Stay in Kissimmee andthere’ll never be a dull moment. Get out there and enjoy its amusements, naturetrails, museums, swamp tours and outdoor sports activities. This lakesidecity’s proximity to Orlando’sbiggest theme parks and its budget-friendly hotel accommodation make it apopular holiday destination with tourists from around the world.

Theme parks are not the only adventures availablein Orlando. Surrounded by swamps, famous for their alligator population, takethe chance to explore the wilderness on Kissimmee'sbackdoor. Hike a nature trail near Lake Tohopekaliga and spot the localwildlife. Take a ride through the countryside Visit an exciting city in CentralFloridathat’s known for its family attractions, natural surroundings, outdooradventures and classic car shows.

Spend a few days in Kissimmeeand enjoy its amusements, museums, swamp tours, nature trails and other outdooractivities. The lakeside city’s proximity to Orlando’s biggest theme parks andits budget-friendly hotel accommodation make it a popular holiday destination.

Theme parks are not the only places for adventurein Orlando. Get out and explore the wilderness on Kissimmee's backdoor. Hikethe nature trail near Lake Tohopekaliga and spot local wildlife, or hop on anATV for a ride through the countryside. Go deep under the waves on a scubadiving trip off the Florida coast or, if you’d rather stay near the surface,kayak around one of the area’s many lakes. Travel to the far reaches of theFlorida Everglades by taking an airboat tour or take a hide on a hovercraft.

Historic Kissimmee citycentre is a mix of shops, restaurants and attractions. Shop for collectables atLanier's Historic Downtown Marketplace, a large antique mall. For lunch ordinner, head over to Dakin Avenue, home to some of the city's most popularrestaurants and bars. At Lakefront Park, find the Monument of States, a 50-foot(15-meter) tower made from minerals, fossils and pieces of buildings from allover the United States. Come back to the park at dusk on the first Friday ofevery month for the outdoor cinema.

If you are interested in history, devote some timeto Kissimmee's museums. Watch World War II planesbeing restored at the Kissimmee Air Museum andstroll through Pioneer Village to see authentic buildings from the late 19thcentury including a citrus packing house.

Where to stay in Kissimmee

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Windsor Hills

While there might not be top attractions in Windsor Hills, you can explore the larger area and discover places like Mystic Dunes Golf Club and Island H2O Live!.

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Reunion

The top golf courses and fun-filled water parks are top of the list for many visitors to Reunion. A stop by Reunion Resort Golf Course or Jack Nicklaus Course might round out your trip.

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Bellavida

Bellavida might not have many top sights, but Medieval Times and 192 Flea Market are two attractions nearby that you can check out.

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