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Featured executive sedan providers at MCO Airport
There are an abundance of options when choosing from airport transportation when arriving in Orlando. One of the best private ways to travel is through an executive sedan. You can get door to door pick up as well as a meet and greet by your own chauffeur who can assist you with your baggage and take you to your hotel or destinations near Lake Eola Park which is in downtown Orlando. Some of the most popular providers include ExecuCar transportation from SuperShuttle or for business class sedan service Blacklane may be a good choice for you.

 

While there are many ways to get around Orlando passengers traveling in a sedan from MCO airport can be one of the best ways to get a transfer. You can find rides for some of the best resorts in Orlando such as the Hard Rock Hotel which is conveniently located next to Universal Studios or you can book for MCO transportation to the Grand Bohemian Hotel Orlando located on the Orange Avenue.

 

Although the city has plenty of spots made perfect for screaming your head off, there are also a lot of surprisingly tranquil areas. One in particular is the Orlando Science Center, a privately owned museum known for its experience-based system that enforces the educational process, especially in children. You can get there today by booking a private sedan, courtesy of area service providers, the perfect place to get an easy ride.

 

Another beautiful locale worth visiting is the Harry P. Leu Gardens, a botanical garden surrounding a 19th-century home. Walk through the semi-tropical air that covers over 50 acres, giving you the gift of truly experiencing the magic of Florida’s ecosystem. With 200-year-old oak trees and trails that curve into vastly thick forests, hikes can’t possibly get better.

 

If you’re in the mood, like everyone else, to check out one of Orlando’s amusement parks, but still want to have a relaxing time, Discovery Cove is the place for you. Drive over to 6000 Discovery Cove Way for a chance to see the calm sister park of SeaWorld, which offers rare glimpses of bottlenose dolphins and a real-life coral reef.You can reserve rides to SeaWorld from the Orlando airport.
 
 
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