How to get here
2 bedroom vacation condo for rent in Kissimmee. 5 miles from
Disney World. Literally 10 minutes from all the Orlando attractions
Start with a search of www.cheapflights.co.uk/ skyscanner /http://flightchecker.moneysavingexpert.com/
www.easyvoyage.co.uk/kayak/kelkoo and charter flight centre. Also try www.tripadvisor.co.uk flight search section.
If flying from within the USA or from Canada try the flight search section on www.tripadvisor.com/www.tripadvisor.ca or try www.nyt.com or www.smartertravel.com. For those flying from South America try the flight search on www.tripadvisor.ar from Argentina, or www.tripadvisor.com.br from Brazil, or www.tripadvisor.com.mx from Mexico,.
The nearest airport is Orlando International Airport MCO about 27 miles.
Sandford Airport is another option.
For car hire - a tip - try Alamo. They tend to give you the next available car, even if it is an upgrade from the car you booked. You can always upgrade if you don't like the car offered at the time. Booking as far as possible in advance can save 000s.
The nearest motorway is W. Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway 192
We are near the Race Track gas station. This is a cheap place to fill up the car!
If you are coming from the UK, Some good tips from Martin of Money Saving Expert about hiring a car
and see this article about insurance relating to car hire
another useful site http://www.insurance4carhire.com/ Here you can pay in British Pounds or US Dollars.
Although it is most common to rent a car, there are many who do not want to or cannot drive. Getting to and from Legacy Dunes/Disney World and other travel in the area will require you to use a taxi or the LYNX Bus System http://trip1.golynx.com/. Other transportation services such as chauffer driven limousines, vans, town cars, mini-buses and motor coaches are also available to shuttle you around.
Orlando probably has the best taxi system in the USA and I have never heard of people getting ripped off as is common in places like New York.
But in most of the southern USA you do not hail a cab. You must phone it in or have a previous arrangement. You will not see taxis cruising around looking for fares. One company owns most of the cabs and the drivers rent by the day or week. The same company runs most of the Disney transportation. You can also call them and ask for an estimated charge. All taxis are computerized and If you make a complaint the driver is immediately taken off the computer and cannot work. Try the Mears Transportations website or phone 407-422-2222
They now have a cell/mobile app