Clearly Disneyworld is Orlando’s most famous theme park, but Orlando also is home to many other wonderful delights for all kinds of visitors. Even the small town charm of Winter Park and the excitement of downtown Orlando provide plenty to see and do if visiting the house of the mouse just doesn’t suit your mood for the entire trip. Universal Studios in Orlando is actually two theme parks – Universal Studios Florida is a real film and TV production complex plus an wide array of movie themed rides, shows, and movie sets. The neighboring second park, Islands of Adventure is more thrill ride and roller coaster oriented, but also includes the acclaimed Wizarding World of Harry Potter – a theme park within a theme park. SeaWorld, lets you to get up close and personal with whales, walruses and dolphins. Activities are not only for animal lovers. Thrill seekers and entertainment fans will find a variety of roller coasters, rides, shows and tours available. At SeaWorld’s Discovery Cove, visitors can experience a one of a kind, all-inclusive day resort experience that includes swimming with dolphins, snorkeling with exotic fish, or relaxing on pristine beaches. SeaWorld also operates neighboring Aquatica Water park with its high-speed water slides, exhilarating wave pools, tranquil beaches and remarkable animal habitats. Orlando’s location offers easy day trips to the Atlantic Ocean at Cocoa Beach or visits to historic Cape Canaveral, home of the US Space launches.