|Flying Time||3 h and 20 m||When flying from Detroit to Orlando, this can take around 3 h and 20 m in flying time, however this flight duration can vary due to other factors|
|Cheapest flight||$59||The best price for flights from Detroit to Orlando offered by eDreams, which have been found by our customers in the last 3 days|
|Departure Airport||Detroit Metro||Detroit Metro is where you'll take off from when flying from Detroit to Orlando|
|Arrival Airport||Orlando International||You'll land at Orlando International when flying from Detroit to Orlando|
A train in Orlando costs roughly the same as in Detroit.
The average meal is 30% more expensive in Orlando than in Detroit.
A taxi fare in Orlando is 4% cheaper than in Detroit.
Coffee is 1% more expensive in Orlando than in Detroit.
Detroit is considered one of the oldest cities in the Midwest catapulting to fame with its motor industry (hence, also known as 'Motor City'). It is also recognized for its music (Motown) industry, history, architecture and arts. Served by the Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW), which is an important transportation hub, DTW offers nonstop flights to 140 destinations. There are 13 scheduled passenger airlines at DTW. It has six runways, two terminals and 131 gates. More than 33 million passengers fly through this airport in a year. Other facilities offered at the airport include ample parking spaces, shops and restaurants, lounges, banking and rental car services.
Detroit Metropolitan Airport is easily reached if you are on flights from Detroit to Orlando. Taxis, shuttles and pre-arranged rides are convenient ways to reach DTW. For ground transportation, you can use the Metro Detroit Area Transit that provides public buses to and from the airport. Catch Routes 125 and 280 to reach the North Terminal and Route 125 for the McNamara Terminal. The Ann Arbor 'airRide' links the Ann Arbor area as well as Washtenaw County to DTW. Once you are at the airport, you can use the free shuttle to connect to the terminals. Courtesy shuttles from hotels will arrive at the Ground Transportation Center of each terminal.
Orlando may be famous for its world-class theme parks (Walt Disney World, Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure, to name a few), but if you are not into rides and 3-D experiences, there is other exciting stuff. Start at the impressive Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art that has the biggest Tiffany glass collection in the world. Nearby is the Casa Feliz, featuring Mission Revival architecture. Do a kayak eco-tour, watch the Orlando Magic team play or tee off at its premier golfing range. For party enthusiasts, there are many terrific wine bars and restaurants along Park Avenue, as well as hip neighborhoods lined with dance clubs and dive bars.
There are two airports serving the Orlando area; Orlando International Airport caters to both domestic and international destinations, while Orlando Sanford Airport is primarily for domestic flights. Take Lynx Bus 51 (via Conway) and 11 (via Orange Avenue) to go Downtown. The ride lasts approximately 40 minutes. Several hotels may offer complimentary shuttles from the airport and they can be found at the Ground Transportation Level, Level 1. Metered taxis are available at the A-Side and B-Side of the terminal to take you to the city. Sunrail also connects with Lynx buses to reach downtown. From Sanford, you can use shuttles, pre-arranged rides, rental cars and cabs to reach the center.