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Orlando Shopping Guide – The Shopper’s Paradise

Orlando might be celebrated for its awesome theme parks but the ‘City Beautiful’ is not limited to only theme parks. Orlando is also a Shopper’s Paradise and it boasts an amazing array of premium outlets and malls. You can avail huge discounts on the famous designer labels here. And since it’s Orlando, Disney gets the better of the retail market too.

So, let Florida Guru give you a friendly tour of Orlando’s shopping scene and tell you why it is a Shopping Mecca.

1. Orlando Premium Outlets at International Drive

When you think of shopping in Orlando, outlets are the first thing to pop into your mind. And there are also other Premium Outlets in Orlando but this is Florida Guru’s favourite among all. The range of brands is really broad including Victoria Secret, Adidas, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Hugo Boss, Nike, Quicksilver, Diesel, Levis and many more. With the popular designer labels rolling out great discounts of up to 50%; shopaholics come swarming here like bees.

Opening Hours: 10:00-21:00 daily

Address: 4951 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819

2. The Florida Mall

This mall is one of the top picks among the tourists as it hosts around 20 million visitors every year. The Florida Mall is home to over 250 stores including a wide array of choices to spoil you including luxury designer labels to mid-range fashion chains, accessories, health and beauty to houseware and electronics. The dining options also include a great variety to satiate your small and big appetite.

Opening Hours: 10:00-21:00 daily

Address: 8001 S Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL 32809

3. The Mall at Millenia

If you are looking to shop more luxury brands, then you may choose to skip the Florida Mall and visit the Mall at Millenia instead. This mall focuses on the high-end brands like Tiffany & Co, Prada, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Jimmy Choo, Cartier and Burberry among others. The best part of this mall is that it is located closely to some of the most popular attractions in Orlando including Disney, Universal and Sea World.

Opening Hours: 10:00-21:00 daily

Address: 4200 Conroy Rd, Orlando, FL 32839

4. Disney Springs (Downtown Disney)

A trip to Orlando is incomplete without buying few Disney souvenirs. Disney Springs not only offers fine shopping experience but also a good space to hang out and just chill. You can shop a huge range of branded apparel, accessories, memorabilia, soft toys and home décor. There is also a ‘create your own souvenir’ segment if you are looking for something unique. You can enjoy a varied brigade of restaurants and bars. And the best part of Disney Spring is that parking and entry are completely free.

Opening Hours: 09:00-24:00 daily

Address: Downtown 1486 East Buena Vista Drive, Downtown Disney Boat Dock, Orlando, FL 32830

5. Winter Park Avenue

Our last pick is Winter Park Avenue. Located in the north of the main metropolitan area, it boasts a cute assortment of local stalls, boutiques and diners. The old-fashioned cobbled streets will transport you into a not-so-touristy Orlando which is rare to see but is sure a delight. Although, do not take the place to be less interesting in any way. Explore a kaleidoscope of apparel, accessories, art pieces, homeware, handicrafts and accessory boutiques from local artists and fashion designers.

Opening Hours: 10:00 - 22:00 (most stores)

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