Three Great Shopping Areas in Orlando, Florida

Three Great Shopping Areas in Orlando, Florida, shutterstock:Songquan DengThere are plenty of things to do in sunny Orlando, Florida, including shopping ‘til you drop! That’s right, Orlando has a vibrant shopping scene – it’s a great place to find a must-have designer pair of shoes, discount home accessories, and anything in between. Here are three great shopping areas to check out the next time you’re in Orlando and in the mood to shop.

Festival Bay Mall
5250 International Dr.
Orlando, FL 32819
A popular shopping destination for both locals and tourists, Festival Bay Mall at International Drive offers a distinctive shopping experience that won’t soon be forgotten. This impressive mall features a collection of specialty stores, including Bass Pro Shop Outdoor World, Ron Jon Surf Shop, Sheplers Western Wear, and much more. There are also options for those who aren’t in the mood to shop, such as g Putting Edge, “ The Ultimate Indoor Glow-In-The – Dark Mini Golf Experience,” or the state-of-the art-Cinemark Movie Theaters. If you get hungry after all of that activity, head over to one of the restaurants located in the complex, like Asian Café, ChurroMania and Villa Pizza Cucina.

Orlando Premium Outlets
4951 International Drive
Orlando, FL 32819
Located just down the street from Festival Bay Mall is a bargain hunter’s paradise. The Orlando Premium Outlets offer shoppers substantial savings at favorite brands such as BCBG Max Azria, Coach, Cole Haan, J.Crew, Kenneth Cole, Lacoste, Last Call by Neiman Marcus, Michael Kors, Polo Ralph Lauren, Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th, Thomas Pink, Tourneau, Victoria's Secret, and White House Black Market .


The Mall at Millenia
4200 Conroy Road
Orlando, FL 32839
The architecturally striking Mall at Millenia offers a world-class shopping experience and features a variety of clothing and accessory stores, such as Bloomingdales, Cartier, Diesel, Ecco, J. Crew, Lululemon, Lacoste, and Kate Spade New York. If all of this great shopping leaves you a bit peckish, have no fear. There are plenty of great places to grab a bite to each, such as P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, California Pizza Kitchen, or Gourmet Grill.

 

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