|Shopping in Orlando, FL|
There are eight major malls in the Orlando area for when you are done shopping in Disney. These include factory shops and traditional malls. Whatever shopping experience you wish to have, you can have it in Orlando. Altamonte Mall has many big stores, small boutiques, and dining options, including favorites like Charlotte Russe and Baby Gap. Belz Festival Bay Mall is a million-square-foot-shopping-center that will keep you busy shopping all day. Bass Pro Shops, Cinemark Theater, and Vans skate-park are all shops one can explore at this mall. Florida Mall offers more than 270 stores; this mall is easily located, as it is near the airport in Orlando. Lake Buena Vista Factory Shops is located within a mile of Disney World. Great designer brand items can be bought at discount prices at the factory shops. A full food court is also available for hungry shoppers. Mall at Millenia offers over 150 stores to explore; here you will find Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdales, and Jimmy Choo. Other great stores include Chanel, Tiffany & Co., and Gucci. For upscale shopping in central Florida, you will find nothing better.
Osceola Square Mall, located in Kissimmee, is the areas only enclosed mall; it offers fifty specialty shops, movie theaters, and restaurants. Beal’s, Upton’s, and Ross Dress for Less are popular stores in the center. Oviedo Marketplace, which is near the Seminole Town Center Mall, is a new mall to the area. Orlando Premium Outlets is designed to feel like a Mediterranean village. Over 150 stores are offered; this is another location to score great deals on designer merchandise. Other great malls to try include Prime Designer Outlet Center, Prime Outlets International, and Seminole Towne Center. Orlando is a place that will satisfy all of your needs. Whether you want to see animals, ride coasters, or shop ‘til you drop, Orlando is the place to go. You can stroll the streets of Disney or wander the malls of Orlando. Whether you want shoes, souvenirs, or accessories, you will find it in this vacation destination(By Heather Duffield).
The Premium Outlet opens until 11 pm (8200 Vineland Avenue, Orlando, FL 32821, 407-238-7787).
The Mall at Millenia is luxurious and has a great food court.
If you come to Orlando from Miami you may go to Sawgrass Mills, which is very large and has lots of brand stores and sales promotions.
Steeve & Barry's (at the entrance of Festival Bay) sells clothes and sneakers for US$ 8,98 all year long!
Makeup products are found in shopping centers and also at Wallgreen (there are stores spread througout the city), working 24 h a day and with a great price).
To buy electronics it is best to go to Orange Blossom Ave where the major stores are side by side: Compusa, Circuit City and Best Buy.
Baby products are found at Babies"R"us (Colonial Drive).
A visit to WalMart stores is worth (save on supermarket goods, clothes, electronics, shoes, home products). You will even find cheaper theme parks passes!!!! The Kirkman Rd store is a good one.
The Kmart stores have also good prices (I-4 next to Mcdonald´s of International Drive and at Orange Blossom, near the Circuit City).
The Publix supermaket network offers good products but seems to be a little more expensive than Wall Mart.
The "ORLANDO SENTINEL" has a useful section with coupons of a great variety of products.
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