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  • 10 Best Shopping in Orlando

    Orlando’s Top Places to Shop

    Think shopping in Orlando and the first thing that comes to mind is the city’s favorite outlet stores, which often roll out some huge discounts on the big-name designer labels. There are also a few enormous malls dotted around the city, the largest of them all being The Florida Mall which draws some 20 million visitors a year with its 250 fashion, electronics and homeware stores. This being Orlando, it’s no surprise that Disney gets in on the retail action too, while the Downtown hub of the city also promises some slightly less touristy shopping opportunities in the way of markets and local boutiques. Find our 10 best places to shop in Orlando below, complete with maps, opening times and contact details.

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    Both the locals and the throngs of tourists visiting Orlando every year love a bit of outlet action, and this giant store on International Drive is one of the best. In fact, many will make entire road trips from nearby states just to grab a bargain at Orlando Premium Outlets, with discounts offered on a huge range of brands, including Adidas, Victoria Secret, Hugo Boss, Diesel, Levis, Nike, Quicksilver, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger – and about 100 more! With items plucked straight from the factory, expect discounts of up to 50%. Do note that there is another Premium Outlets store further down International Drive at Vineland. The one mentioned here is next door to Universal and closer to the downtown area. Read More...

    • Opening Hours: 10:00-21:00 daily
    • Address: 4951 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819
    • Tel: (407) 352-9600
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    For some slightly more high-end shopping in Orlando, the Mall at Millenia is your answer. The indoor, multi-level shopping space is about half the size of The Florida Mall, with stores here focusing more on the upscale brands such as Louis Vuitton, Jimmy Choo, Burberry, Prada, Chanel, Cartier, Tiffany & Co, and Gucci. The building itself looks and feels the part, with spacious walkways, bright atriums and a glass roof all bringing Millenia more up to date than some of Orlando’s other malls. Located south of downtown, major actions such as Universal, SeaWorld, Disney and the international airport are all just a few minutes away. Read More...

    • Opening Hours: 10:00-21:00 daily
    • Address: 4200 Conroy Rd, Orlando, FL 32839
    • Tel: +1 407-363-3555
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    With over 250 stores and a whopping 20 million visitors every year (about the same as how many go through Universal’s gates), The Florida Mall is easily the biggest and most popular place to shop in Orlando. There’s over two million square foot of space here, packing in everything from mid-range fashion chains to luxury designer brands, electronics, homeware, accessories and health and beauty. Look out for the enormous Toys “R” Us and Target stores, as well as the comprehensive range of dining options, with pretty much every big-name fast food joint in the country taking a spot at Florida Mall. As part of the same complex, there is also the huge 510-room Florida Hotel. Read More...

    • Opening Hours: 10:00-21:00 daily
    • Address: 8001 S Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL 32809
    • Tel: +1 407-851-6255
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    If the sea of shoppers and designer brands at Premium Outlets International Drive becomes all a bit overwhelming, you can always head down the road to ‘Premium Outlets at Vineyard Avenue’ for more, well… shoppers and designer brands. Actually, the outlet stores here do see smaller crowds (it’s further away from downtown and not right next to Orlando), while the range of brands and discounts is almost identical, continuing the same outdoor community mall kind of vibe. Read More...

    • Opening Hours: 10:00-21:00 daily
    • Address: 8200 Vineland Ave, Orlando, FL 32821
    • Tel: +1 407-238-7787
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    If you’ve come to Orlando with the kids for one thing and one thing only – to see Disney World – then you simply cannot leave empty-handed without at least a few Disney souvenirs. Located in Disney Springs (Formerly Downtown Disney) you don’t need any kind of ticket to get into this shopping mall, or to enjoy the range of restaurants and bars in the surrounding area – it’s all free to get inside. As for what to buy, expect everything from branded apparel, accessories, soft toys, home décor, and memorabilia, as well as a cool ‘create your own souvenir’ section where you can customize your own accessories. Read More...

    • Opening Hours: 09:00-24:00 daily
    • Address: Downtown 1486 East Buena Vista Drive, Downtown Disney Boat Dock, Orlando, FL 32830
    • Tel: +1 407-939-6244
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    This vibrant retail space on International Drive claims to be Orlando’s only daily, indoor artisan marketplace, with some 800,000 square meters of spaces dedicated to locally produced handicrafts, apparel, fresh produce, artwork, home décor and restaurants. It’s not only shopping you can do here either; Artegon Marketplace stages regular community events such as live music events, art exhibitions, food and drink tasting sessions and car shows. There’s also a cinema and glow-in-the-dark mini golf course on site too! Read More...

    • Opening Hours: Mon - Sat 11:00 – 21:00, Sun 11:00 – 19:00
    • Address: 5250 International Dr, Orlando, FL 32819, USA
    • Tel: +1 407-351-7718
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    This cute collection of local boutiques, stalls and diners is located is a leafy suburb just north of the main metropolitan area, and well worth a visit for a more ‘local’ shopping experience in Orlando. The quaint cobbled streets take you back to a time well before Disney, Universal and the hordes of tourists arrived, although that doesn’t mean it’s easy to get a table at some of the bars and bistros here on the weekend. On the shopping front, expect local fashion designers, art pieces, homeware, handicrafts and accessory boutiques dotted around the main Winter Park Avenue and adjacent lanes, all easily explored on foot. Read More...

    • Opening Hours: 10:00-22:00 (most stores)
    • Location: Winter park Avenue
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    East End Market
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    For something completely different – away from the world of malls, outlet stores and Disney – head over to Orlando’s quaint East End Market just a few minutes’ drive northeast out of the downtown area. Open every day apart from Monday, this two-story market-cum-arcade aims to showcase the best of what Central Florida has to offer in terms of cooked food, art, and fresh produce. The market also features some world-class restaurants, a large event space, a live-cooking area and office space. Check their website for up-and-coming events.

    • Opening Hours: 10:00-19:00 (closed Mondays)
    • Address: 3201 Corrine Dr, Orlando, FL 32803
    • Tel: +1 321-236-3316
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    Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores
    Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores
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    Another dose of factory or ‘outlet’ shopping in Orlando, this time at Lake Buena Vista. This one follows the same theme as the two ‘Premium Outlets’ around International Drive – rows of shops set around an outdoor space, all offering big discounts on apparel and homeware taken straight off the factory line. The choice here is smaller, but so are the crowds. Stores include Reebok, Crocs, Calvin Klein, Justice, Tommy Hilfiger, Timberland, Fossil, Nike and a few dozen more. Discounts range from 20-70% off RRP.

    • Opening Hours: 10:00-21:00 daily
    • Address: 15657 FL-535, Orlando, FL 32821
    • Tel: +1 407-238-9301
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    Another out-of-town shopping hub, Mount Dora presents an excellent range of shops and dining options, all a short stroll away from its picturesque namesake lake. The delightful town center was once known as the ‘Antiques Capital’ of the region, and while many fine antique and collectable stores remain, the shopping options have diversified somewhat, with plenty of art galleries, fashion boutiques, gardening stores, home décor, jewelers, and wine cellars – all making this a highly-recommended area to spend the afternoon browsing the shops. Most of the stores are found around 3rd-7th Avenue, which comprise the main town center. Read More...

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