Your friends and family are the special people who complete you and have the ability to turn anything into an unforgettable memory. That’s why, when they come to town, you want to introduce them to your new life in a new city! Taking them to restaurants, concerts, hiking trails, art venues and other experiences will provide a fun weekend to reconnect and catch up. Here’s a list of cheap things to do in Orlando when your friends and family come to town:

1. The BoardWalk:
Whether you’re young, middle-aged, or a proud holder of an AARP card, the BoardWalk can satisfy any age group through a combination of stores, clubs, bars, and restaurants. Disney’s BoardWalk provides hours of live street entertainment and numerous once-in-a-lifetime experiences with absolutely no entry fee!

cheap things to do in orlando: Eat at Lazy Moon
Lazy Moon

2. Lazy Moon:
In the mood for a 30-inch pizza? Look no further than Lazy Moon! Right off University Boulevard, Lazy Moon is one of Central Florida’s most famed pizzerias. If you are over 21 then you can also enjoy libations, ranging from signature cocktails like the “El Diablo Rojo” to various beer selections. Splitting a 30-inch pizza is one of the best cheap things to do in Orlando when you’re hungry.

3. Parks and nature:
The Kraft Azalea Garden is a 5.22-acre spectacle that will awe any person with its beauty. It is well maintained by the city and most importantly, it’s free! Another favorite on the “cheap things to do in Orlando” list is visiting the Winter Park Farmer’s Market that is held 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday. Not only can you peruse goods and foods that are locally sourced, but you can also experience the wares inspired by several cultures. If you are in Orlando and have not been able to visit Lake Eola Park, it’s highly recommended that you do! This park has such beautiful scenery that will astound you. 

Cheap things to do in Orlando: Walk the kraft azalea garden.
Kraft Azalea Garden

4. Azteca D’Oro:
If you’re in the mood for authentic Mexican food, then Azteca D’Oro will satisfy those cravings. A significant feature of this restaurant is their Mole (pronounced Moe-Le) sauce that is seasoned to perfection with a plethora of spices along with its signature flavor: chocolate. Yes, ladies and gentlemen! Chocolate on chicken. It is hard to believe but it tastes delicious.

5. Flea World:
The largest flea market in the United States is in Orlando! And guess what? It’s free (one of our favorite words)! There are more than 1,700 vendors offering hundreds of thousands of goods. Also, there are acrobatic shows, circuses, and magic acts that will amaze anyone!

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