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The total driving distance from Fort Lauderdale, FL to Orlando, FL is 212 miles or 341 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It ends in Orlando, Florida.
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You will see Florida’s countryside when driving from Fort Lauderdale to Orlando. This route is popular for those who are combining a cruise from Fort Lauderdale and a vacation in Orlando’s theme parks.
Fort Lauderdale is not just an embarkation port. It has beach resorts, theaters, museums, restaurants and world-class boutiques. The city is known as Venice of America with inland waterways for boats and lots of waterfront resorts and homes for tourists and locals.
To experience the waterways, book a sightseeing cruise with 112-foot Carrie B. The Carrie B offers 3 daily narrated sightseeing cruises from downtown New River Docks. You will cruise along the Intracoastal Waterway and into Port Everglades. Visitors can see homes of the rich and famous, massive yachts and famous waterfront properties like Hyatt Pier 66, Bahia Mar Marina and the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Grande.
Visit CarrieBCruises.com for more information. After your cruise, head over to Las Olas Boulevard for last minute shopping before your road trip to Orlando.
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