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The total driving distance from New York, NY to Orlando, FL is 1,078 miles or 1 735 kilometers.
Your trip begins in New York, New York. It ends in Orlando, Florida.
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Driving from New York to Orlando need not be boring. If you are a seafood lover and a history buff, look no further. Make your road trip into an eating and learning trip from New York to Orlando with 2 stopovers – Baltimore, MD and St. Augustine, FL.
Baltimore is less than 200 miles from New York and a perfect place to stay a night at the Harbor East and enjoy a variety of seafood at The Oceanaire Seafood Room. This retro supper club serves fresh fish flown in from all over the world, crab cakes and 8-12 selections of oysters at the Oyster Bar.
St. Augustine FL was founded in 1565 and is America’s oldest city. Horse-drawn carriages carrying tourists are still roaming the brick-lined streets to visit old buildings, forts, art galleries and restaurants.
Some of the places to visit in St. Augustine are Castillo de San Marcos, The Lightner Museum and the Colonial Quarter. Stop by the Bull & Crown Publick House on 53 St. George Street for a refreshing cold beer and tasty wings. This pub is located in a 270-year-old house.
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