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The total driving distance from Orlando, FL to Daytona Beach, FL is 55 miles or 89 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Orlando, Florida. It ends in Daytona Beach, Florida.
If you are planning a road trip, you might also want to calculate the total driving time from Orlando, FL to Daytona Beach, FL so you can see when you'll arrive at your destination.
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If you're meeting a friend, you might be interested in finding the city that is halfway between Orlando, FL and Daytona Beach, FL.
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The Orlando Sanford International Airport has more flight options compared to Daytona Beach International Airport. There are only 5 airlines flying into Daytona Beach. Over 35 airlines fly into Orlando. It may make more sense to fly into Orlando if you are visiting Daytona Beach.
It is easy to navigate your way from Orlando to Daytona Beach. We highly recommend combining Orlando and Daytona Beach for your vacation if you like theme parks, the beach and fast cars.
The Daytona International Speedway is the home of “The Great American Race” according to VisitFlorida.com. Since February 22, 1959 every February, this World Center of Racing brings a week of fanfare, tradition and high-speed racing to guests from around the world.
Daytona Beach is also famous for its family-friendly 23 miles white sandy beaches. Families can relax and join in the fun with the locals. Go fishing, bicycling, paddle-boarding, swimming, boating, jet-skiing and kayaking.
Also check out the microbrewery in Daytona Beach like Ormond Brewing Company, Daytona Beach Brewing Company and Tomoko Brewery.
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