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Planning a trip to Orlando? Use this travel guide to complete your tour

Orlando’s worldwide recognition as an epicenter for unrestrained amusement is fundamentally owed to one tag: theme park of Disney by Walt Disney. Though Orlando is a small city in Florida with limited residents but it is home to child’s paradise i.e. Universal Studios Florida and Lego Land.
It is fine to get trapped up in the quarantined worlds of Disney or Universal Orlando but this city offers an astonishingly urbane, although lesser-known town entrenched in Old Florida ethics. There are beautiful tree-lined environs, a rich performing-arts scene and fascinating gardens along with world-class shops and restaurants in downtown Orlando. Spare few days to discover the softer, calmer side of Orlando from the whirling wheels of adrenaline-pumped fantasy.

Step into the geography of Orlando

Orlando is one of the world’s most visited tourist regions of the world. It is a large city positioned in Orange County, Florida. Other municipalities in the metropolitan area include Altamonte Springs, Davenport, Kissimmee, and Winter Park.

What not to miss in Orlando

  • 1Walt Disney World
  • 2SeaWorld
  • 3Universal Studios
  • 4Discovery Cove
  • 5Typhoon Lagoon
  • 6Islands of Adventure
  • 7Orlando Science Center
  • 8Wet 'N Wild
  • 9Basilica of the National Shrine of Mary, Queen of the Universe
  • 10Gatorland

Fun things to do in Orlando

  • 1iFly Indoor Skydiving
  • 2International Drive
  • 3Kennedy Space Center
  • 4Machine Gun America
  • 5The Escape Game
  • 6The Orlando Eye
  • 7Orlando Watersports Complex
  • 8Wonder Works
  • 9Harry P. Leu Gardens

Dine in Orlando

It is necessary to regain your strength after a thrilling experience and Orlando will not disappoint you. This city has theme and chain restaurants at really affordable rates. For food that is a bit more elevated, there are many themed restaurants that pepper the theme parks, mostly places for children to meet their favorite cartoon characters and buy more merchandise—and the food selection tends to be more desirable. Even more pleasing for adults are the upscale dining opportunities, ranging from the celebrity outposts from chefs such as Emeril Lagasse to truly world-class dining rooms such as Victoria & Albert’s. It’s well worth remembering that most restaurants in Orlando have kids' menus at hugely discounted prices

Explore the shopping experience in Orlando

Relish a shopper’s ecstasy like no other destination in Orlando. Fashionable brands and the newest fashion styles are always in panache at The Mall at Millenia and The Florida Mall, where buyers will discover best department stores. Orlando’s outlet hubs, including Orlando Premium Outlets – International Drive, Orlando Premium Outlets - Vineland Avenue, and the Lake Buena Vista Outlets exhibits an extensive range from the world’s topmost designers at unbelievable savings.

Performing art scenes of Orlando

Discover worlds mysterious, ascertain captivating discipline all around you and catalyst your mind's eye in the auditoria of the Orlando Science Center. Giant Screen Films will astonish you with imageries of bizarre intelligibility and depth that multiply beyond your marginal vision in the Dr. Phillips CineDome.

Best time to go

Orlando has year-round sunshine and hence there is no actual off-season here. You can expect afternoon shower, so prepare accordingly. The peak season lasts in almost all long holiday weekends, the winter holidays, and spring break—i.e. late March to May. Avoid visits during this time to skip long queues. Prepare your plan in advance as hotels are costly and you might have to wait in the inevitable lines to eat, travel and stay.

Transportation

Roads are specially designed for visiting tourists and is equipped with well signposted. Almost every major attractions are at the small drive from Interstate 4. Otherwise, all the chief parks and hotels run shuttles and free to use but can get jam-packed. Avoid taxis as they are really costly.

Orlando has a subtropical climate with warm and showery weather from May to October and chiller temperatures from November to April that brings less rainfall. Further, the city remains at risk for hurricanes due to its location. July is on average the hottest month while January is the coldest month.

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