Located in Central Florida, Orlando is mainly known for the Theme Parks
that are here located, which include Walt Disney World, Universal Studios and SeaWorld.
Index: Discover Orlando: The City - Activities and Trip-Guide
The City of Orlando
Orlando is the most visited destination in the US
averaging over 59 million visitors a year, both international and domestic. The historic core of the “Old Orlando” is found in the Downtown area near the neighborhood of Lake Eola.
Orlando has the most number of Hotels, and the second-most number of rooms after Las Vegas.
Thanks to the many hotels, theme parks, golf courses, shopping, retail mall and dining options, Orlando is an ideal destination for families and group of friends.
Orlando is also the busiest destination for conferences and conventions.
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Orlando: Map, Quick Facts, and Weather
With a tropical climate, Orlando has 2 major seasons: the rain, and hot, season, and the dry, and cooler, season.
Usually the rainy season starts around May and extends until September; the winter months are decisively dryer.
The Orlando International Airport (MCO)
serves as the main international hub for the mid-Florida region with frequent national and international flights.