Orlando

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10 Attractions You Must See in Orlando

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Planning Your Orlando Visit

What is the best time to visit Orlando?
The best time to visit Orlando is from March to May. That's the time of year you'll find the most pleasant weather (the high 50s to high 80s most days) and agreeable prices on travel and lodging. Likewise, September to mid-November offers comfortable temperatures and reasonable airfare and hotel rates. Summer is not the best season to plan a trip to Orlando because the weather is quite hot and humid and also the hotel prices are high due to school summer break.
How many days do you need in Orlando?
It all depends on how you like to tour, what you’d like to do, and what your priorities are. The first question you’ll need to answer is how many theme parks you want to visit. The main two theme parks are Disney World and Universal Orlando. Keep in mind that within Disney World there are four parks and within Universal, there are two. Many first time visitors will pick one or the other. Five days is a good number of days to spend in the four Disney Parks while only two are generally needed for Universal Orlando. However, these numbers can be significantly different depending on whether or not you want to spend all day every day in the parks if you’ll be taking lots of breaks, and whether or not you’ll have older or younger folks in your party that may need more time getting from attraction to attraction.
What is the best transportation for getting in and around Orlando?
There are several ways to get around Orlando and bring you right to the attractions you want to see. LYNX is Central Florida's bus system, and provides economical and dependable public transportation in the Greater Orlando area, I-Ride Trolleys serve the popular International Drive Resort Area year-round, seven days a week, from 8 a.m. to 10:30 p.m, Orlando Shuttle Vans operated by off-airport companies are a popular and convenient transportation option in Orlando, especially from Orlando Airport to your hotel, Taxi/Uber/lyft are very easy to find, Theme Oak Buses If you plan to stay around the Walt Disney World area, there are several free shuttle bus to various parts of the Walt Disney World property, Sun Rail Train is Central Florida's newest and first passenger rail system. The 61.5 mile commuter rail line will connect four counties and the City of Orlando, LYMMO Bus is a free circulator bus in downtown Orlando. With 21 stops, LYMMO is guaranteed to get you close to your downtown destination for free, Rent a Car and drive on your owm.

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