Whether it's a solo getaway, a romantic escape or a family friendly excursion; when it comes time for a relaxing yet invigorating vacation, there are few destinations more perfect than Orlando, Florida. The undisputed "Theme Park Capital of The World," it is home to two of the globe's finest – Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando Resort. Other unique theme parks and resort complexes like Legoland and Seaworld make Orlando a fun-filled playground for adults and kids alike. For the big kids, Orlando boasts many of the nations great golf courses.
The melting pot of cultures in Orlando also makes it a hot-spot for foodies from around the world. Fine French and Italian dining exist alongside classic Southern fare like soul food and BBQ, as well as other international styles such as world-class sushi, South Asian delicacies, and more. Some of the state's best vegetarian dining is found in Orlando as well.
Orlando also offers the opportunity for many a beach outing. Quieter, picturesque white sand beaches, oceanside shopping strips, and bustling, world famous 'party' beaches mean whatever seaside experience you prefer, Orlando has it within arm's reach.
If your not sure when to travel or how to get around when you're there. We're here to help! For the best weather. February through May offers minimal chances of rain and comfortable temperatures in the 70s and 80s. As opposed to soaring mercury in the summer months that can be too much for some. This period will also demand higher airfare and theme park ticket prices and have the biggest crowds. The cheapest time to travel to Orlando is just before high season in January, where flights can be up to 23% cheaper. September is also a money-saving month, with flights being as much as 18% cheaper. When you're there, it's always suggested to rent a vehicle. Thanks to its status as the country's largest rental car market, you'll find amazing deals on the car of your choice. Depending on your destination, taking the rail occasionally will allow you to avoid rush-hour gridlock, but for the mobility to see all there is to see in Orlando, a rental car is a good choice.