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Weather in Orlando

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About

Endlessly revered for its unrivaled theme parks, Orlando proudly sports an enviable line-up of fun-fuelled attractions and has carved out a solid reputation as a veritable mecca for families. Bursting at the seams with a whirlwind of amusing activities —from pulse-pounding roller coasters to glittery fairy-tale castles— “The City Beautiful” makes it wonderfully easy for visitors to dive into a magical wonderland, and blissfully forget about the world outside!

Best time to visit

During the summer, the heat can be overwhelming, not to mention you’ll have to face huge lines at the attractions. To enjoy more breathable weather, affordable rates, and fewer people, a great time to visit Orlando is from January through April —outside of spring break and Easter holidays—when there’s little chance of rain and temperatures are pleasantly mild.

Getting there

If you’re flying into Orlando, the chances are you’re landing at the Orlando International Airport (MCO), which is centrally located about 10 miles southeast of downtown Orlando. Getting to the city center by car (driving, Uber, or taxi) takes around 25 minutes. In case you’re looking for a more budget option, you can take the Lynx bus 11 that is found outside Terminal “A”. The bus departs from the airport every 40 minutes and reaches downtown Orlando ( International Drive and the Florida Mall/SeaWorld area) in around 45 to 65 minutes. 

Places to visit

Best Things To Do In 24 Hours In Orlando, Florida

ICON Park: Start enjoying this city built for relaxed self-indulgence by riding the Wheel at ICON Park, and gazing at Orlando’s skyline.

Orlando Science Center: Science-buffs can also take the kids to the Orlando Science Center, where the little ones can be astronauts for a day, and also encounter massive fossil replicas of ancient sea creatures and dinosaurs.

International Drive: Praised for its buzz and vibrancy, International Drive is one of Orlando’s most prestigious commercial stretches and a great spot for a shopping spree.

Lake Eola Park: Couples can ride the swan-shaped paddle boats along the river at Lake Eola Park. Another romantic thing to do in Orlando is taking a sunset air balloon ride to marvel at the city’s landscape from up to 2,500 feet high.

 

Best Things To Do In One Week In Orlando, Florida

Harry P. Leu Gardens: In need of some time around nature? Then meander your way through the colorful flowers at the stunning 50-acre Harry P. Leu Gardens.

Cape Canaveral: Between one theme park and another, venture further out to visit Kennedy Space Center, dubbed as “Florida’s gateway to space”, where you’ll get up close with the iconic Space Shuttle Atlantis. 

Harry P. Leu Gardens: Overlooking Lake Rowena is the Leu House Museum, a beautifully restored 19th century home that was listed as a National Register of Historic Places. 

Winter Park: If taking a day trip to the nearby city of Winter Park is on the books for you, don’t miss the chance to visit the Cornell Fine Arts Museum (at the campus of Rollins College) which is home to more than 5,600 works of art, including European masterpieces, American art, and precious antiques like Egyptian bronze vessels and Etruscan ceramics.

Family Friendly

SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium: After some retail therapy in Orlando Vineland Premium Outlet, flock to SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium, at ICON Park, and stroll along their 360º underwater tunnel, home to several marine creatures!

Walt Disney World Resort: A massive complex with four theme parks (Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Disney's Animal Kingdom) two water parks, (Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park and Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park), resort hotels, golf courses, and a shopping center (Disney Springs). 

Universal Orlando Resort: Universal is also well worth the visit. Potterheads can visit the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, which spans two theme parks—Universal's Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios Florida —and takes visitors to explore the classrooms and corridors of Hogwarts Castle, to an airborne Quidditch match, and close encounters with Death Eaters.

Events & Festivals

Mardi Gras Festival at Universal Studios (March): A colorful festival inspired by international Carnival celebrations, featuring live music and bustling parades!

Independence Day (July): In July, locals and tourists flock to Lake Eola Park to marvel at a spectacular and bright firework show in celebration of Independence Day. 

Halloween Horror Nights (October): In October, Universal Studios hosts their famous Halloween Horror Nights, a spooky event featuring haunted houses, scare zones and live shows. 

Cuisines

Morimoto Asia at Disney Springs: Travelers who are seeking a fine dining experience must go to the eye-popping Morimoto for an Asian-inspired meal.

Bull & Bear: A high-end steakhouse at Waldorf Astoria. 

Pig Floyd's Urban Barbakoa: Their mouthwatering butter chicken tacos are a must-try.