Orlando Tourist Spots

Orlando is the third largest metropolis of Florida with more than two million people living here. Located in the central Florida, this land of wild imagination and constant excitement attracts around fifty million people every year.

The best time visit the home of Mickey Mouse is in the first quarter of the year, from January to April. The weather remains very pleasant and comfortable; the temperature starts to rise slowly from nine degree Celsius. By the end of April the weather starts to become hotter and humid. But between January and April the average temperature is really wonderful. If you are planning to visit in the early January, or in January for that matter, better carry some winter clothes. Keep eyes open, you might find hotels with large discount offers. You should get a decent hotel here just for $40-$50/night.

Visiting in the summer, from May to August, is NOT RECOMMENDED. The weather would be very hot, humid and then there is plenty of rain. Temperature tends to cross thirty, which is very likely to make you and your kid cranky. Naturally hotel prices are comparatively low, not that much, as accommodation here is pretty inexpensive all together. You would be able to find some hotels costing around $35/night.

The last quarter of the year is actually the tourism time, when temperature starts to fall again rainfall becomes less frequent. People start to get here from all over the world, most of them for celebrating Charismas. Hotel rates are also great. As mentioned earlier hotels are pretty much always cheap here, as you are going to have to spend a lot on rides and entry fees. Various discounts rates are offered; even four star hotels can be booked costing around $140-$180/night.

Moving around here would not be an issue and you are going to be presented with plenty of options. If you are staying at a Disney sponsored hotel or resort you are going to get free transportation facility anywhere in the Disney world. Buses, taxies, ferries all are readily available to take you to your desired destinations. There is a thing called I-Ride trolley, it operates in the international drive resort area, costing $2/ride.

However, if you want to get out of the Disney World, you should get a car, which are also available. Visit here: https://www.kayak.com/Cheap-Orlando-Car-Rentals.9900.cars.ksp
You can also travel by Bus, $2-$4.50/ride, or $16 for a seven day pass.
Getting Taxi could be a major hustle outside the airport area, though you could ask your hotel to get one for you.

Tourist spots of Orlando

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Wizarding World Of Harry Potter – Hogsmeade

Themed after the famous character of Harry Porter, this theme park offers two greatest rides: Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey and Dragon Challenge. The line would be huge so be prepared and try to come as early as possible. If you are staying at Universal Orlando Resort hotels you will be offered an hour early admission. The address is 6000 Universal Blvd, Orlando and you can get here by Lynx 21, 37 or 40 Buses. For ticket prices and more info: http://www.universalorlando.com/
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Discovery Cove

This where you get to see the amazing Dolphin shows and wonder how smart they are, might even be the first one among your traveling companions to crack a “Dolphin smarter than you” joke. The address is 6000 Discovery Cove Way and you can ride the buses: Lynx 8, 38, 50, 111. Open every day from 9 AM to 5.30 PM. They are costly. Buy your tickets here: https://discoverycove.com/en/packages-and-pricing/
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Legoland Florida

A whole place with Legos! How awesome is that. Located at 1 Legoland Way Winter Haven. Ticket prices are: • 1 day tickets: Adult $84, Child 9-12yr $75 • 2 day tickets adult: $99, Child 9-12yr $92 Behind the Pirates Cove you would find Lakeside Sandwich Co, don’t forget to take a bite. For more information: http://florida.legoland.com/
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Disney Main Street Electrical Parade

This one is an event, which you don’t want to miss, where various characters of your favorite animation movies will come to live in a stunningly designed environment. This parade is organized very frequently. Various transports would take you here. • Ferry: Disney • Bus: Lynx 50, 56 Get necessary information here: http://www.disneyworld.disney.go.com/
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Universal Studios

Home of two legendary roller coasters, Revenge of the Mummy and Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit, with a lot other fantastic and exiting rides in stock. Ticket prices are: • 1 day tickets: Adult $96, Child 9-12yr $89 • 2 day tickets adult: $136, Child 9-12yr $129 Also multi day and multi park tickets are available. Opening hours are from 9 AM. For more information visit here: http://www.universalorlando.com/
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