Orlando is a site known around the world for its theme parks. Located in Florida, it is a synonym of entertainment and fun for the whole family.
Magic and Charm
Orlando, located in central Florida has established its place as the “Entertainment Capital of the World". No matter where you’re from, the only language spoken here is fun! There is always a park, a hotel, a restaurant, or a store that will meet or exceed your expectations.
Orlando at Night If you think fun ends at sunset, you’re wrong. In Orlando, the evening offers as many surprises as the day. Along Universal’s Citywalk, Downtown Disney, Pleasure Island and Downtown Orlando you’ll find bars, pubs, dance clubs, shows and casinos, recreating the most amazing places. Whether you enjoy a casual beer on an open terrace, live music and a glass of wine, a comedy show, dueling pianos during dinner, or a martini at a chic and elegant p!lace, Orlando offers boundless possibilities.
Shopping in Orlando
Orlando is a great city for shopping, filled with gift shops, designer boutiques and shopping malls. You’ll also find shops within the hotel complexes and theme parks. There are many shopping malls and outlets around Lake Buena Vista, International Drive, and downtown Orlando around Church Street.
Orlando, many Themes
In Orlando, you’ll find parks with themes as varied as your interests. The main parks are obviously Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, Sea World and Wet n’ Wild; however, there are others, less known but just as fun such as Water Mania, Typhoon Lagoon or Adventure Park, with its own erupting volcano. Central Florida has many other attractions as well, such as Ripley’s Believe it or Not Museum, the Kennedy Space Center, Busch Gardens and Cirque Du Soleil.
World Walt Disney World is central Florida’s largest entertainment complex, with four theme parks, sport areas, two water parks, restaurants, bars, golf courses, shops and themed hotels. Magic Kingdom is the most famous park within Disney, featuring Cinderella’s Castle as its most iconic and main attraction.
Kennedy Space Center
Located just an hour drive from Orlando, NASA’s Kennedy Space Center offers the possibility of enjoying experiences with the astronauts and scientists who work there.
Orlando’s weather is generally tropical all year round; it can be fair and warm from October to March, and becomes very humid and hot during the summer months. The average temperature from October to March is between 8ºC to 20ºC, and from April to September, from 23ºC to 33ºC.