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Orlando, Florida offers a plethora of fun, exciting, and enchanting opportunities to create forever memories with your loved ones. You can spend a day of respite at your serene lakefront home after an exciting excursion at Walt Disney World near Kissimmee with the family or enjoy a host of sophisticated cultural events and luxurious amenities while lodging in your downtown condominium or villa near the golf course. Orlando is a thriving metropolitan city surrounded by placid lakes and remote wilderness, and there are a broad range of environments and activities to experience.
The expansive Walt Disney World Resort near Lake Buena Vista offers entertainment and educational opportunities for the whole family. Disney World's opening in 1971 marked a cultural turning point for Orlando that introduced an explosion of population and economic growth throughout the region. Now, Orlando is internationally known as the Theme Park Capitol of the World with epic multi-faceted attractions that include the Universal Orlando Resort, SeaWorld Orlando, and the Wet 'n Wild Park of amazing pools and thrilling water slides.
Luxurious and expansive golf courses with awe-inspiring terrains and views are located throughout Orlando. The most renowned course is Bay Hill Club and Lodge, home to the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Orlando is home to a thriving, multi-cultural arts and music scene. From classical theaters showcasing philharmonic masterpieces and Shakespearean plays to Cuban-reggae dives, rock and roll concerts, and throbbing punk and metal clubs, exciting nights are easily experienced in this metropolis of entertainment.
Shopping aficionados are presented a myriad of tempting opportunities to dream, plan, and purchase unique and elegant finds at Orlando's infamous shopping malls and marketplaces. Just outside of Orlando in Orange County, lies one of the largest shopping malls in America. The Florida Mall has over 1,849,000-square feet of bling, restaurants, and movie theaters. This epic mall encompasses over 250 stores and is also home to the Florida Mall Hotel & Conference Center Tower.
The Mall at Millennia is another monolith of malls. It offers 1,118,000-square feet of shopping bliss for those who are drawn to upscale department stores such as Bloomingdales, Neiman Marcus, and Macy's.
Downtown Orlando hosts the Orlando Fashion Square. With a 14-screen premier cinema theater, department stores, and plenty of dining options, this mall is popular with tourists and locals alike.
The Artegon Village Artisan Marketplace offers tourists and locals culturally rich and unique handcrafted items in 165 shops, along with diverse dining options and a theater.
Orlando has a humid subtropical climate with two main seasons referred to as hot and wet, and cool and dry. The hot rainy season, from May until late September, sees daytime temperatures in the mid-90s and the low 70s at night. It is also known as hurricane season, though hurricanes usually dissipate before reaching that far inland.
Orlando's hot season is laced with dramatic lightning and thunderstorms almost every day from mid-April through mid-October. This is due to Florida's unique peninsula configuration and Orlando's centralized location between air masses from the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean that collide overhead, producing spectacular displays of nature's power.
The popular cool dry season, from late October through April, brings glorious sunny weather to Orlando. Temperatures range from 60 degrees to the low 70s during the day and as low as 49 degrees at night in January.
Unless you're driving your car up the I-4 from Tampa or Daytona, you'll probably arrive at the conveniently located Orlando International Airport, by Amtrak rail, or Greyhound bus. Once you've arrived, rental cars are readily available along with taxis, airport shuttle busses that operate 24/7, and the local Lynx bus system that covers Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Polk, and Volusia Counties.