Orlando, Florida is known throughout the world as a tourism epicenter. Boasting world class theme parks, gorgeous weather year round and plenty of interesting sites and attractions, its no wonder why Orlando consistently ranks as one of the top tourism destinations on the planet. Everyone from young children to older retirees can find something to do in this exhilarating and magical place. From top notch amusement parks to excellent restaurants to plentiful shopping galleries, Orlando has it all. With so much to see and do, it’s impossible to go bored in this enthralling city. Located in central Florida, Orlando boasts a warm, mild climate and pleasant weather year round. Best known for its mega-resorts and celebrated theme parks, the city contains many hidden gems such as fascinating museums, top notch theaters and peaceful parks. Still, its gigantic amusement parks are the region’s top tourism draws, and for good reason. Where else can you experience the magic of Disney, ride the Ho
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