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Orlando-Walt Disney World Travel Guide

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There's no other city in the United States the world, even that celebrates childhood quite like Orlando. The feeling that you get when you catch the light off Epcot Center's Spaceship Earth (found in Walt Disney World, of course); or from your first sip of Butterbeer in Hogsmeade (located inside Islands of Adventure's Wizarding World of Harry Potter); or when you witness the soaring heights of Shamu's flips (during the "Believe ... continue»

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When to Visit Orlando-Walt Disney World

The best time to visit Orlando is January to April. That's the time of year you'll find the most pleasant weather (mid-70s most days) and agreeable prices on travel and lodging. Summertime is the worst season to plan a trip to the area that's when hotels take advantage of the school break to drive prices up. Early fall is also a nice option, as long as you visit before the holiday season.

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Getting Around Orlando-Walt Disney World

The best way to get around Orlando is with a car, but the best way to experience Disney World is on foot. Orlando's top things to do, as well as its hotels, sprawl across the city's 101 square miles not to mention the fact that Disney World is actually in a different city, Lake Buena Vista. You can rent cars in Orlando, but you can also find them at Orlando International Airport (MCO). And if you're a guest at one of Disney's resorts, a Magical Express will shuttle you to and from the airport. However, once you're inside, your own two feet are the best way migrate from one ride to the next. If you do grow fatigued, Disney offers a host of free options for moving between the parks and hotels, including bus, monorail and ferry boat routes. 

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