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Orlando: Florida's #1 Vacation Destination
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Orlando is an ever-growing metropolis - a patch-work of interlocking communities - that also just happens to draw millions of visitors each year to experience its great weather and numerous attractions. Home to the popular Disney World, Universal Studios and SeaWorld, Orlando is also the location of dozens more attractions, museums, shopping venues, dinner theaters, gardens and water parks.

If you're planning an Orlando vacation, learning a little bit about the area and what to expect will help you get the most from your time and vacation dollars. I've teamed with About.com's Theme Parks Guide, Arthur Levine; Budget Travel Guide, Mark Kahler; Hotels & Resorts Guide, Charlyn Keating Chisholm; and, others to provide helpful information and tips for planning your vacation.

First, let's look at some frequently asked questions about Orlando:

What is Orlando's weather like? A first-hand account of Orlando's weather by month, as well as monthly average temperatures and rainfall.

When is the best time to go? If you are planning to visit Orlando on vacation, one of the hardest things to do is choose when to visit. While special events and promotions may have some influence on theme park attendance; historically, Disney World's highest theme park attendances tend to be influenced by certain holidays. These month-by-month guides to Florida will give you an insight into when are the best times of the year to visit.

When is hurricane season? The Atlantic hurricane season begins June 1 and ends November 30, with the highest storm probability is from August through October. | More Hurricane Information |

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