Orlando, FL Travel Tips
Orlando, FL, “The City Beautiful,” is one of the world’s most popular destinations for tourists and their families. Roughly 50 million people visit the city every year, and while Orlando has a great selection of hotels and resorts, a better, more family-friendly option is to choose one of the many available houses for rent. In Orlando, FL, there are many vacation homes to choose from that are close by the city’s major attractions and events. It is a great place for families, particularly when families choose to stay in vacation rentals. At Vacation Home Rentals, we have a variety of Orlando vacation homes that provide an alternative to crowded hotels. Our online selection of Orlando vacation rentals features properties that will provide you with the comforts you’d expect from home.
When selecting from our list of Orlando vacation home rentals, plan other aspects of your family vacation as well. An itinerary will prove useful in getting the most out of your vacation by avoiding confusion over what to do and where or when to do it. Preparing for potential delays is also a good way to save a lot of headaches by reducing the effects of disruptions to one’s plans. Also, when planning a stay at one of the many Orlando vacation homes, it is also important to consider the peak tourist seasons. The city is busiest during the hot and humid months of June through August as well as in March and April. During the cooler months, Orlando is less crowded. In Orlando, there is no shortage of things to do during any time of year.
When selecting from our Orlando vacation rentals, be sure to look for the rental properties that are closest to the places that you plan to visit during your stay. Orlando is home to a variety of popular attractions for adults and children alike. This includes not only the world-famous Walt Disney World theme park but also SeaWorld Orlando and Universal Studios Florida. Other theme parks include Wet ’n Wild Orlando and the Gatorland theme park. Orlando is also just an hour’s drive away from the Kennedy Space Center. Other great attractions include the Harry P. Leu Gardens
and the Orlando Science Center. Take your children on a self-guided tour to view more than 600 plant species at the University of Central Florida Arboretum
In addition to the wide variety of world-renowned attractions, another benefit of choosing from our homes for rent in Orlando, FL, is their proximity to events that occur within the city. The Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival takes place from March to May at Epcot. Orlando’s Magical Dining Month starts in late August or September. Visit the event and sample three-course meals prepared by chefs from dozens of local area restaurants. Fans of art shows can also visit the CityArts Factory. Adults and children alike will also enjoy the Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament. This dinner-and-jousting event occurs year-round.