Orlando's temperate climate makes it a year-round destination.
January is the coldest month in Orlando, if you consider a low of 10°C (50°F) and a high around 22°C (70°F) cold. July and August are very hot and humid, with highs around 33°C (90°F), 95% humidity and frequent downpours.
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Orlando International Airport (MCO), in the far southeastern corner of the city, is the largest in Central Florida. It's served by almost all major airlines, as well as charters and discount airlines.
You can catch cabs around if that's your style, but you'll have to wave one down with your mobile since taxis here ignore kerb hailing - no matter how frantic. Star Taxi and Yellow Cab are both good options.
Amtrak runs direct services from Orlando to Miami, Gainesville and points to the north. The Amtrak station is 1.6km (1mi) south of Central Orlando.
Driving within the city of Orlando can be tricky: most streets are one-way and ticket-happy meter maids lie in wait. However, if you want to do any travelling outside of Orlando you'll need a car.
Orlando runs a highly efficient and inexpensive city bus system, including a free downtown circuit.
Practical information to assist you before and during your trip.
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