Orlando Quick Guide
Orlando is a warm and welcoming city, both in climate and atmosphere, and in addition to its many attractions and world class shopping and entertainment venues, Orlando is also a great place to work and live.
Orlando's economy is driven by automotive, business, entertainment, finance, technology and tourism industries.
Visitors with more than just a passing interest in amusement parks and similar attractions will find themselves at home among the many entertainment venues the city has to offer. For those interested in the history, flora, and fauna of the region, visit the Henry Leu Gardens for a taste of Old Florida.
The Orlando City Hall is located at 400 S. Orange Ave. Here is where you'll find many of the city services and departments you might need. City Hall is also just over a mile away from the Orlando Centroplex, a collection of the area's many sports and entertainment venues.
Getting Around or Getting Away
Map your driving directions to any number of Orlando attractions.
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Orlando Shopping and Services
Where to Go in Orlando
Orlando boasts literally thousands of restaurants that ensure a diverse dining experience. From the unique Hawaiian Fusion found at Roy's on West Sand Lake Road, to family favorites like the International House of Pancakes - IHOP - on International Drive, Orlando has whatever you're craving.
Downtown Orlando is home to nearly two dozen nightclubs that cater to musical tastes just as diverse as the cuisine available around town, including blues, country, salsa and more. You'll also find venues that feature live music, standup comedy and more refined cultural pursuits that include opera and ballet.
Things to Do in Orlando
With more than 90 attractions in the area in addition to the most famous theme park in the world - Walt Disney World and Epcot Center - Orlando is jam-packed with opportunities for action-packed weekends and things to do.
If theme parks, museums, science centers and other attractions aren't for you, then consider spending a day at a nearby beach. You can drive to the Atlantic Ocean in less than an hour, or head for the coastlines of the Gulf of Mexico, about two hours away.