How to find cheap flights to Orlando
Although there are no direct flights from Israel, on Skyscanner.co.il we will find you cheap flights to Orlando via stopovers. You can fly with Delta Airlines via JFK, Lufthansa will take you to Orlando via Frankfurt, or you can start with EL AL to Newark and continue with JetBlue thanks to a codeshare agreement.
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Found cheap flights to Orlando? Great! Now it’s time to get ready for your arrival at Orlando International Airport (MCO). The airport is located 10 km southeast of Orlando, the county seat of Orange County, Florida, and it has a large main terminal building and four airside concourses. The main terminal is divided into Terminal A and Terminal B.
A local bus to most destinations in the city costs $2, or $4 if you are traveling to Disney Resorts area. A shuttle van to Downtown Orlando costs $20, and if you travel by taxi expect to pay $38-$45. If you stayed at one of the airport’s hotels, there is a free shuttle from the terminal. Alternatively, you can travel by car, check the offers we have on Skyscanner’s Car Rental.
When to visit Orlando
The summers on Orlando are very hot, with temperatures often above 30 between June and September. July is the wettest month, with 196 mm of rain. July is also the best month to take a swim, with a sea temperature around 29 degrees. Summer is also the most expensive season, since schools are off in the US, Europe, and Israel, and the airlines and hotel owners know it. The winter is not a real winter, with 21-23 degrees in December and January, the coldest months. Your best chance to find cheap flights to Orlando is between January and April, there are fewer tourists, students are at school, and the temperatures are perfect. Bring something warm to wear, as it might drop to 10-15 degrees.
What to see and do in Orlando
Theme Parks: Isn’t it the main reason for your trip to Orlando? The two most known theme parks are Disneyland and Seaworld, the fun is guaranteed for both kids and adults. Universal Studios brings the world of movies to life with lights, camera, action and special effects. If you want to get wet, don’t skip the Wet ‘n Wild gigantic waterslide. Wild animals and wild rides can be found at the Animal Kingdom Theme Park.
Museums: Two of the best museums are the Winter Park History Museum and Museum of American Art. The stunning shows of the Orlando Ballet and Philharmonic Orchestra will satisfy your hunger for art and culture. If you are one of those sweet tooth people, head to the World of Chocolate Museum.
Dining & Dancing: Cigar bars, nightclubs, casinos, live music venues and comedy clubs - all you have to do is choose which one you want to go. If you travel with your family, get a huge pancake stack at one of the diners, just don’t say anything to your nutritionist. You can feast on any cuisine or go to the most elegant restaurants, and party hard before diving into your bed.
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This information is correct as of October 2017
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