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Orlando is known internationally for its famous theme parks that draw 47 million visitors from around the world who come to pamper themselves at our world-class resorts and soak up the Florida sunshine. Tourism drives our economy and supports a dynamic dining scene to feed the multitudes of year-round vacationers and conventioneers hungry for interesting places to eat. Orlando has over 5000 restaurants that serve up everything from casual, family-oriented ambience to five-star fine dining experiences and an eclectic mix of upscale eateries. Travel and Leisure ranked it one of America’s Best Cities for Foodies(1). Orlando is a great place to live, too. Beyond our outstanding array of tourist attractions that even locals love, you can enjoy the area’s numerous lakes and golf courses, spectacular nightlife and shop at top name retailers and trendy boutiques. Off the beaten path you can commune with nature at the area’s many parks and preserves with hiking trails, lush gardens, wetlands and natural springs – or venture into unspoiled wilderness on horseback. Though Orlando is inland, it’s just short drive to beaches on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts.(2)
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