Exploring Central Florida

So you have decided to move to Central Florida?  While moving can be a process, what about after you get settled into your new home?

Learn more about upcoming events in the area at http://www.icflorida.com.  This is a great place to learn about family activities for all ages and get tips on how to best conquer the theme parks and summer fun.

While you are now lucky enough to have theme parks so close, you will want to be sure that you explore all that Florida offers.  Visit http://www.orlandosentinel.com/features/the-list/os-50-things-you-have-to-do-in-central-florida-20131104-post.html to learn about 50 things to do.  The best part, some are even free!

Another great website for learning about places to visit in Florida is https://weather.com/photos/places/news/florida-hidden-vacation-spots-20140804#/2 provides the hidden gems of Florida.  Whether you just want to go for a day trip or you are looking for a long weekend, this site provides 11 Florida spots that are worth exploring.

Bookmarking these websites is not the only way to explore and get to know Florida.  Use your Twitter and Instagram accounts to stay up to date on the latest news and upcoming events.  @visitorlando may appear like it is only for tourists, however, they do a great job of posting insider knowledge about free things to do in Central Florida and how to best take advantage of the theme parks.  Try following @centralFLtop5 to learn about the newest news for locals such as Orlando City or Solar Bears sports news, new companies opening, and tips for dealing with Florida’s weather.

As always, a smart idea when trying to learn more about the great offerings of your new town is your relator and neighbors.  As locals, they can give you advice for local restaurants to check out and information on the neighborhood.  One of the best things you can do when you move to Central Florida is to become acquainted with the area.  With so much to offer you can be sure to be busy with all there is to explore.

 

 

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