Orlando was once again the most-visited destination in the U.S., with the record-setting year boosted by increases in tourism from Brazil and Mexico.
Tourism officials cautious about what federal rhetoric might do to international visitors’ interests
Tourism officials are keeping a cautious eye on the horizon, beyond the coast, beyond the sea, to see if the harsh and isolationist international rhetoric and tough policies of President Donald Trump could sour... Read More
Visit Orlando announced Thursday that a record 68 million visitors came to Orlando last year, making it the number one destination in the United States. The number was released during Visit Orlando’s annual Tr... Read More
VISIT Orlando, the area’s tourism marketing arm, has so far resisted giving House Speaker Richard Corcoran detailed financial records of how it spends its money. Sandra Pedicini of the Orlando Sentinel reports... Read More
Orlando has been named "Gay City of the Year" by the gay travel site GayCities.com, which praised the City Beautiful for its outpouring of compassion and unity following last summer's horrific massacre at the P... Read More