The fall travel season is around the corner and every enthusiastic traveller is ready to visit new places and join interesting events during the holidays. Well, Central Florida’s official tourism organization, Visit Orlando, has spruced up their itinerary and published a new edition of the Orlando Gay Travel Guide for LGBTQ visitors.
The new edition features a list of LGBTQ-friendly attractions, dining options, events, and more in Orlando. The guide came out just before the region’s popular celebration Come Out with Pride. The annual festival, which acts as a platform for the LGBTQ community and allies to celebrate progress and diversity, is going to celebrate its 12th year from October 6-8 this year.
Orlando is one of the most visited and gay-friendly destinations in the United States. The city offers year-round LGBTQ-friendly events and venues.
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The Gay Travel Guide by Visit Orlando is a great resource for the members of the LGBTQ community planning for a vacation around the city’s world-class attractions, theme parks, restaurants, nightlife, LGBT clubs, and many more.
Anyone planning to visit Orlando during the fall season will find a great range of travel deals and a calendar full of events. Some of the highlights of the fall events are:
The LGBTQ community and their allies celebrate Come out with Pride with fireworks, parties, and a signature parade. Set to take place in Downtown Orlando’s Lake Eola Park from October 6-8, the organisers are expecting to host more than 150,000 visitors this year.
If you want to taste wines and food from some of the most famous wineries and celebrated chefs in the world, join the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. The month-long event is going to take place from September 14 to November at Walt Disney World Resort.
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Guests at Universal Orlando Resort will get to enjoy a ‘scary’ Halloween at Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights from September 16 to October 31. There will be scared zones, mazes, and haunted houses inspired from popular horror movies and TV series.
Some other events are Winter Park Autumn Art Festival (from October 8-9), Park Avenue Fashion Week (from November 1-5), and more.