Orlando is the third-largest city in Florida, with a metro population of nearly 2.4 million people. Those with a penchant for the tradition of spring-summer-fall-winter might be put off by the fact that Orlando has basically two seasons—May to September (hot and humid) and October to April (warm and dry). Temperatures in the summer often get up in the 90s while winter temperatures often hover around the 70s. With 233 sunny days each year, Orlando is definitely a draw for those who enjoy outdoor activities. For those who aren’t tempted by the thought of kayaking the Winter Park Chain of Lakes or biking/jogging the pet friendly trails, there are more than a dozen theme parks (including Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Studios, and Legoland) to keep you busy.