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Moving from Las Vegas, NV to Orlando, FL

Moving from Las Vegas, NV to Orlando, FL

Moving from Las Vegas to Orlando

Moving across the country can always be a daunting task; however, you’ll be happy to learn that Orlando won’t be too much different from what you’re used to in Las Vegas. While Las Vegas is mainly known for being a place for singles and couples to live, Orlando is a very family-friendly city with so much fun to offer. Orlando is a bit smaller than Las Vegas with a total population of 238,300 compared to Las Vegas’s population of 583,756. However, the Greater Orlando metropolitan area had a population of over 2.1 million in 2010, which is actually larger than the Las Vegas metropolitan area’s population of over 1.9 million. You may be leaving The Entertainment Capital of the World, but you certainly won’t run out of fun things to do in The City Beautiful!

Traveling from Las Vegas to Orlando and things to know when you arrive:

Moving from Las Vegas to Orlando means that you will eventually have to figure out how to get yourself there! If you plan to drive yourself to Orlando, be prepared for a very long trip. Las Vegas and Orlando are over 2,300 miles apart which can take about 38 hours total to drive. But if you’re up for some fun, you could plan a little vacation for yourself along the way since you’ll be passing by a few great cities. You can stop and take a visit in several cities along the way including Flagstaff, AZ; Albuquerque, NM; Dallas, TX; Shreveport, LA; Mobile, AL; and Tallahassee, FL.

Climate in Orlando

Orlando has a pleasant average yearly temperature of 73 F, which is slightly more than Las Vegas’s average yearly temperature of about 69 F. However, moving from Las Vegas to Orlando means that you won’t have to endure the extremely high summer temperatures of the desert climate in Las Vegas, but you will have to endure summer temperatures in the high 90s with much more humidity. In the winters, Orlando’s temperatures are very moderate, rarely dropping below freezing, which is slightly warmer than Las Vegas’s winter temperatures. Orlando also experiences a fair amount of precipitation, about 50 inches annually, with the most occurring in the summer.

Transportation in Orlando

Learning how to make your way around a new city is always hard, but moving from Las Vegas to Orlando fortunately means that it shouldn’t be too difficult. Both driving and public transportation are both very easy ways to get around Orlando. LYNX, in Orlando, is much like RTC Transit in Las Vegas, providing several buses all around the city as well as to five nearby counties. Orlando is also very easy to make your way around by driving since it is connected to several major roads including Interstate 4, several expressways and Florida’s Turnpike. Nevertheless, Orlando, much like Las Vegas, experiences heavy traffic on most days with the most happening in the morning and after 4:00 p.m.

Schools in Orlando

Moving from Las Vegas to Orlando can be difficult, especially if you have school-aged children; however, they should find it fairly easy to transition from going to school in Las Vegas to going to school in Orlando. They’ll be moving from a district that serves over 311,000 students to one that serves over 177,000 students. Orange County Public Schools serves the city of Orlando and is comprised of 126 elementary schools, 34 middle schools and 19 high schools. Along with the many public schools, Orlando is also home to many private schools as well as some of the best colleges and universities in the country, including the University of Central Florida.   

Recreation in Orlando

Don’t worry that moving from Las Vegas to Orlando will mean that you’ll be missing out on things to do because Orlando is the place to be if you love to have fun! Besides the big three amusement parks in the city, Universal Orlando Resorts; Walt Disney World Resort; and SeaWorld, there are many more great places to visit in Orlando. For some educational fun check out Orlando Museum of Art, which houses some of the finest pieces of art in the world, or the Orlando Science Center, which features several fun science exhibits for children and adults alike. Orlando also has a rich performing arts community offering the Central Florida Ballet, Orlando Ballet, Orlando Shakespeare Theater, Orlando Repertory Theater, the Bob Carr Performing Arts Center and the Orlando International Fringe Theater Festival. So, no matter what you love to do, you’re sure to find it in Orlando!

So, make your way over to Orlando quickly and get ready to have some fun! We think you’re going to love moving from Las Vegas to Orlando!

The service center for Las Vegas, Nevada is located in Las Vegas, NV
The service center for Orlando, Florida is located in Orlando, FL

Information about Las Vegas, NV

Est. Population: 583756
County: Clark
Latitude: 36.1833
Longitude: -115.1333
Zip Codes: 89101
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Information about Orlando, FL

Est. Population: 238300
County: Orange
Latitude: 28.5500
Longitude: -81.3833
Zip Codes: 32801
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