Orlando should see plenty of visitors coming to the region this summer — and not just because of Universal Orlando Resort’s Harry Potter Diagon Alley debut.
The City Beautiful ranked No. 7 onPriceline.com’s (Nasdaq: PCLN) top 50 destinations for the July 4th holiday. Topping the list was Las Vegas, followed by San Diego, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Chicago and New York City.
Priceline.com’s top 50 list was based on published-price hotel bookings already made for the holiday weekend.
The average domestic airfare for July 4th is $396 — $6 higher than last year, according to Priceline.com.