France established a Sister City relationship with Orlando in 1991.
Located right outside Paris, Seine-et-Marne was created during the
French Revolution. The city is
named for the two rivers the Seine and the Marne that run through the
region. The city is home to
famous cultural and historical sites such as the Ch‚teau de Fontainebleau
and the Meaux Cathedral. The
greatest connection between Orlando and Seine-et-Marne is the theme park
Disneyland Resort Paris, located in the region.
was established as a Sister City to Orlando in 1991.
Located adjacent to the capital city of Reykjavik in southern
Iceland, Reykjanesbaer is the host city of Icelandís international
airport. Popular activities
include sea-angling, whale spotting, with the possibility of sighting
minke and killer whales, and cruises to the island of Eldey, home to the
world's largest gannet colony. Icelandís
famous Blue Lagoon hot springs, Reykjanes lava fields and the Leira golf
course are only a short drive away.
is the newest Sister City to Orlando, established in 2006.
Valladolid is the main city of the autonomous region of Castilla y
Leůn and is situated in the center of the northern sub-plateau. It is
well-connected on a national and international level by a network of dual
carriageways and the airport of Villanublas. Its cultural life, present
all year round, its traditions, its typical gastronomy, its
internationally renowned wines and its resources make it a province with a
great place for business meetings, combining the flavor of history
with the latest modern conveniences.