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Holidays to Kissimmee are proving popular with all ages in 2018/2019. This alluring city in Florida is located in Osceola County, and with so much going on, you’ll surely want to return after your stay. Home to the Walt Disney World Resort complex, the city is a playground for both adults and children.
Whether you are a keen golfer, a cycling enthusiast, or someone who enjoys a retail splurge, a holiday to Kissimee won’t disappoint. A drive south of beautiful Orlando will bring you to Kissimmee, which lures in holidaymakers from around the globe with its retro character.
Approximately 60,000 people call this part of Florida their home. Boasting a variety of public parks like Osceola Heritage Park, the city's many venues and complexes are the destination for year-round events. Pine Island, the Monument of States, and Old Town Amusement Park are just three slices of the Kissimmee pie, so why not book your break and get ready to indulge?
A huge outdoor shopping mall known as the Loop can be found in Kissimmee. Browse branded products inside over 70 stores within the complex, and watch a movie inside the multiplex cinema afterwards. Golfing is pretty big in this city, which blends a concrete landscape with natural parks and numerous golf courses.
SeaWorld Orlando and Universal Studios are two examples of world-famous attractions in Kissimmee. A major attraction that beguiles lovers of camping and fishing is Lake Tohopekaliga, AKA Lake Toho. This park and lake is based a short distance from the Kissimmee Air Museum and Gatorland. Want to experience indoor skydiving? Arrange a trip to iFLY Orlando.
A culinary journey awaits the people who book a holiday to Kissimmee, where a wide selection of food options are on offer. From Thai and Japanese-influenced lunches to Greek and Italian dinners, the city is a haven for food connoisseurs.
Based on TripAdvisor ratings, the best restaurants in Kissimmee are Savion's Place, El Tenampa Mexican Restaurant, and the Old Hickory Steakhouse. Alternatively, watch a show as you eat.
You will struggle to hold back the laughter at the Outta Control Magic Comedy Dinner Show and Capone's Dinner Show. If you are fascinated by the medieval way of life, feast in the company of knights at the Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament.
With SeaWorld Orlando just a drive from the city's hotels and attractions, families with kids will have a blast holidaying in this fascinating metropolis. The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Walt Disney World Resort are equally as popular among groups of relatives.
An airboat ride is the ultimate experience for families on holiday in Kissimmee. When you are airborne, these swamp tours will see you gliding through natural environments, including marshes, rivers and lakes.
Educate your children about the American military by visiting The Museum of Military History, and capture their attention by spending an afternoon at the Chocolate Kingdom. The Crayola Experience is another one to add to the list if you book holidays in Kissimmee with kids.
Unlike most hectic cities, this one is special in the sense that it offers a good balance between nature and urbanisation. Shingle Creek Regional Trail (SCRT) is a cycling trail that extends for 32 miles. It was completed in 2016 and weaves through some of Florida's less developed areas. Before your cycling adventure, why not take a swing at Kissimmee Golf Club? This is one of three main golf clubs in the area.
A Segway tour offers a fast way to cover ground when you’re on holiday in Kissimmee. Or, discover ‘Orlando’s Most Thrilling TreeTop Experience’ at Orlando Tree Trek Adventure Park. Also worth checking out is K1 Speed Indoor Karting, Kissimmee Ghost Tours, and Escapology, which is a challenging experience that requires knowledge and teamwork.
Something that this holiday destination in Florida lacks is a main beach. A 90-minute drive from Kissimmee will take you to the Gulf Coast. Perfect for a seaside break, this coastal region is home to long expanses of white sand and blue waters.
Don't fancy a day at the beach? Pack a picnic and roll out a towel on the grass at one of the city's public parks. They include Kissimmee Lakefront Park and Scotty's Landing, where canoes can be launched and fitness fanatics can use the exercise trail.
Festivals, events and dinner shows are always taking place around Kissimmee. Live theatre performances are very popular in the greater Orlando area, so make sure you reserve your seat at the Osceola Arts venue to capture comedy, dance, and other types of entertainment with a front row seat.
Cirque Du Soleil La Nouba is a must for anyone who goes on holiday to Kissimmee, as is an evening at Icebar Orlando or the House of Blues. Comedy clubs, salsa dancing venues, and lounges are scattered around the city, too.
Loved up travellers will have just as much fun visiting the major attractions as families. Visit them personally or look down on them from the sky as you ride in a hot air balloon. Head to the Twin Oaks Conservation Area for a romantic sunset, but not before unwinding with your partner in one of the spas around Kissimmee. The Docks at Shingle Creek is the to-go place for paddle board, kayak and canoe rental.
If you’ve ever been on a trip to the United States, you can expect Florida's culture to be very similar to that of the UK. As a city with a coastal position, it’s not surprising that the culture is heavily influenced by the environment. Florida is a 'New Spain state' and therefore you will notice Puerto Rican and Cuban influences when spending time in this territory. It’s worth visiting one of the history and arts museums during your holiday to Kissimmee, as this will give you a better insight into the city's heritage, from past to present.