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Orlando Holidays

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Awesome Orlando holidays 2020

Orlando packs in more thrills and spills than almost anywhere on the planet. The ‘Theme Park Capital of the World’ is home to world-famous attractions like Disney World and Universal Studios Orlando Resort plus a host of others, including Legoland. 

Right in the heart of the sunshine state of Florida, Orlando also boasts warm temperatures all year round. And, as well as the celebrated theme parks, you’ll also find great shopping and dining, including plenty of family-friendly options. Orlando also offers all kinds of amenities for outdoor activities, from world-class golf courses to exhilarating hot air balloon rides, providing absolutely everything you could wish for on your holiday.

Orlando is great for:

  • All inclusive holidays - Orlando package deals are popular as most families will want to enjoy the full scope of entertainment Orlando offers throughout the day, without having to worry about where to dine.
  • Family holidays - Orlando offers more theme parks than you could ever wish for and is truly magical for children. All ages will find fun here, from the huge roller coasters at Universal, to the Disney princess that inhabit Magic Kingdom - this is truly the holiday of a lifetime. 
  • Last minute holidays - unsure where to go for your summer holiday and time is ticking? All is not lost - book a trip to Orlando and be sure of sunshine, fun and a great hotel!

Why book Orlando holidays

The best theme parks

Spend days on end at Disney World and Universal Orlando

Fun water parks

Take the kids to SeaWorld® Orlando and LEGOLAND Water Park

Family-friendly attractions

Enjoy plenty of theme parks & loads of child-friendly restaurants

Top attractions to visit

Kennedy Space Center, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Legoland, Everglades

Fab shopping scene

Great for outlet shopping and huge malls alike

Stay active

Go kayaking, hike through the nature parks & go on an airboat

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Things to do in Orlando

Things to do in Orlando

Orlando’s main attractions are undoubtedly its theme parks, which attract a whopping 60 million visitors annually. Walt Disney World, which opened in 1971, remains the most popular of the theme parks, closely followed by Universal Studios Orlando Resort. Then there is the amazing Kennedy Space Center, which brings space travel to life, and all the colour and fun of Legoland. As well as the theme parks, you can also experience the wonders of the swampy Everglades – perhaps canoeing or even taking an airboat along the waterways – or head to the coast, and the fabulous Florida beaches (about 1 to 2 hours away by car). There are facilities for every kind of sport and outdoor activity – golf, tennis, hiking, biking and much more – and Orlando is also a shopping mecca, with scores of malls and designer outlets to choose from. Plus, culture vultures will enjoy the city’s fine array of art museums and galleries, which include the Orlando Museum of Art and the Mennello Museum of American Art.

Orlando beaches

Orlando beaches

Land-locked Orlando has plenty of lakes where you can cool off, but you’ll need to drive an hour or two to hit one of Florida’s mythical beaches.  The most accessible is Cocoa Beach, about an hour away by car, which is a lovely swathe of white sand with plenty of facilities. Daytona Beach, just over an hour’s drive away, makes for a great day trip, with theme parks, race tracks, lighthouses and plenty more to keep kids of all ages and interests amused. New Smyrna Beach (70 minutes in the car) is a surfer’s paradise, while charming Flagler Beach (also a 70-minute drive) has beachfront wineries, a century-old pier, and lots of great restaurants and bars.

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Most popular Orlando hotels

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Baymont Inn and Suites Orlando Universal
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Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando
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Orlando weather

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Your Orlando questions answered

Is Orlando expensive to visit?

Orlando can get quite pricey if you’re hoping to visit all the theme parks and other attractions. But with some planning, you can easily manage your expectations and funds.

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