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When you think of holidays to Orlando, you will think of fun, colour and vibrancy; in fact its nickname is ‘Theme Park Capital of the World.’ Though it is also known as ‘City Beautiful’, due to the flawless landscaped gardens, golf courses, fountains and beautiful downtown architecture and beaches.
Fun for all the family, Orlando offers a dazzling array of theme parks, attractions, leisure activities and sparkling nightlife to keep everyone entertained from the moment they arrive until the day they leave.
But Orlando has so much more to offer other than theme parks, from golfing, fine dining, water sports, theatre shows, shopping boutiques and amazing themed restaurants, Orlando is a fun, fresh whirl on the senses where no two days are ever the same.
The Walt Disney World Resort and the Universal Orlando Resort are two of the most popular theme parks in Orlando, and attract millions of visitors. Attractions include: Universal Studios, SeaWorld, Wet ‘n’ Wild and the world famous Discovery Cove, a beautiful Oasis where you can watch wildlife in their natural habitat and swim with dolphins.
Located 21 miles from downtown Orlando, the Walt Disney World Resort is the largest theme park. It’s that big that often a day pass is not enough - opt for a two day family pass and soak up the vibrancy and pace that the world of Disney has to offer. Just don’t forget to bring your camera! There is a huge range of themed cafes and restaurants offering fantastic cuisine from fine dining to kids’ choices. However, there are also open parks where you can bring your own coolers and sandwiches for a more chilled day out among your favourite Disney characters.
Alternatively, check out the world famous Discovery Cove, which is a beautiful open wildlife sanctuary where you can swim with dolphins, snorkel amongst hundreds of beautiful exotic fish, watch stingrays and even hand feed tropical and endangered birds in the open air aviary. With a choice of options including all inclusive day packages, complete with lunch and drinks, or signature packages allowing you to pick and choose the areas you would most like to visit, Discovery Cove is a once in a lifetime experience you really must visit. With a fantastic learning centre, you can learn all about the beautiful exotic creatures that live on Earth and the people who are protecting the most endangered species.
Orlando is not just about theme parks and rollercoasters, however. World famous for its beautiful landscaped golf courses, the city has fast become a golfer’s dream. Whatever stage you play at, from amateur to professional, there is a game and a golf course for you; with a huge choice of golf clubs, lodges and hotel golfing parks, you really will be spoiled for choice. Grab a group together and book a package, complete with golf carts and a lunch, or go solo for some chilled personal time after a busy day of sightseeing.
Orlando is also a fantastic shopping destination.
There are cavernous shopping malls where a whole day can be spent enjoying fantastic retail outlets, independent designer boutiques and grabbing a bite to eat at one of the many cafes, bars and restaurants along the top deck. And the evenings are not dull either. Famous for its eclectic and fast paced nightlife, Orlando is home to a staggering array of entertainment: theatre and cabaret shows, buzzing nightclubs, chilled hotel bars and cocktail lounges, and a range of restaurants catering for all tastes and budgets are on hand to complete the experience.
The glorious weather is a big attraction for Orlando holidays - the sunny days are great for taking some time out, relaxing by the pool and soaking up some rays. Throw in a cocktail or two and unwind with a book. There is simply nowhere else like it on Earth. Orlando holidays have enough entertainment and fun to fill a few visits but if you would like to combine it with another destination in Florida or elsewhere in the USA, we have great deals available on multi centre Orlando holidays.
Orlando has a sub-tropical warm and humid climate, which maintains relatively consistent warm temperatures all year, averaging at around 22.5ºC. Theme parks, swimming pools, beaches and tourist facilities remain open for the entire year.
Orlando has two separate seasons, which are very hot and very dry.
Spring is usually the busiest time for tourists, with warm, dry temperatures and low humidity. Summer is also a great time to visit, if you can withstand the higher temperatures averaging at 30ºC - Orlando also experiences higher rainfall, humidity and thunderstorms over this period. It can also suffer intermittently from hurricanes, with peak season usually being around August. The winter has an average temperature of 20ºC and is usually dry and warm.
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Where else in the world can you venture deep into space, journey to the lost underwater land of Atlantis, go wild on safari, get your kicks on a thrilling rollercoaster, meet the Simpsons and star in your own movie without ever leaving the city?
An Orlando holiday is an extraordinary adventure that will enchant the entire family, its multitude of world-famous theme parks guaranteed to leave adults and children alike grinning from ear-to-ear.
Enchanting, exciting and exhilarating, book a holiday to the ‘Theme Park Capital of the World’ to discover the magic that awaits you at Walt Disney World, Universal Studios and SeaWorld, among many others.
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An unforgettable adventure to some of the best, iconic theme parks on the planet, an Orlando holiday is a great trip for families. Generally nice and hot, loose clothes are key to walking around in comfort and while there are plenty of malls, you might be short on time to do some shopping!
The most popular time to go is summer, and with full days taken up outside at waterparks, Disney and the like it is integral that suncream is taken because you wouldn’t want to lose a day to sunburn. A hat and after sun is also important.
Aside from this, swimwear is a must for cooling off in the evenings or a trip to Typhoon Lagoon. Try to pack light clothing because if it isn’t intensely hot then you might want a couple of extra layers. If you are going off-season, in the winter, then heavier jackets are probably going to be necessary. A mixture of long-sleeved and short-sleeved clothing is the best way to pack for Orlando.
In the evenings, jeans will be useful and a jacket with the malls and restaurants being heavily air-conditioned. Boots and leggings are common in the winter while in the wetter summer months you will need a poncho to hand.
Comfortable shoes will be needed during the day, along with comfortable socks but don’t forget to carry flip flops as well. A backpack can be useful for carrying supplies in theme parks but be sure not to pack them too full.
Within the “Sunshine State” of Florida, it is no surprise that Orlando has a good temperature all the time. There are a number of factors for deciding when to go to the major city; namely, the best time to walk around the theme parks.
Autumn and winter is often the best time to take a vacation to Orlando. September and October have less humid, but still warm conditions and you don’t
get the crowds because children are back at school. In November, the weather can still be very nice but there are winter breaks in the USA. The festive period gets a rise in travel and, although it is a little chillier as the New Year starts, the low crowds following the turn of a year can be an enticing proposition.
Spring and summer are obviously the peak times. The place will be heaving with tourists for the most of it and the June through August months are the worst for crowds and humidity. Try to hit the theme parks as early as possible in this scenario.
Hurricane season is June to November, August through October are known to be the worst.
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