Orlando Holiday Deals

The cardinal purpose for a holiday to the ‘theme park capital of the world’ is of course the rides. Golfers are in good company as the flat lowlands of Florida’s Sun Belt are well shaped for courses, we lost count at the 150 mark. But in order to discover the real Orlando, you'll need to lose the crowds.

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Families with young children cram as many superhero rides, Harry Potter Worlds and choreographed natural disasters in as humanly possible. But spend some time away from Walt Disney’s surreal vision to discover the real Orlando. There are tranquil neighbourhoods whose hiking and biking trails lead onto peaceful nature reserves and lakes. There’s also a not too shabby museum and performing arts scene, stoked by residents of the largest university campus of the United States. Not to mention much needed down time away from the mad, adrenaline pumped crowds of the adventure parks.

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3 Star Orlando hotels



The perfect holiday destination for those travelling with children, a holiday to Orlando is within closer reach than you may think. Travelbag offers an extensive and excellent value selection of 3 star hotels to ensure you get the most from this fun-filled destination without exceeding your budget.

4 Star Orlando hotels



Treat yourself to a memorable Orlando holiday with a stay in one of Travelbag’s specially selected 4 star hotels. Travelbag offers only the best quality accommodation at competitive rates to ensure your Orlando holiday is one the entire family can enjoy and never forget.

5 Star Orlando hotels



Indulge yourself on a dream Orlando holiday with a luxurious stay in a marvellous 5 star hotel. Travelbag offers an excellent selection of lavish 5 star resorts offering the highest standards of quality, service and facilities to ensure you experience the Orlando holiday you will never forget.

Best Time to Travel

Orlando has a humid subtropical climate with two seasons; the hot and rainy (May – September) and the cold and dry (October – April). As far as theme parks go, avoid school holidays. You have been warned. October is a good time to visit when said crowds have returned home and there's less rain closer to November. Thunderstorms are common in the late afternoon during the hot and rainy season but most of the day is clear and sunny. January and April is also a good time to visit when Christmas prices slump. If you're in Disney World for the humid time of the year, book air conditioned shows for the middle of the day.

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Essential Information

Walt Disney World

There’s the classics like Big Thunder Mountain Railroad and Splash Mountain and Pixar movie inspired rides like Toy Story Midway Mania! Planning and provisions are essential to a successful theme park visit, especially if you are brave enough to visit during peak season. Arrange hotels well in advance and hone in on those that offer kids eat for free arrangements or discounts on the rides that have made your definite list. Equip yourself with queue rations, refillable water bottles and a lightweight bag/bum bag. Shop around for your tickets as retailers often offer discounts and all-inclusive deals that are much better value than buying direct. There’s also a knack to timing and price. Accommodation costs soar during school holidays and seasonal breaks so check the calendar.

Reserves and Preserves

Orlando is largely flat lowland and has a network of hundreds of lakes, once surrounded by wetlands and swamps. These days you can find leafy suburban walks lined by an increasing amount of cycle lanes, like the West Orange Trail that skirts along the eastern bank of Lake Apopka. Alternatively, swap the traffic entirely for two and a half miles of cabbage palms and cypresses in Spring Hammock Preserve or canoe down the headwaters of Everglades – Shingle Creek Regional Park. Birds you might see in Orlando’s wetland areas include purple gallinules, bald eagles, great blue herons and the red-bellied woodpecker. Then there’s the alligators... Orlando’s water parks would like to think they offer decent wildlife viewing but it simply doesn’t compare to seeing species in their natural habitat.

Little Known Downtown

Downtown Orlando is by in large overlooked but has lots to offer and is a welcome break from the theme park hordes. There’s the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art that has the world’s most comprehensive collection of Tiffany glass – jewelry, pottery, paintings, art glass, leaded-glass lamps and windows, go if you have a spare hour. Quench your tropics induced thirst at the Orlando Brewing Company (we like the American Pale Ale), there’s tours from Monday to Saturday and live music on Friday and Saturday nights. Or, recover from ride induced whiplash at a world class spa like Fodors.

Why Travelbag?

Booking your cheap 2018/2019 holidays to Orlando is easy with Travelbag. We offer a range of different ways to book your dream vacation:

Follow the quick and easy online steps to book your holiday through Travelbag’s online search tool. We are fully insured with ABTA and provide a safe and secure online booking system.

Alternatively call our experts on 0871 703 4707. Our travel agents are highly trained, and are available seven days a week.

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