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SUNSHINE STATE? SORTED

Florida is a firm favourite with families and couples alike, thanks to its sugary beaches and world-famous theme parks. But this place boasts 11 national parks, historical cities and fantastic nightlife. So, if you’re planning a trip to the Sunshine State, why not experience as much of it as possible? With our Florida multi-centre holidays, you can combine an urban adventure with a beach break, or pair family-friendly attractions with natural wonders. Or, for the ultimate getaway, you could even add on a visit to another US state.

A twin-centre holiday to Florida allows you to take in more of this sun-soaked peninsula. The classic combo of Orlando and Miami is hugely popular, as you can ride white-knuckle rollercoasters and meet all your favourite characters, before enjoying some downtime on some of the USA’s best beaches. But, if it’s white sands you’re after, Clearwater and St Petersburg should also be on your list. On Florida’s west coast, these coastal cities are brushed by the Gulf of Mexico and offer Caribbean good looks and a great food scene to boot. Or perhaps you’d prefer to focus on southern Florida, and drive from Miami to the Florida Keys? Whatever you’ve got in mind for your Florida multi-centre holiday, our travel specialists will help you plan every detail.

If you want to spread your wings, why not tick off two American states in one trip? You could spend a few days sightseeing in New York, then jet off to Orlando for theme park thrills. Or, if you’re travelling with a group of friends, a fun-filled trip to New York and Miami is a great option. Bars, shops, beach clubs, powdery sands – you name it, this trendy pair has got it. Tempted? Speak to our team today about your Florida multi-centre trip.

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Orlando & Miami

Of all our Florida multi-centre holidays, Orlando and Miami is the most popular combo – and it’s not hard to see why. If you’re looking for thrilling theme parks, first-class shopping, great nightlife and postcard-worthy beaches, these two cities have it covered. And they’re just three-and-a-half-hours apart.

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Your trip starts in Orlando, the theme park capital of the world. You can discover movie magic at Universal Orlando Resort™ and be enchanted by the wonders of Walt Disney World® Resort, where you’ll find four theme parks and two waterparks. And don’t forget to explore the city itself – Orlando is crammed with fantastic restaurants and child-friendly beaches. Or you could take a day trip to Crystal River to see wild manatees.
Next, you’ll travel on to Miami. This oh-so-cool city is famous for its pristine beaches, Art Deco architecture and lively party scene. You’ll probably spend most of your time relaxing on Miami’s talc-like beaches, or trying your hand at watersports. But there’s plenty more to see. You can browse boutiques in the Design District, get a taste of Cuban culture in Little Havana, and go bar-hopping along South Beach.

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Fort Lauderdale, Clearwater & beyond

If Miami’s not your thing, consider a multi-centre trip to Orlando and Fort Lauderdale. This Florida multi-centre holiday is great for families, as you can combine theme park fun with historical attractions. Explore Fort Lauderdale’s maze-like canals, visit The Museum of Discovery and Science, or stroll around the city’s fascinating harbour and marina.

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Alternatively, why not discover Florida’s west coast? After some time in Orlando, you could travel to St Petersburg and Clearwater – two of the sunniest cities in the USA. And the white beaches here rival those in the Caribbean. You can chill out on picture-perfect Clearwater Beach, or go for a walk along the bustling BeachWalk promenade. And make sure you visit one of St Petersburg’s craft breweries – there are so many that this area is often called the ‘Gulp Coast’.
If you fancy a real Florida adventure, though, hire a car and go an epic road trip. After a couple of days in Miami, you’ll continue on to the stunning Florida Keys. Next, you can play golf in Naples and go wildlife-watching in Fort Myers. Round off your holiday in Clearwater, before flying home from Tampa Bay.

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New York & Florida

If you’re planning an epic family holiday to the States, where better to go than New York and Orlando? Kids of all ages will love NYC, where they can see familiar places from the silver screen, like Friends and Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. From the bright lights of Times Square to leafy Central Park, there’s an endless amount of family-friendly attractions in New York. Next, you can step things up a gear for part two of your Florida multi-centre holiday, with some time in Orlando. Tots and teens alike will be amazed by the top-class theme parks. You can zoom along on exciting rollercoasters, splash about at waterparks, and look out for fairytale characters.

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Alternatively, if you’re planning a trip as a couple or with friends, book a Florida multi-centre trip to NYC and Miami. This duo is the perfect pairing, allowing you to experience a vibrant metropolis and a laidback, beachfront city. After a few days of sightseeing in New York, you can retreat to Miami’s palm-dotted sands for some well-deserved R&R. Or, make tracks for Miami’s lively beach clubs for DJs, drinks and all-day dancing.Why visit one major US city, when you could tick off two? Our multi-centre trip to New York and Las Vegas allows you to combine the Big Apple and Sin City into one incredible holiday.

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Best time to visit Florida

The best time for your Florida multi-centre holiday really depends on whereabouts you’re planning to go. Although the state is famous for its sunshine and warm climate, Florida’s temperatures vary throughout the year. It’s also worth remembering that June to November is hurricane season.

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If you’re looking to spend some time in Orlando, try to book your holiday between January and April, when temperatures are lovely and warm, but not as stifling as the summer. Crowds will be smaller, too, so you can expect shorter queues for the rides. March to May is also a lovely time to visit Clearwater, St Petersburg and Fort Myers, where temperatures hover in the mid-to-high twenties.

Further south, Miami, Fort Lauderdale and the Florida Keys are at their best between November and April. At this time of year, you can look forward to warm weather and plenty of sunshine. But from June to August, southern Florida is very hot and humid – so it’s not a great time to go if you’re travelling with young children.

If you’re planning to split your time between New York and Florida, it’s best to book your holiday for spring, as NYC’s winters are bitterly cold.

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Orlando & Miami

Orlando & Miami

Of all our Florida multi-centre holidays, Orlando and Miami is the most popular combo – and it’s not hard to see why. If you’re looking for thrilling theme parks, first-class shopping, great nightlife and postcard-worthy beaches, these two cities have it covered. And they’re just three-and-a-half-hours apart.

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Show Less

Your trip starts in Orlando, the theme park capital of the world. You can discover movie magic at Universal Orlando Resort™ and be enchanted by the wonders of Walt Disney World® Resort, where you’ll find four theme parks and two waterparks. And don’t forget to explore the city itself – Orlando is crammed with fantastic restaurants and child-friendly beaches. Or you could take a day trip to Crystal River to see wild manatees.
Next, you’ll travel on to Miami. This oh-so-cool city is famous for its pristine beaches, Art Deco architecture and lively party scene. You’ll probably spend most of your time relaxing on Miami’s talc-like beaches, or trying your hand at watersports. But there’s plenty more to see. You can browse boutiques in the Design District, get a taste of Cuban culture in Little Havana, and go bar-hopping along South Beach.

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Florida road trip

Fort Lauderdale, Clearwater & beyond

If Miami’s not your thing, consider a multi-centre trip to Orlando and Fort Lauderdale. This Florida multi-centre holiday is great for families, as you can combine theme park fun with historical attractions. Explore Fort Lauderdale’s maze-like canals, visit The Museum of Discovery and Science, or stroll around the city’s fascinating harbour and marina.

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Show Less

Alternatively, why not discover Florida’s west coast? After some time in Orlando, you could travel to St Petersburg and Clearwater – two of the sunniest cities in the USA. And the white beaches here rival those in the Caribbean. You can chill out on picture-perfect Clearwater Beach, or go for a walk along the bustling BeachWalk promenade. And make sure you visit one of St Petersburg’s craft breweries – there are so many that this area is often called the ‘Gulp Coast’.
If you fancy a real Florida adventure, though, hire a car and go an epic road trip. After a couple of days in Miami, you’ll continue on to the stunning Florida Keys. Next, you can play golf in Naples and go wildlife-watching in Fort Myers. Round off your holiday in Clearwater, before flying home from Tampa Bay.

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NYC & Florida

New York & Florida

If you’re planning an epic family holiday to the States, where better to go than New York and Orlando? Kids of all ages will love NYC, where they can see familiar places from the silver screen, like Friends and Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. From the bright lights of Times Square to leafy Central Park, there’s an endless amount of family-friendly attractions in New York. Next, you can step things up a gear for part two of your Florida multi-centre holiday, with some time in Orlando. Tots and teens alike will be amazed by the top-class theme parks. You can zoom along on exciting rollercoasters, splash about at waterparks, and look out for fairytale characters.

Show More
Show Less

Alternatively, if you’re planning a trip as a couple or with friends, book a Florida multi-centre trip to NYC and Miami. This duo is the perfect pairing, allowing you to experience a vibrant metropolis and a laidback, beachfront city. After a few days of sightseeing in New York, you can retreat to Miami’s palm-dotted sands for some well-deserved R&R. Or, make tracks for Miami’s lively beach clubs for DJs, drinks and all-day dancing.Why visit one major US city, when you could tick off two? Our multi-centre trip to New York and Las Vegas allows you to combine the Big Apple and Sin City into one incredible holiday.

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Best time to go

Best time to visit Florida

The best time for your Florida multi-centre holiday really depends on whereabouts you’re planning to go. Although the state is famous for its sunshine and warm climate, Florida’s temperatures vary throughout the year. It’s also worth remembering that June to November is hurricane season.

Show More
Show Less

If you’re looking to spend some time in Orlando, try to book your holiday between January and April, when temperatures are lovely and warm, but not as stifling as the summer. Crowds will be smaller, too, so you can expect shorter queues for the rides. March to May is also a lovely time to visit Clearwater, St Petersburg and Fort Myers, where temperatures hover in the mid-to-high twenties.

Further south, Miami, Fort Lauderdale and the Florida Keys are at their best between November and April. At this time of year, you can look forward to warm weather and plenty of sunshine. But from June to August, southern Florida is very hot and humid – so it’s not a great time to go if you’re travelling with young children.

If you’re planning to split your time between New York and Florida, it’s best to book your holiday for spring, as NYC’s winters are bitterly cold.

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