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Orlando holidays

Jurassic Park at Islands of Adventure

Most people come to Orlando for the theme parks – fabulous works of fantasy, whimsy, energy and architecture, with breathtaking rides, superb shows and a total sense of entertainment.

But there is also a lot more to this part of the Sunshine State than theme parks. There is a whole raft of supporting, smaller-scale attractions, from water parks and haunted houses to tranquil gardens and natural wonders. You could spend two weeks just doing nature trails and airboat rides, balloon trips and eco-safaris, and the local museums and art centres. The area also boasts world class golf, fishing, water-sports and shopping. Bring an empty suitcase or you could be seriously over your baggage allowance on the return flight!

And then there is the nightlife a wonderful array of bars, clubs, discos and restaurants, plus the dinner show phenomenon, of which Orlando boasts nearly a dozen varieties.

It all adds up to a mind-boggling panorama of holiday choice, so it’s important to plan your holiday in order to get the best out of it. You’ll find plenty of planning tips on our Planning Your Holiday page and, of course, heaps more information in our Brit Guide to Orlando. Plus, Simon and Susan can offer you a itinerary planner for your holiday through our Itinerary Planning Service.

When to go

You'll find the information you need in the latest edition of a Brit Guide to Orlando. Or you can buy a Touring Plan that will give you a specific run-down on the best days to go.

 

Planning your holiday