Planning Your Trip to Orlando, Florida

Despite it now being one of the most popular and easily accessible tourist areas in the world, many list Orlando in Florida as their dream holiday destination. While it obviously costs more to get there than a holiday in Europe would, the simple fact is that a trip of a Lifetime to Orlando is still a high priority for many.

One of the big selling points that there is just so much to see and do, and for this reason 21 day holidays have now overtaken 14 days in popularity. It’s hard to know where to start when it comes to listing the great tourist attractions that exist in Orlando, but the biggie is obviously Disney but don’t make the mistake of spending all your time there. Yes, it is magical, but there is so much more to see that you will miss out.

SeaWorld is billed as the place where the worlds of land and water connect. Never make the mistake of thinking that this is just another aquarium like attraction, SeaWorld is the size of a small town and as well as the customary animals on display there are rides, exhibitions, special events, numerous restaurants serving international cuisine and numerous shopping outlets. SeaWorld tickets are best purchased online and in advance, and look out for special offers.

Orlando aficionados, when asked where they should visit in Orlando, tend to rate the Universal Studios resort as THE place to go. The problem with an attraction as this is when you try to list everything that is available you end up with something resembling a phone book!  From thrilling rides to dinner with a show, Universal is somewhere to experience, not just to visit.

As with SeaWorld, Universal Tickets are widely available online and there are some great deals to be had. As your travel agent when booking the trip if they have any special offers, or compare the prices on the internet both on the dedicate websites and also the sales sight. A big chunk of spending money is taken up on trips such as these, so be canny and get your tickets in advance.