Whether you’ve just booked your Orlando holiday tour or you are just making travel plans about an Orlando holiday, you have to pre-plan how you will spend your holiday while there before you travel. There is so much to do in Orlando, its best to make a list of the best things to do in Orlando that will make sure you have the time of your life. If you’re looking to get away from the cold and snow, then Orlando is one of the best places to visit. Weather will be temperate, never really getting beyond light sweater weather, and it will be consistently comfortable indoors and out. Orlando also tends to be more popular during the summer and late fall, so January through the end of March is actually a really good time to visit.
- Walt Disney World: There’s no other city in the United States – the world, even – that celebrates childhood quite like Orlando, Florida does. No trip to Orlando is complete without a trip to Walt Disney World. While there, explore Disney’s four theme parks and meet your favourite Disney childhood characters along the way! While in Disney make sure to sample all the exciting rides, catch a show, watch a parade and take in one of the incredible fireworks displays.
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- Kennedy Space Centre: Walk in the footsteps of America’s space pioneers on the grounds of the Kennedy Space Center. Treat your children, and your inner child, and meet some astronauts at Kennedy Space Centre on Florida’s east coast, under an hour’s drive east from International Drive. Get a tour of a control room, get in a rocket launch simulator and feel what it’s like to be propelled into the stars, or even watch an actual rocket launch. Enjoy access to an awesome array of exhibits showcasing NASA’s achievements. Try out the Shuttle Launch Experience to feel what an astronaut would go through while riding the storied Space Shuttle through lift off.
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- Shopping: While in Orlando, you must take advantage of Orlando’s many malls and outlets and grab a few bargains. Bring a spare tote or two in your luggage and shop for something a bit more sophisticated than mouse ears. Orlando is home to two major shopping malls, the upscale Mall at the Milennia with its roster of luxury brands (including Burberry, Gucci, Jimmy Choo) and The Florida Mall (home to Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, and 250 other stores and restaurants). A trip to the Florida Mall is a must! Here you can find stores such as Apple, Zara, Macy’s, M&M’s World and Disney.
- Harry P. Leu Gardens: Harried tourists often overlook botanical gardens but in Orlando it’s a shame to pass up the 50-acre Harry P. Leu Gardens. They house more than 1,000 rose bushes (in season from April to January) and the largest collection of camellias in North America (in bloom November through March). Located on Lake Ivanhoe near downtown, the gardens also have a citrus grove and a butterfly garden.
- Sea World: Sea World Orlando is a marine life-based theme park that offers attractions, rides, tours and shows for animal-lovers and thrill seekers alike. Consisting of three parks, namely Sea World, Discovery Cove and Aquatica, the zoological park provides plenty of fun for the whole family. Enjoy an intimate, once-in-a-lifetime experience and swim with white beluga whales. Touch and communicate with these highly sociable animals under the guidance of personal animal trainers as you connect with one of the Arctic’s most fascinating creatures.
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While this Florida city is chiefly known as the home to the most famous amusement parks in the world, there are plenty of things to do in Orlando even if you don’t fancy amusement park. Book your Orlando Tours now at : www.travango.co.uk/social