Set in central Florida, Orlando serves as a family-friendly location due to its vast collection of theme parks including Walt Disney World, Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Universal Studios Orlando and the Island of Adventure.
Booking your holiday to Orlando will fill your days and nights with endless entertainment, so whether you’re going with family or friends, or even on a honeymoon, you can be rest assured that you won’t run out of things to do!
Walt Disney World is split into 4 different parks, Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom. There are also 2 water parks, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park and Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park.
Orlando International Drive Resort Area is the gateway to Orlando’s main attractions, lined with resorts and vacation homes tat are in perfect position for exploring the theme parks and nearby restaurants, shops and attractions.
Besides from the usual Disney attractions, Orlando hosts a variety of other sights for families and couples to fill up time. Gatorland is aptly named for its hundreds of alligators that call the place home. At Gatorland you can feed the alligators hot dogs and watch their trainers preform non-special effect tricks. If you’re brave enough, take the plunge on the Screamin’ Gator Zip Line, go on a night gator safari or even become a trainer for the day!
Wonderworks is an upside-down building with 35,000 sq. ft. of entertainment with 100 hands on exhibits interactive zones split into 6 different elements to challenge the mind. Discover the art of science in natural disasters, physical challenges, light and sound, space discovery, imagination lab and the far out gallery. Another education attraction is the Orlando Science Center, with exhibits of dinosaurs, the human body and solar system.
What is the currency in Orlando?
The US Dollar.
How long does it take to fly to Orlando?
Non-stop flight time from London to Orlando is around 9 hours to 10 hours
What is the time difference in Orlando?
5 Hours behind the UK
When is the best time to visit Orlando?
The busiest month in Orlando is the end of May intil the middle of August, while august to September offer better value for money.
What language is spoken in Orlando?