Orlando Florida Destination Guides
We’d like to think Orlando Florida Holiday was jam packed with everything you need to know for planning a holiday to Orlando, but sometimes it can be useful to get other perspectives.
Several airlines and travel agents have put together comprehensive Orlando and Florida destination guides which offer alternative perspectives on the sunshine state to the one we do. You can never have enough information when booking a transatlantic holiday so we encourage you to check out these guides. This of this article as a guide to the guides!
BA have put together a collection of guides to help all sorts of travellers. Whether you’re after a short Florida city break, a longer family holidays to Florida, a Floridian beach holiday, a golfing holiday to Tampa and the Gulf Coast, or an all out luxury holiday to Tampa and the Gulf Coast, there’s a guide to suit you.
The guide covers what sort of accommodation you can stay in, prices of hassle-free package holidays, prices of car hire, as well as (as you would expect) comprehensive information about British Airways flights to Florida. You’ll even find a list of top places you should visit when travelling to Florida, such as swimming with dolphins!
The guide from Directline Holidays is very comprehensive and is packed full of handy hints and useful tips. Together with an explanation of what to expect when you arrive in Orlando, they’ve put together a list of top attractions many visitors visit during their holiday. Expect the main theme park attractions but there’s a few other suggestions for when you’re exhausted!
James Villa Holidays
A villa holiday can be a very different break away than a hotel break, as it offers you and your family to do what you want, when you want and however you want. Recognising that there are loads of different types of holidaymaker than head to Orlando each year, the James Villa Holidays Orlando guide caters for every type of traveller. It’s full of information about the theme parks for families and adrenaline junkies, information about shopping for couples who like to splash some cash, information about the local cuisine for those who enjoy American sized portions (who doesn’t?!) as well as ideas on how to fill your evening with entertaining options.
Low Cost Holidays
Low Cost Holidays have produced one of the better ranges of destination guide as it covers all types of holiday within the sunshine state. If you are jetting off on a family adventure to the land of the Mouse, perhaps escaping with your partner for a week of letting your hair down, or if you’re looking for a holiday in Orlando avoiding the main theme parks, then there’s a destination travel guide here for you. Each guide covers the main activities you should consider on your preferred type of holiday, together with what night-life is available. A selection of hotel recommendations for each type of traveller help you put together your ideal holiday.
Monarch Airlines / Cosmos
Monarch and Cosmos (both part of the Monarch Group) both have a really comprehensive areas dedicated to the topic of Orlando flights and Orlando holidays. They cover the basic aspects such as weather and local customers right through to top suggestions on where to visit in Orlando and what to do.
Together with live deals, they offer plenty of inspiration on when to travel and where to stay whilst you’re out there.
If you’re looking to book budget transatlantic flights separately to your accommodation then check out the Monarch Orlando destination guide but if you’re looking to book a package holiday then check out the Cosmos Orlando destination guide.
Skyscanner don’t just compare the prices of flights to Orlando as they also seem to be a dab hand at writing comprehensive travel guides too! Whilst the main focus of their travel guide is to get you to compare flights from UK airports to Orlando and Florida, they also have a comprehensive section of what to expect when you visit Orlando, together with key things to do whilst you’re out there.
They offer guides for Orlando as well as other key destinations within the state of Florida.
Virgin Atlantic offers more of a single Orlando travel guide than travel guides as it’s a key destination they fly to. It’s packed with handy hints and tips, together with a few unique suggestions on how to spend your time in Orlando. Rather than focussing solely on the major theme parks Virgin Atlantic also make a couple of other suggestions of attractions to visit outside the Orlando area.
Virgin Atlantic also have a travel guide for Miami (as they fly there too) showcasing a range of possible excursions and activities you can try out in this party town.
Virgin Holidays pride themselves on being the Orlando experts and it shows through the quality of their destination guides. They cover all the key regions of the Orlando area in Florida including International Drive, Walt Disney World Resort, Kissimmee, Lake Buena Vista together with hotels nestled around theme parks including Seaworld Orlando and Universal Orlando Resort. Whilst each guide is focussed heavily on the hotels in each region, there’s also plenty of information available on each area together with some really practical information.