Getaway from Gatwick: Making the Most of Orlando Attractions

Whether you’re planning a summer stint in the States with your sprogs, or are looking to get away a little later in the year over Halloween, or maybe even the festive season 2018, it is never too early to start planning your Orlando Adventures.

First and foremost, be sure to take the stress out of your sojourn by booking budget Gatwick hotels online, for the night before you fly. Rather than waking up at the crack of dawn, trudging the children to the airport and hoping that you’ve remembered to pack all of your essentials, get your suitcase sorted in advance and relax the night before you travel in one of the low cost Gatwick hotels available.

Disney World Fireworks

It is vital to create a detailed agenda of you hope to spend your time in Orlando. With so much to do, and a limited amount of time, jotting down a draft of your ideal itinerary will help focus your attention on how to make the most out of the wealth of attractions available to you.

Visiting a number of parks can quickly become expensive. Do not be tempted to purchase individual tickets for each day out, or theme park. While the Walt Disney World Resort Florida has four parks and two waterparks on offer, most other days out are simply a single park with various zones. It is worth bearing this in mind when calculating the cost of your excursions and the time you need to spend on each.

Currently, Disney World Resort passes are available on a two weeks for the price of one offer, giving all visitors unlimited access to all parks and areas within the resort for a fortnight. It is worth catching this offer while you can, whether you book online or through your chosen holiday company.

When it comes to exploring the remaining parks in Florida, consider purchasing an Orlando FlexTicket Plus. At just a fraction of the cost of individual park tickets, the FlexTicket Plus pass gives you unlimited 14 day access to parks including Universal Studios, Universal’s Islands of Adventure, SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica, Wet ‘n Wild, and Universal’s City Walk.

In addition, entry into Busch Gardens at Tampa is also included. Those who choose not to hire a car to get around Orlando can opt to use the free shuttle service, running from the Universal Resort to Tampa Bay each day.

Although a two week Disney World ticket and Orlando FlexTicket will easily fully fill your fortnight in Florida, do consider spreading your winds a little off the beaten track and exploring some of Orlando’s lesser known parks. LEGOLAND Florida is new to the area as of 2012, while Gatorland, the John F. Kennedy Space Center and the Orlando Shakespeare Theater are three long-lasting and much loved alternative options to the big parks.

Start making family memories today, and plan your two week itinerary for your Florida getaway. Don’t forget to look online at Gatwick hotels to ensure your family trip of a lifetime gets off to the smoothest start possible.

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