- Orlando All inclusive holidays
Known for its theme parks and resorts, palm trees and sunshine, Orlando is one of the busiest holiday hotspots in the US. It's the largest inland city in Florida and has one of the world's 30 busiest airports, along with two million local residents. Head to this beautiful city and you'll find yourself amongst many other Brits travelling to ride the roller coasters and see the sights, but also many domestic US travellers enjoying Orlando holidays.
Orlando on a theme
Florida's theme parks are probably the first thing many people think of when considering a vacation in the Sunshine State (often mistakenly thought to be California's nickname, but that is the Golden State). There are plenty to choose from, especially in Orlando, which is home to Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort and SeaWorld Orlando. Universal is also the location of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, and families with children of the right age might want to schedule some time there. Look out for all-inclusive deals that cover the cost of entry or get you a special price on tickets - alternatively of course, you can just use an all-inclusive holiday as a way to fix your budget in advance, so you know you have enough left to pay for entry into the theme parks while you are there.
Orlando as you like it
An unusual attraction for some holidaymakers is the theory that Orlando is named after the character from the Shakespeare play, ‘As You Like It’, and not a soldier believed to have died in 1835. There's a Rosalind Avenue in the city, which could be worth a visit for the beautiful Lake Eola Park, an oasis of open water surrounded by trees. But the landscape of the city as a whole supports this theory, as it is believed the name of Orlando was given to it in 1857 to honour its resemblance to the setting for, ‘As You Like It’, the Eden-like Forest of Arden.
What can I get on all-inclusive holidays to Orlando?
Aside from the usual food and drink, travel and accommodation, look out for specialist all-inclusive holidays in Orlando. These might cover the cost of theme park tickets as mentioned above, or may offer a stay close to one of the world-class golf courses, along with temporary membership or access to play a round during your vacation.
Why choose an all-inclusive holiday to Orlando?
With some of the world’s best theme parks and attractions, plus the Florida coast and endless hours of sunshine, the last thing you need is to be looking for a suitable restaurant. On cheap Orlando all-inclusive holidays, all your meals and drinks are pre-paid and taken care of. So all that’s left for you to do is to make the most of your trip, hitting the rollercoasters and rides of the parks, while getting a holiday tan. It really couldn’t be simpler.