Planning a family holiday can be surprisingly difficult. The family is a hodgepodge of different members all representing different generations, with different interests and different desires from a holiday, keeping everybody from youngest child to oldest great uncle can be a big challenge. Orlando is a blessing for family holidays; it is a tourist hotspot with such a wide range of parks and activities custom designed to appeal to everybody in the family in some way.

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Whether its fairy tales for kids, thrill rides for teenagers, romantic relaxation for adults or fascinating education for grandparents, Orlando has all the parks, attractions and venues to satisfy your needs. Attractions for every generation include;

- For Kids: Legoland Florida

Lego is one of the most popular and imaginative toys in the world for children. There’s nothing better for firing their imaginations than exploring the incredible worlds built by Lego professionals around the Legoland Park.

- For Teenagers: Universal Studios

Take the teens somewhere cool; Universal Studios has attractions based on all their favourite movies and thrilling rides to fuel their adrenaline. Universal Studios is another park to fire up young people’s imaginations, as they interact with the best scenes and characters from stage and screen.

- For Adults: Restaurants of Downtown Orlando

After all the excitement of parks and rides, parents want a little time to themselves. On the banks of Lake Eola, you can find a range of sophisticated restaurants, where you can sit out eating under cool Florida evening setting sun. Downtown Orlando is also noted for its range of cultural attractions, including music gigs, theatres and regular festivals.

- For Grandparents: Cape Canaveral

To suit the Grandparents desire for educational tourism, don’t bother with a stuffy museum, take the family to the actual home of NASA and maybe even witness a rocket blasting off into space. Cape Canaveral is educational for the whole family, whilst having the excitement of real space exploration.

For details on how to book and arrange travel to each of these attractions, visit the Travelup Reviews website. Travelup Reviews provide everything you need to know about Orlando and surrounding Florida to make sure you don’t miss anything when planning your trip. It is simple then, to also book your flights and accommodation, choosing from the wide range of excellent deals, on the main Travelup website.


Florida is the location of the most visited city in America, with more than 51 million visitors a year.  The city is Orlando and it is sometimes called the ‘theme park capital of the world’ and for good reason.  The city of Orlando has more entertainment attractions and theme parks than anywhere else in the world and, consequently, tourism is the area’s foremost economy.

TravelupThe most famous theme park attraction is, of course, Walt Disney World and the decision to build it near Orlando in 1965 was a real shot in the arm for the local economy.  Originally Walt Disney had looked at sites in both Tampa and Miami, but finally settled on Orlando because its inland location made it less susceptible to hurricane damage.  Walt Disney World is located some 21 miles southwest of downtown Orlando.  The backbone of Orlando is International Drive which houses a good number of the major attractions as well as numerous hotels.

The Universal Orlando Resort is also a well-known attraction and it consists of two parks – Universal Studios Florida and Islands of Adventure. Other Orlando attractions include the Wet ‘n’ Wild Water Park, Sea World and Gatorland.

Orlando is the perfect base for exploring all the many theme parks that have been built in and around the city and one place that is well worthy of a visit is Discovery Cove where you can get to swim with dolphins.  As well as the nearby theme parks and attractions, there are many further attractions just a short drive away.  The John F Kennedy Space Center is one such attraction that should not be missed, and it must have been especially impressive during the time that the Space Shuttle was being launched.

Orlando’s climate varies from hot and rainy through the summer months to dry and cooler through the winter.   The climate is aided by the Gulf Stream flowing around the peninsula of Florida.  Hurricanes do occur in Orlando, but they are considerably much weaker than in coastal areas with the city being 42 miles inland from the Atlantic Ocean and 77 miles inland from the Gulf of Mexico.

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