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.


Whilst Orlando is best known as the home of theme parks and other family-orientated attractions, it also houses a fantastic selection of flea markets, where you can find all kinds of treasures, or simply stroll around and soak up the atmosphere. In this article, the experts working for Travelup discuss some of the best markets in Orlando.

One of the United States’ largest markets can be found in this city, and is aptly named ‘Flea World’. This is situated on Highway 17 and opens every weekend, from Friday morning until Sunday evening. Both tourists and local residents love to shop at this market, which houses approximately 1700 stalls. The market has both indoor and outdoor sections, and the former is air-conditioned during the blisteringly hot summer months. Although you can find almost anything you want to buy here, Flea World is a lot more than merely a market, Travelup explains – it contains an entertainment pavilion, with acrobatic and magic shows, circus acts and performances by dancers and musicians. These shows are also entirely free, and so even if you’re on a tight budget, it’s worth visiting this amazing market. In addition to this, there are funfair rides, go karts, a miniature golf course and a games arcade here.

TravelupAnother hugely popular spot is the Maingate Flea Market – this is located quite close to Disney World, and contains about four hundred stalls. The food sold here is excellent, with plenty of delicious ethnic cuisine which you can sample as you browse the jewellery, clothing and furniture stalls. This market is open seven days a week, Travelup add, from early in the morning until late in the evening.  Orlando’s other daily market is the 192 Flea Market, located in the area of Kissimmee. For those looking for reasonably priced souvenirs, this is the perfect place to visit.

Not too far away from here, you’ll come across the Osceola Flea & Farmers Market. As the name suggests, you can find fresh, locally grown produce here, as well as an abundance of antiques, clothes, crafts and jewellery. Even if you’re not in the mood for shopping, take a stroll around this market, and enjoy the rainbow-coloured displays of fruit and vegetables, and the bustling atmosphere of the stalls. The prices here are extremely affordable – according to Travelup reviews, it’s one of the best markets in Orlando if you’re looking for bargains.