Florida is not called the sunshine state for nothing; the temperatures rarely drop below 22 degrees even in January and December, the two coldest months of the year. The winter months in Florida are the best time of the year to visit the state as the summer months of June through to the end of September, whilst much hotter are in the rainy season and it is not unusual for it to rain at least once every day, it is also the official hurricane season.

Orlando is the Airport to which most flights from the UK go to and there are many regional airports which fly direct all year round. Orlando will make a great base from which you can travel and see the whole State, or just use it to have a great holiday experience, shopping sightseeing or some of the best golf on the world.

Naturally Florida is renowned for its theme parks and Disney World has t rank the tops for many visitors, both young and old. SeaWorld Orlando is a stunning attraction where you can take part in thrilling rides if you wish or just watch feeding of the seals and sea lions, or become completely entranced in the 360 degree theatre experience.

You will never be short of things to do and to see in Orlando, museums and some of the best dining experiences anywhere can be found here. But Florida has so much to offer, beaches galore 500 miles of them and as all things America, they don’t do things by half. Try Cocoa Beach or Daytona Beach water sports galore and beach bars to quench your thirst or replenish you with home cooked delights.

The Everglades is something completely different from the glitz and glamour of the theme parks, one and a half million acres of unspoilt wetlands and home to the all American crocodile and you could spot a Florida Panther! Take a hover craft ride through them; you will remember it all your life.

So we suggest that you try Florida for your next winter vacation in the sun, we are sure it will not be the last time you visit the “Sunshine State” why not give it a try?

Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida

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