Florida has it all. Gorgeous beaches, amazing theme parks and metropolitan cities. It’s a perfect destination for a road trip and pack it all in. Start off in Miami to enjoy the perfect beaches and Art Deco district of Miami Beach and then head up to the Kennedy Space Centre. Finish of your trip strong with a visit Disney World, Universal Orlando or Seaworld.
Miami has a lot to offer. From relaxing on the beach to clubbing all night. Even if neither is your scene, there is plenty to explore.

Rent a bike and cycle through Miami Beach to enjoy the Art Deco, head to Wynwood and revel in the beautiful art murals.

Last but not least, you will want to spend some time in Little Havana and grab some Cubano Sandwiches for lunch.

Ft. Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale is famous for its beaches, art and events. Go shopping on Las Olas Boulevard, take a gondola ride through the canals and visit the historic riverfront.

Fort Lauderdale is an excellent jumping off point for a day trip to the Everglades and a half way point between Miami and Orlando. Enjoy the Florida sunshine on any one of the lovely beaches or hop on a Jungle Queen River Cruise.

Orlando is theme park capitol. Famously it’s the birthplace of Walt Disney’s Disney World. It’s a magical destination, with not just Disney Parks. Universal Florida, Seaworld, Legoland and Gatorland are amazing parks in their own right. 

But that’s not all Orlando is famous for. It has cultivated a great combination of cultural experiences, high end restaurants and outlet shopping centres. Orlando has several parks and lakes that are great for relaxing, exercise and adventure too.

Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort and SeaWorld Orlando are just minutes away from Kissimmee, which makes it the perfect place to stay and play during your holiday. Kissimmee is a family friendly destination and offers a lot more than just theme parks. It has a great off-the-beaten-path experiences too. Lush landscapes create the perfect backdrop for outdoor adventures.
Tampa is an amazing mix of historic and modern landmarks with a distinct Cuban/Spanish influence. And there is plenty to do in Tampa, whether it’s paddling along the Hillsborough River, sampling tequila at a margarita festival, enjoying a pro football or hockey game or riding a thrill-coaster at Busch Gardens.

If you’re into hiking, biking, paddling or bird-watching, hit one of the Tampa area’s many parks and preserves, such as Hillsborough River State Park or Lettuce Lake Park.

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