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Guide to Help You Enjoy you Holiday in Florida
All inclusive Florida holidays take you to what is known as the sunshine state on the south east side of North America. It has been a holiday favourite with Europeans and Americans used to colder climates for over a century now and it’s popularity is still growing. All inclusive packages Florida have some of the world’s best beaches and theme parks including Disney World, Universal Studios, Busch Gardens and Sea World.
- Flight time from UK: 9 hours aprox.
Airport Transfer Time: varies
Suitable for: all ages, especially families with children
Currency: US dollar
Top 3 Beaches: Clearwater, Cocoa & Siesta Key
Bus Service: wide range of buses available
Emergency Numbers: Orlando Police: (407) 246-2470
Florida holidays are on a mostly flat landscape with multitude of lakes and wetlands to explore. Rolling hills can be found in Highlands, Polk and Lake in the heart of the state. Iron Mountain is the highest summit in Polk at 81 metres. On a holidays in Florida you will find large metropolises contrasted with wilderness in the marshlands around the major cities. In the Florida countryside there are great expanses of sugar cane fields and citrus groves but these are usually off the tourist trail.
The climate in Florida is hot and humid which is why the state is so popular with wealthier retirees and residents staying for Winter known by locals as “snowbirds”. The summer months can scale to around 27 degrees in the cooler northern Florida while the hotter southern Florida could be fractionally warmer at 28 or 29 degrees. All inclusive Disney Florida holidays are warmer in the central plain as locations around the shoreline are usually cooled down by the sea breeze. Although Florida is popular in Winter the state is prone to enduring particularly bad storms and a few tornadoes so do bear this in mind before booking for Autumn or Winter breaks.
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