Hit two of America’s most popular destinations in one action packed trip. Both New York and Orlando are much loved cities but for different reasons, making this multi-centre an action packed break.
New York is one of the most iconic cities in the world, and everyone should visit at least once in a lifetime. As you tour the city, soak in all the famous landmarks, from the famous Statue of Liberty to the towering Empire State Building. You’ll pass sights, streets and landmarks that you recognise from all the Hollywood films and television series.
Then, head to Orlando for guaranteed sunshine and fun at the city’s renowned theme parks. With over a dozen to choose from, you’ll be spoilt for choice. From Universal Studios to Disney World to Legoland, there will be a thrilling theme park to suit your tastes. Huge theme park fan? Then why not squeeze in as many as you can?
Between the soaring roller coaster rides and the thundering water slides, fuel up with some delicious food. As well as its theme parks, Orlando is known for its diverse range of top restaurants.
Both destinations are renowned for their world class shopping opportunities, so don’t forget to leave plenty of room in your luggage for a big haul.
- Soak in the iconic sights of one of the world’s most famous cities, New York
- Shop till you drop in both New York and Orlando
- Get your adrenaline pumping in one of Orlando’s popular theme parks
- Admire the bright lights and flashing colours of New York’s Times Square
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New York is America’s most visited city and for good reason. Full of recognisable sights, amazing shopping and an exciting buzz, a trip to the city that never sleeps will leave you with incredible memories.
For panoramic views of the glittering skyline, head up to the viewing deck at the top of the Empire State Building. Or for a dose of luxury, take a helicopter ride over the city for an unforgettable experience watching the sprawling city sparkle beneath you.
Head to Times Square and Broadway to marvel at the flashing rainbow of lights and gigantic billboards. From the latter, where better in the world to catch a quality show?
To observe the famous Statue of Liberty up close, indulge with a restful dinner cruise which passes by her. Or instead, hop on the Staten Island Ferry to sail past the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, offering extraordinary views of the world famous New York skyline.
With over a dozen theme parks to visit, Orlando is known as the theme park capital of the world. If you’re seeking thrills and spills, this is the city to visit. Plus, most theme parks are exciting for both adults and kids alike, making Orlando an ideal destination for family holidays.
One of the city’s most visited theme parks is Walt Disney World. A large complex featuring different parks, visitors can ride exhilarating rollercoasters in one section of the theme park before getting soaked on water slides in another.
Another popular theme park destination is Universal Orlando. This attraction also features different parks, including Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure, and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
Away from the theme parks, there are also plenty of impressive restaurants to dine in and lots of shopping opportunities. With huge malls, souvenir shops and bargain outlet stores, be sure to leave some time to shop for some goodies to take home with you.
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