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It depends how many theme parks are on your to-do list! There are three main theme parks, Universal Orlando, SeaWorld Orlando and Walt Disney World. Here’s where it gets tricky, Walt Disney World is actually four parks in one – Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom and Island of Adventure. If you want to go, go, go, you could do six parks in six days but you’ll need a holiday to recover from your holiday! Ten days would be ideal to add a couple of rest days in between.

Light layers, comfortable walking shoes, a backpack, sunscreen, a hat and a sense of fun and adventure. The rest will depend on the time of year you plan to travel. Oh, and hot tip, if you’re planning on hitting the theme parks, buy your tickets ahead of time. 

One of the main reasons travellers flock to Orlando is to discover the magic of Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando. Where to go depends on whether you and your tribe prefer Mickey and Disney princesses or Harry Potter and Marvel, and this in itself is a whole research topic. Outside of the theme parks, Orlando is home to the Kennedy Space Centre as well as plenty of museums, shopping malls, galleries and even a science centre.

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This is like saying which is better – white chocolate or chilli chocolate. Each offers something different that will appeal to different travellers. Walt Disney World boasts all of your favourites including Cinderella Castle, water parks, Mickey and friends, while Universal has Harry Potter and Marvel. Walt Disney World is enormous, meaning you are often waiting for transport, while Universal is more compact. Both parks offer a magical experience, so ultimately it comes down to personal preference.

If you are looking for pleasant weather, slightly smaller crowds and deals on accommodation, aim to visit from March to May. If you enjoy sweating up a storm, waiting in long lines and paying premium prices, summertime is for you.

Eat, sleep, theme park, repeat. Just kidding, there’s so much to see and do in Orlando other than theme parks. You can eat your way around Orlando’s burgeoning restaurant scene, head to the museums or the award-winning Orlando Science Centre, shop up a storm at The Florida Mall, explore the Everglades National Park, visit the Kennedy Space Centre or take a dip in Crystal River.

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