As holidaymakers start to feel the benefits of a growing economy, the dream of going to Orlando for the first time looks set to come true for many young and cost conscious families. That’s why Florida specialist, Magic Holidays, has launched a new First-Timer’s Guide to Orlando, providing unbiased advice on what to do, what to look out for and how to make the most out of your time and get the best value in the theme park capital.
“Every day, we receive enquiries from parents who haven’t been to Florida before, and who are searching for help and answers on what they should do before they go, and what to be aware of in Orlando and at the theme parks,” said Geoff Medhurst, Director of Magic Holidays.
“A holiday to Orlando is quite an investment, and families need sound and honest advice on how to make the most of their time and money, what not to miss and what to avoid.,” said Medhurst.
The guide was compiled by Magic Holidays’ team of well-travelled advisors in Blackpool, who have the expertise and first-hand experience necessary to take travellers through each step of arranging – and enjoying – their family holiday in Orlando.
Addressing some of the most common questions posed to Magic Holidays’ specialist advisors, the guide provides useful information, hints and tips – from what to do before you travel to Florida for the first time and concerns about the airport and getting there, to where to stay, what’s hot and what to look out for in, and out, of the theme parks.
Families can also contact Magic Holidays’ Florida specialists on 0207 580 5000 or via a new instant messaging service available on magicholidays.com for free, and unbiased advice without obligation to book. With over 40 tips and a plethora of useful advice for first time travellers, the guide is available for to download atwww.magicholidays.com/the-magic-first-timers-guide-to-orlando.
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