Florida Trip Itineraries
A Week of Family Fun
Destination(s): Florida Keys
Your children can enjoy a full schedule of eco-tours, dive-snorkel charters, fishing trips and visits to area attractions, such as museums, nature centers or dolphin encounters.. You'll also find plenty of free activities to keep your kids entertained between excursions. Several waterfront restaurants thoughtfully provide docks where children can feed tropical fish or see huge tarpon. The Keys also have plenty of playgrounds, parks and beaches. read more about A Week of Family Fun... Read More
Palm Beach Family Fun Week
Destination(s): Palm Beach
Explore great beaches, museums and parks with the kids in Palm Beach County. Go first class and stay at The Breakers resort in Palm Beach and you may decide to never leave (in which case you might not need to rent a car). Or you can rent a car and stay at a more budget-conscious hotel and pick your own destinations for food, entertainment and fun. Or just pick and choose what you like from the list and create your own perfect "NileGuide". read more about Palm Beach Family Fun Week... Read More
Panama City Beach In a Weekend
Destination(s): Panama City Beach
This guide is designed to give you an action packed weekend on the "World's Most Beautiful Beaches". The restaurants offer some of the finest outdoor dining in the area and the activities put you in the center of all Panama City Beach has to offer. read more about Panama City Beach In a Weekend... Read More
Top 10 Nightlife of Key West
Destination(s): Key West
In addition to the literary, arts & culture heritage Key West is world famous for, so are the bars along Duval Street. Hundreds of versions of the 'Duval Crawl' bar hop have emerged based on people's likes and dislikes, but for a truly energetic night of live music on the town, start at the top of the list with crazy, loud, raucous, let-it-all-hang-out places. read more about Top 10 Nightlife of Key West... Read More
Where to Stay - Downtown
Maybe downtown Orlando can't compete with Universal's and Kissimmee's sprawling resort scene, but it still offers a a fun and unique travel experience in its own right. You'll love the handful of boutique hotels and inns that offer personalized service and intimate ambiance. Plus, you'll be steps away from fabulous bars and restaurants, parks, and cultural hots spots like the Orange County Regional History Center and many downtown theaters. read more about Where to Stay - Downtown... Read More
Discover Family-Friendly Orlando Theme Parks
Orlando is the one of the most family-friendly destination with many attractions that will make your head spin just to plan it.
For the first time family who want to get the most of their visit with their school age kids in tow. Check out this guide for the way to enjoy Orlando Theme Parks on your first visit.
This guide is created by Amy @ The Q Family - a family travel blogger for The Q Family Adventures Travel blog.
TheQFamilyAdventures.com is a family friendly travel blog that helps to inspire family to travel one adventure at a time. read more about Discover Family-Friendly Orlando Theme Parks... Read More
Orlando for Couples
While theme parks definitely take up a lot of square footage in Orlando, they're absolutely not the only diversion. Couples seeking a few days together to connect will enjoy this four day itinerary packed with pretty places and serene spots that are, for the most part, away from the theme parks. Downtown Orlando has much to offer in the way of eclectic dining and posh lodgings. Don’t miss a trip to Winter Park’s famed Park Avenue for a stroll down its brick paved street lined with luxe boutiques and quaint eateries. Spend a hedonistic day enjoying spa treatments and sunshine at their adults-only pool area. Head to Downtown Disney for some exciting nightlife including the world famous Cirque de Soleil show called La Nouba. When it comes to planning a romantic getaway in Orlando, the possibilities are endless. read more about Orlando for Couples... Read More
Top Kid-Friendly Attractions in Orlando
Guide written by Kara Mayer Robinson and Jen of Two Kids and a Map.
It doesn't really matter if you're a fan of the mouse or not-Orlando is a no-brainer when it comes to pleasing the whole family. This kid-centric city makes little ones so happy that it brings smiles to everyone on board, making family trips run super-smooth.
There are endless activity options for kids in and around Orlando. You may feel a bit rushed, but it is entirely possible to visit two Disney parks in one day. Allow plenty of time for the shuttle to take you to each park. If you will be in Orlando for more than four days, purchase the four day pass and visit one park each day..
Note: Be sure to read the Day Notes for the kid-friendly details on recommended attractions.
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Top 10 Things To Do in Florida
With hundreds of miles of beautiful beaches, all that Florida sun and a certain resident mouse, outdoor and family-oriented activities are naturally at the top of the list of things to do Florida. Yet there’s much more to the state than ‘fun in the sun’ and Disney World. An important community of artists, musicians and chefs call Florida home, who have turned the state into a prime destination for art, music and food. We’ve channeled their creativity with our top 10 picks of things to do in the Sunshine State, including: swimming with dolphins, snorkeling with fish and interacting with tropical birds in Discovery Cove; discovering contemporary art at the galleries in the Wynwood Arts District; fishing and seeing alligators at the Everglades Holiday Park; catching a concert or a Broadway show at Adrienne Arsht Performing Arts Center; and hiking, birdwatching and catch and release fishing in the National Key Deer Refuge. read more about Top 10 Things To Do in Florida... Read More
The Best Week in Orlando
You could spend a month in Orlando and still not see and do everything. That being said, if you’ve got a week to tackle this magical play land, you’ll want to hit the best and most exciting spots. For the first half of the week, stay at one of the Disney hotels. This will save you tons of travel time to and from the parks so that you can maximize the amount of time you can spend at Disney World. Have dinner at your hotel or take the shuttle over to Downtown Disney. There are tons of options for dining and snacking there. Plus, it’s just a cool place to stroll around. Then, as you switch over to SeaWorld, Discovery Cove and Universal, you’ll want to move to a hotel close to I-Drive. Like Downtown Disney, you’ll find that Pointe Orlando on I-Drive offers a good concentration of restaurants, shops and bars so you can stroll around and choose the best option for your family. There’s lots of parking there and it’s close to many of the other I-Drive attractions. This is a non-stop week and you’ll probably need a vacation after this vacation. But when you want to see all the best that Orlando has to offer, this go-go pace is worth the effort. read more about The Best Week in Orlando... Read More