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Florida is famed for having a little of everything, from thrilling theme parks to breathtaking vistas and incredible wildlife. Visit coastal hotspots and vibrant cities or head down to the Florida Keys for some peace and tranquillity during your holiday. All while savouring delicious, fresh Florida cuisine, of course. Are you ready to discover Florida’s best side?
Orlando’s known as the Theme Park Capital of the World and for good reason: with Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort, LEGOLAND, and more all to discover, it’s the perfect destination for thrill-seekers. Ride roller coasters, make a splash at water parks, and meet Mickey, Minnie and co. during your adventure.
From the golden sands of Florida’s Gulf Coast to the Atlantic east-coast beaches, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Experience the lively Daytona Beach, peaceful Naples, or head up to the Panhandle and discover Panama City Beach. Wherever you head, pack your sunscreen and swimming costumes and dive into either relaxation or adventure.
It’s no coincidence that Florida is known as the ‘Sunshine State’, thanks to its subtropical climate and near year-round mild temperatures. It’s the main reason visitors flock to the state each year dreaming of long lazy beach days under the sun. It can experience daily rain though, especially during the hurricane season that runs from June to November - but it’s brief!
With incredible attractions and many beaches with calm waters, Florida is the ultimate family-friendly holiday destination. Of course, there’s Walt Disney World Resort, but beyond that there’s plenty to see and do, whether you’re travelling with tiny tots or older teens. Swim with dolphins, visit museums, or take a road trip to the Florida Keys on an epic road trip.
Los Angeles Highlights
Step into the surreal world of LA, the USA’s second-most populated city after New York, known for its dazzling creativity, its Mediterranean-like climate and of course its A-list inhabitants, this is the city that goes big in every way.
You can’t spend time in LA and not hit up one of its world-famous beaches. Not only are the sands pristine and the waters sublime, but they are also the coolest places to see and be seen. Get your pump on at Muscle Beach, shred some waves at Zuma Beach or just lie back and take in those cool West Coast vibes under the glorious Californian sunshine.
If shopping is your bag, then Los Angeles will be your mecca. World-renowned streets like Melrose Avenue and Rodeo Drive are lined with luxury stores and exclusive designer labels, while the outlet malls offer the biggest brands at discounted prices. Downtown LA boasts an incredible arts scene with local boutiques and vintage shops, and the fabulous Farmers Markets offer a glimpse into everyday Californian life.
Los Angeles is like a giant playground for both adults and children. Make time to visit California’s Disneyland and Universal Studios offerings to quench your theme park desires and try to catch a glimpse of the illustrious Hollywood Sign when out and about Downtown. With an abundance of hiking, cycling and walking trails in parks edging the city, it’s easy to escape the hubbub and get back to the nature that makes this diverse state so special.
Dining in Los Angeles could be a holiday in itself, and you could easily spend your entire time restaurant hopping and sampling the city’s best foods. This is where culinary masterpieces are made and often echoed around the country and the world. From the humble taco food trucks to the Michelin-starred refinement of its top eateries in Downtown LA, you will eat very well here.
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Florida & Los Angeles Holiday FAQs
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Florida & Los Angeles Holiday FAQs
One of the best times to head off on multi-centre holidays to Florida and Los Angeles is during the spring and autumn months. Spring, which spans from March to May, has an ideal climate for exploring both destinations. In Florida, temperatures range between 20°C and 30°C, making it great for enjoying the theme parks without the scorching summer heat and heavy crowds. In Los Angeles, you can expect similar weather, sitting comfortably between 15°C and 25°C.
The autumn months of September to November are also an excellent choice across both destinations. During this time, Florida’s summer heat starts to decline, creating a more comfortable atmosphere for outdoor activities like exploring the Everglades and the Florida Keys. Los Angeles maintains its mild weather, while tourist crowds tend to thin out, providing an overall more relaxed and peaceful experience. California's renowned wine regions, including Napa Valley, are at their peak in terms of weather and harvest festivities during the autumn months, so it’s a great time to visit if you’re also looking to get out of the city.
For most of the year, Florida is 5 hours behind the UK, while Los Angeles is usually 8 hours behind. Be aware that both Florida and California observe Daylight Saving Time (usually in March and October) which reduces the time difference by 1 hour. Before embarking on your twin-centre holidays, note that Florida is 3 hours ahead of Los Angeles.
When planning Florida and Los Angeles multi-centre holidays, UK travellers will typically depart from major airports such as London Heathrow (LHR) or London Gatwick (LGW).
In Florida, your choice of airport will, of course, depend on your specific destination within the state. If you’re headed to Disney World and or one of Orlando's renowned theme parks, Orlando International Airport (MCO) is the best option. If you're planning to visit Miami, exploring the southern regions of Florida, or head to Florida Keys, Miami International Airport (MIA) will be the best option. If your Florida adventure takes you to the Gulf Coast, Tampa International Airport (TPA) is a suitable alternative, providing access to the Gulf Coast beaches and surrounding areas.
When you reach Los Angeles, you'll typically arrive at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX),which is well-connected with various international and domestic flights.
You can secure your upcoming trip with fixed prices up to 36 months in advance of your intended travel dates. This allows you to lock in your desired holiday at an early stage with an initial low deposit, then conveniently spread the remaining costs through manageable monthly instalments.
The most convenient option is to take a direct flight between Florida and Los Angeles. Major airports in Florida, such as Orlando International Airport (MCO) or Miami International Airport (MIA), offer numerous daily flights to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), so it’s a relatively easy journey that takes around 5-6 hours.
Alternatively, if you're seeking a more adventurous journey, renting a car and driving across the country is an option. The cross-country drive from Florida to Los Angeles gives the opportunity to explore various cities, national parks, and attractions along the way. Just bear in mind that it can take a while - around 35-40 hours of driving.
Another option is to take a train, such as Amtrak, which has long-distance routes connecting major cities in the US. There’s a long-distance train service called the Amtrak Silver Meteor that connects Miami, Florida, to Los Angeles, California. The journey time can be quite extensive and it involves multiple transfers and train changes, as well as significant travel through various states.
Los Angeles has lots of variety of neighbourhoods to stay in, so you’ll have plenty of options for your Los Angeles twin-centre holidays.
Santa Monica is a great choice for those who appreciate a beachside atmosphere. It’s known for its gorgeous beaches, the famous Santa Monica Pier, and the vibrant Third Street Promenade. Accommodation can be on the pricier side, but it’s a great spot for coastal vibes, shopping, and outdoor activities.
Downtown Los Angeles has transformed into a dynamic urban hub with cultural attractions like The Broad Museum, Walt Disney Concert Hall, and historic architecture, making it a great choice for art enthusiasts and city explorers who don’t mind a little hustle and bustle.
Venice Beach has a bohemian and eclectic scene with a quirky boardwalk, street performers, and the famous Muscle Beach Gym. It can get a bit crowded, but it’s an interesting spot to explore.
West Hollywood is known for its lively nightlife and central location, with the Sunset Strip and iconic music venues. It's a top pick for partygoers, foodies, and those interested in LA's LGBTQ+ scene.
Pasadena is ideal for a more suburban and peaceful experience with relatively easy access to LA attractions. It’s famous for the Rose Bowl Stadium and the historic Old Town Pasadena, and is a good choice for those who prefer a quieter environment and don’t mind being further away from the coast.
If you're a fan of vibrant nightlife, beautiful beaches and a lively atmosphere, Miami Beach is the place to be. South Beach, in particular, is famous for its iconic Art Deco architecture and lively beach, and is great for partygoers and sun-seekers who don’t mind the crowds.
For families and theme park enthusiasts, Orlando is a popular choice for Florida twin-centre holidays. It's home to world-renowned attractions like Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort, and SeaWorld Orlando, and so it goes without saying that families with kids will love the magical experiences here.
If you're after something more laid-back with a touch of history, Key West is a good choice. It's known for its colourful architecture, picturesque sunsets at Mallory Square, and as being the southernmost point in the continental United States. It’s great for couples, history buffs, and those looking for a more relaxed pace as it’s a little more remote.
If you fancy a mix of everything - city life, cultural attractions, and outdoor adventures - Tampa might just be the spot for you. You can explore the historic Ybor City, visit the acclaimed Salvador Dali Museum, and enjoy outdoor pursuits along the Tampa Riverwalk. Tampa suits families, art enthusiasts, and travellers looking for a more well-rounded experience.
Florida is world-famous for the iconic Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, and this is a spot that really lives up to the hype. It's a magical world where families can explore the iconic Cinderella Castle, enjoy thrilling rides and meet beloved Disney characters. For a more comfortable visit, consider travelling during the spring or autumn months to avoid the scorching summer heat and the heavy crowds.
Exploring the Everglades National Park is another must-see in Florida. Enjoy exhilarating airboat rides through vast wetlands and witness the unique ecosystem of the Everglades and spotting interesting wildlife, including alligators and crocodiles.
If you’re in Miami, a visit to South Beach is essential. It's a vibrant and iconic destination known for its stunning beaches and party scene. Enjoy the beautiful sandy shores, take a stroll along Ocean Drive, and experience the bustling nightlife that it’s so famous for.
In Los Angeles, you won't want to miss the iconic Hollywood Walk of Fame. Stroll along the sidewalks adorned with stars bearing the names of your favorite celebs, serving up a real taste of the glamour and history of Hollywood.
Griffith Observatory is another great spot in LA. Perched atop Griffith Park, it has breathtaking views of the city and the stars through its telescopes. Make sure you visit in the evening to witness the city's illuminated skyline.