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On Guesthotels there is a Hotel, Apartment and Villas for everyone, and if you’re looking for inspiration, why not start with one of our Top Destinations. Every year our customers flock to the popular tourist destinations for unbeatable sunshine, new experiences and great value. Year after year, Spain always delivers a great holiday for families, couples and the young and adventurous. Maybe you’d like to mix a bit of culture with relaxation in beautiful Italy. Fun for everyone can be found in the USA courtesy of Orlando’s world famous attractions and what better time to visit when the Dollar is so cheap?
We can help you in choosing the perfect Greece holiday on one of Greece’s many cultural and sun kissed islands including first class beaches and Unesco protected sites in Rhodes, Crete and Santorini.
For those wanting to venture further afield, we have a lot of insider information on amazing Thailand with its many islands and places of beauty and we can advise you on visiting Egypt both safely and enjoyably.
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Spain, Portugal, Greece, Turkey and USA
The Costa Brava region in Spain boasts one of the country’s most scenic coastlines, with rugged cliffs, rocky headlands, secluded coves, and golden sand beaches. Visitors on a holiday to Costa Brava can take part in many outdoor activities, including swimming, sailing, wind surfing, parasailing, golfing, hiking, and some of the best scuba diving that Spain has to offer. In addition, there are many resorts dotted along the coast that cater to every type of traveller.
Where to go on a Holiday to Costa Brava
Tossa de Mar – Lloret de Mar – Blanes – Malgrat de Mar – Santa Susanna – Pineda de Mar – Calella
Tossa de Mar is a great destination for those looking for a bit of peace, quiet, and history. Once a small fishing village, Tossa de Mar is quickly becoming a favourite spot with travellers for its lovely beach, narrow winding streets, and picturesque old town with medieval buildings and the remains of a Roman settlement. Although the town has many modern hotels, restaurants, and bars, it still retains a small fishing village atmosphere.
If you are looking for a bit of excitement and fun, Lloret de Mar is an excellent choice. Besides the beautiful beaches and fascinating archaeological sites nearby, Lloret de Mar is famous for its lively nightlife. Here travellers on a holiday to Costa Brava will find everything from simple sports bars to thumping nightclubs to venues offering performances by live orchestras and bands. For action-packed evenings, you cannot go wrong with Lloret de Mar.
For travellers who are looking for a sun, sea, and sand holiday with a bit of sophistication and class, Llafranc will not disappoint. This is home to some of the most beautiful and luxurious hotels and holiday rentals on the Costa Brava and one of the nicest beaches along the coast. The beach in Llafranc is a perfect crescent of white sand, the water is crystal clear and deep green and blue, and the pretty marina houses gorgeous yachts and fishing boats, many of which can be chartered for a scenic trip around the coast.
Where to go on a Holiday to Costa Blanca
Benidorm – Denia – Javea – Torrevieja
Javea is a hidden gem among the glossy resort towns along the Costa Blanca. Although the town is a popular holiday destination, Javea has managed to retain much of its old world charm. The streets are narrow and winding, there are plenty of medieval buildings in the old part of the town, and there are many traditional restaurants and taverns overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Moreover, the impressive Montgo mountain rises in the background, and is a great place to do some hiking, rock climbing, or mountain biking.
If scuba diving or snorkelling is more your style, the lovely coastal town of Denia is the perfect base. This is jumping off point for the Balearic Islands as well as some of the best diving trips in Spain. The waters off the coast of Denia are clear and clean, and teeming with colourful fish, octopuses, squids, starfish, and sea urchins.The resort also has soft sandy beaches with warm waters that are perfect for soaking up the sun.
Benidorm is a great place for families, as there is much to see and do for people of all ages. This is the home of Terra Mitica, the largest theme park in all of Spain, which features spine-tingling roller coasters, exhilarating water rides, captivating exhibits and shows, and themed areas inspired by different countries from around the world. Benidorm also houses a massive aquarium, a fabulous water park, a museum dedicated to chocolate, and hundreds of hotels, restaurants, and bars, many of which offers views of the gorgeous beach.
COSTA DEL SOL
Where to go on a Holiday to Costa del Sol
Benalmadena – Fuengirola – Marbella – Mijas – Nerja – Puerto Banus – Torremolinos
After just one trip to Spain’s Costa del Sol, it is easy to see why this stunning strip of coastline is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe. From beaches to mountains, glitzy boutiques, inviting restaurants, amusement parks, and traditional whitewashed villages, the Costa del Sol has something to please all ages, budgets, and travelling styles. The hardest part about a holiday to Costa del Sol is deciding where to stay.
Marbella has earned a reputation as being the most glamorous resort on the Costa del Sol. Here you can find 40 golf courses just a short drive away, a charming town centre with old Moorish architecture juxtaposed with modern boutique shops and stylish restaurants, and a lovely beach with golden sands and warm waters. For those looking for a bit of luxury on a holiday to Costa del Sol, Marbella is the place to be.
Outdoor sports enthusiasts will not want to pass up a holiday to Nerja. Here the beautiful beaches, coves, mountains, forests, and caverns are the perfect playground for hikers, rock climbers, mountain bikers, divers, sailors, and windsurfers. The scenery here is incredible, the air is fresh and clean, and the hotels and restaurants that sprawl up the mountainside can accommodate to all types of budget.
Benalmadena is a lovely seaside town that has much to offer travellers, particularly families. This is the home of Tivoli World, the biggest amusement park along the Costa del Sol. The park features exciting rides, lovely gardens, action-packed song and dance shows, and plenty of cafes and restaurants to suit even the pickiest of eaters. In addition, visitors to Benalmadena will love the charming marina, beautiful beaches, whitewashed houses in the old section of town, and the lively dining and nightlife scenes.
Where to go on a Holiday to Portugal
Algarve – Madeira – Porto Santo
Located southwest of Spain along the Atlantic Ocean, Portugal is a thriving, progressive country of 10 million that is rich in culture, history and traditions. Portuguese is the official language here, however, in many tourist regions English is also spoken. As a member of the Eurozone, the Euro is used and all major credit cards are widely accepted.
As with the UK, Portugal is in the Western European Time Zone (WET) and daylight savings time is observed. Most flights between the UK and Portugal range between 2-4 hours; for example, a direct flight from London to Lisbon takes about 2h 15 minutes while London to Azores is a 2600 km, 3h 22 minute flight.
Portugal is divided into 8 regions including the islands of Acores and Maderia. This area is a UNESCO world heritage site and the westernmost point of mainland Portugal. It is home to a tremendous variety of unique wildlife including reptiles, insects and mammals, making this a great area for naturalists to explore.
The northern and central coastal regions include Costa Verde, Costa de Prata and Costa de Lisboa, home to Lisbon, Europe´s second-oldest capital city. Holidaymakers here can explore attractions like the millennium-old St. Georges Castle and the Lisbon Aqueduct, or head to one of the cities beaches including Guincho, Meco and Portinho Da Arrabida.
In the south, the Algarve coastal region is dotted with quaint historic villages and luxurious villas. This region features a warm year-round climate, world-class golf courses and expansive ocean beaches and resorts, making this a popular destination for holidaymakers.
GREECE AND ISLANDS
Where to go on a Holiday to Greece
Corfu – Crete – Kefalonia – Kos – Rhodes – Santorini – Zante
As the birthplace of Western Civilisation and Democracy, Greece and Greek Islands act as idyllic and stunning holiday destinations. Both mainland Greece and the Greek Islands use the Euro as their only form of currency. Travellers who visit mainland Greece can expect to spend four hours flying, and upon arrival will be in a time zone that is three hours ahead of London’s GMT. The same time differences apply to all of the Greek Islands, but those who fly as far as Rhodes can expect to spend up to 4.5 hours flying.Regions
Due to the diverse nature of Greece and all its islands, there is something there for everyone. However, the Greece holiday you choose should be based on what you prefer to do. For those who want to be submerged in a blend of Greek cosmopolitan living and Ancient Greek ruins, Athens is the ideal destination. As the largest city in Greece, Athens offers archaeological wonders like the Porch of Caryatids and original Byzantine churches. If you want to delve further into untouched Greece, head for Kefalonia. As a small Ionian island that is growing in popularity, it has not yet become part of the usual tourist trail. The sunny shores of Skala and Sami both blend Greek Orthodox Catholic culture with a handful of welcoming authentic Greek restaurants.
If you want to experience the side of Greece that offers parties and fun-filled family activities, head to one of the other Greek Islands. For many years, Crete (pictured below) has catered to families and young travellers alike. While the party resort of Malia is filled with clubs, the capital Heraklion and seaside resort of Bali mix Greek culture with British comforts. Each resort is within easy reach of a thrilling water park, which provides visitors of all ages with hours of fun. Both Kos and Corfu offer similar benefits to Crete, and those who would rather visit an island that is ideal just for families should try Zante.
Where to go on a Holiday to Turkey
Antalya – Bodrum – Dalaman – Izmir
Turkey is where the west and the east meet, and as such, it is a great place for travellers to explore. Travellers who book Turkey holidays can explore ancient ruins, relax on beautiful beaches, or party until the sun comes up in resort towns and modern cities. Turkey is just a 3 to 4 hour flight from London, and the time difference is 2 hours ahead of GMT. The currency in Turkey is the Turkish lira.
Many Turkey holidays start with a visit to Istanbul, the biggest city in Turkey. Istanbul is an incredible mix of old and new. There are ancient churches, mosques, and bath houses, as well as up-and-coming art galleries, restaurants, cafes and bars. Visitors will not want to miss a trip to a frenetic bazaar, where you can buy everything from carpets to spices to leather goods.
For travellers who like to party, Bodrum is the place to be. Every summer this beachside resort fills up with travellers from around the world looking to take in some sun, sea, and sand by day and party by night. There are many trendy restaurants, bars, and nightclubs along the beach where the music is good, the drinks are cold, and the energy is high. In addition, there are Roman ruins close by and plenty of water sports to keep you moving.
Archaeological buffs could spend a lifetime in Turkey and not see all of the ruins, fortresses, palaces, and religious monuments scattered across the country. Some particularly interesting sites include the tombs of Lycia, the Cappadocian cave houses, and the cliff side Sumela Monastery.
The weather in Turkey varies depending on the region. Istanbul experiences hot and humid summers, and cool and wet winters and occasional snowfall. The average temperature in Instanbul ranges between 28 degrees Celsius in the summer and 2 degrees in the winter. The spring and summer are the best times to visit most areas in Turkey as it is dry and sunny during this time.
Where to go on a Holiday to Tenerife
Costa Adeje – Los Crisitianos – Playa de la Americas – Puerto de la Cruz
As the largest island in the Canary Island chain, Tenerife has much to offer travellers. The island is home to the largest mountain in Spain, which offers challenging hiking and mountain biking trails and jaw-dropping views across the island and out to see. In addition, there are gorgeous beaches here, extraordinary volcanic landscapes, and modern resorts with a wide range of shopping, dining, and nightlife options.
What to see and do in Tenerife
The pleasant weather is one of the main attractions for travellers on a holiday to Tenerife. The south of the island enjoys warm sunny days year round, making this part of the island a top sun, sea, and sand destination for people from around the world. Many travellers spend their days here relaxing in a lounger on the sand or beside an aquamarine swimming pool at one of the many hotels and holiday homes. The warm waters off the coast and interesting volcanic formations under the sea also make Tenerife a top diving destination.
The dramatic peak of El Teide is a not to be missed sight for travellers to Tenerife. This massive mountain can be ascended by cable car or a challenging trek up the slopes. At the top of El Teide the air is cooler, the landscape is more barren, and there may even be snow during the winter months. However, it is the astonishing views that entice people to make the trip to the top of the mountain. From here you can see the entire island of Tenerife spread out below and the glittering waves of the Atlantic Ocean beyond.
Another draw for travellers to Tenerife is the sheer abundance of restaurants, bars, taverns, and nightclubs on the island. In the resorts on the south coast of the island travellers will find cuisines to suit all types of tastes and budgets. The gourmet options on offer range from fast food to freshly caught seafood to tasty tapas and authentic Canarian cuisine. For those missing a taste of home, fish and chips, hamburgers, and pizza are easy to find. In addition, there are plenty of places to have a drink and a dance and meet new people in Tenerife.
Where to go on a Holiday to Fuerteventura
Costa Caleta – Jandia
Sun worshippers have been coming to Fuerteventura for centuries to take in the year-round warm and sunny weather, the white sand and volcanic black sand beaches, and the picturesque villages that dot the coastline and interior of this gorgeous island in the Atlantic Ocean. While not the biggest of the Canary Islands, Fuerteventura certainly does not lack enticing attractions for travellers of all types.
What to do in Fuerteventura
The beaches in Fuerteventura are some of the best in the Canary Islands chain, which is why they are sought after by people from around the globe. Visitors on a holiday to Fuerteventura can soak up the sun on the sands, snorkel in the crystal clear waters, or sail around the island to take in the incredible views from the sea. Scuba diving is also popular here, as are surfing, windsurfing, kite surfing, and boogie boarding.
Fuerteventura has seen a number of different cultures settle on its shores, and this is evident in the many interesting archaeological sites on the island. One of the most fascinating sites is on Tindaya mountain, where settlers from long ago carved intriguing figures of feet into the smooth walls of rock at the top of the mountain. As an added bonus, the views from the top of Tindaya are absolutely breathtaking, as they sweep out over the ocean and to the peak of Teide Mountain on the neighbouring island of Tenerife.
For a break from the beaches, the towns of Betancuria and La Oliva make for a scenic day trip. Betancuria was the old capital of the island, and today it features a church built in the 17th century, a captivating archaeological museum, and many handicraft workshops where you can buy unique souvenirs straight from the artists. La Oliva is a pleasant place to spend a morning or afternoon for its 17th and 18th century houses, a charming church with a beautiful altar painting, and a large contemporary art gallery.
Where to go on a Holiday to Lanzarote
Costa Teguisa – Playa Blanca – Puerto Calero – Puerto de Carmen
Stepping off the plane on the island of Lanzarote is like stepping into another world where volcanic peaks loom over black and white sand beaches with aquamarine waters and stylish restaurants and bars are housed in ancient lava tubes under the earth. This is the perfect holiday destination for those looking unique landscapes, incredible coastlines, and plenty of outdoor activities.
What to see and do on a Holiday to Lanzarote
The year-round warm weather on Lanzarote makes this the ideal beach holiday locale for travellers of all ages. The coastline of the island is incredibly varied with pristine white sand beaches, swathes of fine black volcanic sand, rocky coves, and dramatic cliffs that plunge into the sea. Many of the beaches have small restaurants set up nearby for meals, snacks, and cold drinks.
The occasional windy spells that hit the island make the beaches here superb locations for surfing, windsurfing, and parasailing.
One of Lanzarote’s many charms is the volcanic nature of the island. Visitors on a holiday to Lanzarote can explore lunar-like landscapes and gushing geysers in the otherworldly Timanfaya National Park (pictured), or walk through the world’s longest volcanic tunnel of Atlantida that measures in at 7 kilometres. Jameos del Agua is a must-see attraction, as this amazing lava tube has a collapsed roof, and has been converted into a restaurant, bar, gardens, and a concert hall by the renowned architect and artist Cesar Manrique.
Another interesting sight on the island are the vineyards in La Geria, which have been designated as a World Heritage Site. These are no typical vineyards, as the vines have been cordoned off inside hundreds of small semicircles of volcanic stone. This allows the grapes to thrive on the nutrients from the rich volcanic soil without being destroyed by heavy winds. Visitors can tour the many bodegas in La Geria area that offer fascinating tours and coveted tasting sessions.
Where to go on a Holiday to Gran Canaria
Maspalomas – Meloneras – Playa del Ingles – Puerto Mogan – Puerto Rico
Gran Canaria offers everything a traveller could possibly want and more. Here you can find stunning white sand beaches, steep mountain slopes and lush green valleys, intriguing cave dwellings, and beautiful resorts with stylish shops, inviting restaurants, and lively bars and nightclubs. In addition, the island has many attractions to keep people of all ages entertained for weeks on end.
What to see and do on a Holiday to Gran Canaria
Many people come to Gran Canaria to enjoy the long wide stretches of white sand that span the southern coast. The sun shines here almost year round and the temperatures are balmy, making this the perfect beach getaway. Maspalomas is a very popular resort with travellers on a holiday to Gran Canaria because the spacious beach here stretches for 12 kilometres and the water is calm and shallow. The Sand Dunes of Maspalomas are an arresting sight, especially when viewed from the back of a camel plodding over the undulating sands.
Families will not want to miss a visit to the Palmitos Park, where there are colourful and exotic birds on display including parrots, eagles, flamingos, and hummingbirds. There are also dolphin shows, gibbons, a butterfly house and a cacti garden. Aqualand is another popular spot with people of all ages for its exciting water slides, refreshing pools, and fun rafting rivers. This is a great alternative to the beaches and an ideal spot to cool down on a hot day.
For a day trip like no other, head to the cave dwellings of Guayadeque. Here visitors can climb steep rock faces to explore the ancient homes of the Guanche people who resided in the caves. Today there are still families who live in these natural alcoves in the cliffs. There is even a small church carved out of the stone and a tapas bar that serves tasty treats such as cured ham, fresh cheeses, and local wine from its cool and dark interior.
Where to go on a Holiday to Majorca
Alcudia – Cala Bona – Cala d’Or – Cala Mayor – Cala Millor – Magaluf – Palma – Palma Nova – Pollensa – Puerto Pollensa – Sa Coma – Santa Ponsa
All it takes is one trip to Majorca to see why thousands of Travellers flock to its beaches and seaside villages every year. This is the largest of the Balearic Islands, and it offers a wide range of attractions for Travellers of all types. From beaches to boutiques and mountains to museums, visitors will never be bored on a trip to this scenic island in the Mediterranean Sea.
What to see and do on a Holiday to Majorca
The beaches of Majorca are the main draw for many travellers who descend on the island. Some of the best strips of sand are found along the south and west coasts of Majorca. Here the sand is golden, the azure waters are calm and warm, and the sun shines almost every day during the summer months. The beaches here are perfect for sunbathing, swimming, snorkelling, or catching a ride on a glass-bottomed boat to see an amazing underwater scenery.
For travellers on holiday to Majorca who want to enjoy modern amenities, the capital city of Palma is an excellent choice. Palma is particularly picturesque for its elegant mansions, a charming old quarter with historic buildings and cobblestone streets, and chic boutiques, bars, and restaurants. Many of the restaurants along the waterfront serve ridiculously fresh seafood dishes with equally impressive views out to sea.
If it’s nightlife you are looking for, look no further than Magaluf. This small seaside resort offers some of the best bars and nightclubs on the island, with international DJs fuelling the crowds with thumping music well into the early hours of the morning. For those looking for more family friendly nightlife, the Western Water Park offers lively dinner performances in addition to its many exhilarating rides and exhibitions.
If you are looking for an interesting day trip or a more isolated setting, the north of Majorca is a good bet. The coastline here is rugged, with dramatic cliffs, rocky headlands, and long sandy beaches. The strong breezes here make the beaches very popular with windsurfers. Also, the north has many villages that gleam ochre in the bright sunlight and rest against the backdrop of the stunning Serra de Tramuntana mountain range.
The United States is a huge country that offers much for travellers to see and do. From the forests and beaches of the Pacific Northwest to the vast plains of the Midwest to the modern and multicultural cities in the east, USA holidays offer something for everyone.
As a large country, the USA is divided into 9 different time zones. The USA also observes daylight savings time in the warmer months. In New York, the time difference is 5 hours behind GMT and in Los Angeles it is 8 hours behind GMT. A flight from the UK to New York City takes about 7 to 8 hours and to Los Angeles the flight time is 11 hours. The currency in the USA is the US dollar.
One of the greatest things about USA holidays is the number of exciting and vibrant cities there are to visit. New York is a melting pot of people and cultures from around the world and home to thousands of excellent restaurants and bars serving international cuisine. Miami has its own unique vibe that is a mix of Caribbean, African, Latin American, and European influences. Los Angeles is trendy, modern, and fashion-forward, and a good place to spot celebrities.
Nature enthusiasts will love the incredible array of landscapes, flora, and fauna across the USA. Visitors can go surfing in Hawaii, snowboarding in Colorado, hike through thick pine forests in Maine, go rock climbing in California and Nevada, and spot alligators in the bayous in New Orleans. The more you explore the USA, the more stunning natural scenery you will come across.
Ask any New Yorker, and they will tell you that New York City is the best city in the world. While matters of opinion may be debatable, it certainly is true that New York offers travellers an endless supply of things to see and do. From iconic American landmarks to incredible arts and culture, cutting edge fashion and diverse dining opportunities, it is safe to say that New York City ranks right up there as one of the world’s most captivating metropolises.
What to see and do in New York
The Statue of Liberty is one of the most popular attractions in New York, as the massive copper figure stands as a beacon over the harbour and represents freedom for all. Depending on the current situation, visitors can take a boat to the small island where Lady Liberty stands, and take a lift all the way up to the crown. The Empire State Building is another beloved New York City icon, and a masterpiece of Art Deco architecture. Visitors can head to the observation deck on the 86th floor to see the city from a bird’s eye view.
Once you have seen the major landmarks on your holiday to New York City, it is time to hit the streets for some of the best shopping, arts, and culture anywhere in the world. New York is a centre for fashion, so it is easy to find everything from small independent boutiques to well known designer shops. You can also spend your days touring the celebrated museums and art galleries here, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the American Museum of Natural History, and the Guggenheim Museum.
The incredibly mixed population in New York means that you can find cuisine from every corner of the globe here. The city is awash in street food vendors who sell hot dogs, pretzels and halal chicken. Then there are the ethnic eateries, cafes, and fine dining restaurants where you can sample dishes made by world-famous chefs. When the sun sets, the theatres and concert halls fill up, the lights on Broadway shine, and trendy nightclubs lure people in by the thousands.
Where to go on a Holiday to Florida
Miami – Orlando
Also known as the Sunshine State, Florida is a favourite holiday destination in the United States for its warm weather, colourful culture, and beautiful landscapes. If you are looking for a holiday destination where you can relax on the beach, ride roller coasters at world-renowned theme parks, dine on a variety of diverse cuisines, and party until dawn at trendy nightclubs all on the same day, Florida is the perfect choice.
What to see and do in Florida
If you are not sure where to start your holiday to Florida, Miami is a good choice. This seaside city rests on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, and is a great place to experience a blend of North American and Latin American culture. Spend the morning admiring fabulous Art Deco buildings, relax on the sands of South Beach in the afternoon, dine on tasty Cuban sandwiches at a food stall by the water in the evening,
and end the day dancing at a colourful salsa club or socialising at a chic nightclub.
For families, Florida is a kid’s dream. Here you can find some of the most famous amusement parks on Earth, including Disney World, Sea World, Universal Studios, and Busch Gardens. Children of all ages will love taking tours through the Everglades National Park, where you can experience the unique swamp environment, and maybe even catch glimpse of an alligator or two. For an educational day out, head to the Kennedy Space Center to learn about travel in outer space and see the spot where NASA’s rocket ships launch.
If it is rest and relaxation you are after, the Florida Keys are the ideal place to while away the days. Here you will find some of the most beautiful beaches in the country, with soft white sands, turquoise waters, and tranquil resorts and holiday homes. For some excitement, head out on a deep sea fishing trip, or scuba dive and snorkel in the incredibly clear waters here.
Where to go on a Holiday to Orlando
Kissimmee – Lake Buena Vista – Davenport – Disney resort – Universal Resort
Orlando is all about fun and entertainment. This is where you will find one of the highest concentrations of amusement parks in the world, as well as fabulous golf courses, incredible dining, and lively nightlife venues. With so many ways to fill your days, it is no wonder that this city in central Florida draws in families and groups alike year round.
Kids will go wild for Orlando’s many exciting attractions. The most famous theme park is Walt Disney World, where people of all ages will find thrilling rides, interesting animal exhibits, and colourful parades and shows. Universal Studios Orlando is a massive park dedicated to American film making, and Sea World stuns the crowds every time with its captivating killer whale and dolphin shows. For an outdoor adventure not to be missed, visit Gatorland where you can see rare white alligators, learn how to wrestle a alligator with your bare hands, and fly down a zip-line over the tops of the trees.
Orlando also offers many opportunities to get outside and enjoy the fresh air and beautiful landscapes. There are dozens of championship quality golf courses in and around Orlando where you can tee off on emerald greens. The courses here feature challenging water hazards and sand traps, and there are a range of courses to suit all abilities. For a fun day out, take an air boat ride on the swamps just outside the city to see lush wetlands and interesting birds and wildlife.
Even the fussiest of diners will find something to satisfy in Orlando. City Walk in Universal Orlando is a long strip of tempting bars and restaurants that offer classic American cuisine such as barbecue ribs, hamburgers, steaks, salads, and sandwiches. In the city you can also find cuisine from around the world, including English pub fare, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, and Mexican dishes. For nightlife, head into the down town core, where you will find many nightclubs, jazz clubs, and sports bars.
Where to go on a Holiday to Miami
South Beach – North Beach – Downtown Miami
From colourful Art Deco hotels to sparkling white sand beaches, vibrant Latin American flavours and glamorous nightclubs, Miami is an explosion of sights, sounds, and tastes. Throw in warm sunny weather, a diverse population and an anything goes vibe, and you’ve got the perfect city break in Florida for those who like to live a little.
What to see and do in Miami
Miami Beach is a focal point of action both day and night. This long strip of white sand on the Biscayne Bay is home to the largest concentration of Art Deco buildings in the world, and a great place to join the bronzed bodies on the sands for some sun tanning, beach volleyball, swimming, or dining at the many food stalls and restaurants that overlook the water. By night, the beach comes alive with the neon lights of pulsating nightclubs and sophisticated hotel bars that draw in the crowds with their creative cocktails and live music.
Families on a holiday to Miami will find countless activities to keep kids entertained. Take a boat tour through the wetlands of the Everglades, where you can see interesting wildlife such as otters, eagles, and alligators. Jungle Island is a pleasant place to spend a day for its beautiful gardens and interesting animal shows. Sea aquarium lets you get up close and personal with the dolphins and killer whales that put on acrobatic shows in the giant pools.
Gastronomes will also find much to get excited about on the streets of Miami. Head to a trendy restaurant for some Nuevo Latino cuisine, a mix of Latin American, Caribbean, and European flavours and cooking styles. Snack on tasty Cuban sandwiches with roast pork, ham, and melted Swiss cheese in Little Havana, or dig into a plate of succulent crab, prawns, mussels and grilled fish at a laid-back seafood eatery on the beach. You can also find plenty of places in Miami to enjoy refreshing Mojitos, Caipirinhas, or a Martini.
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