Buckle down for the ride of your life on Florida holidays where thrilling theme parks, frothy ocean views and cool Miami vibes are just the start

Florida’s cerulean waters, white sand beaches, thrilling theme parks and dreamy Keys are the southern stars of the USA.

Whether you’re looking for a hip hotel scene, a Disney loaded adventure or an off-grid island getaway, Florida answers the call. Fun and frivolous Miami Beach, with its candy-coloured buildings, sprawling towers and Ocean Drive Art Deco design is a buzzy and beautiful mix of powder white sands, late night lounging and Cuban flavours. By contrast, the coral cay archipelago of the Florida Keys feels limitlessly languid. If its palm-tree lined avenues, high end dining and easygoing vibes you’re after, Naples and Clearwater have you covered. Come for the surfing, snorkelling, swimming and sunbathing along the spectacular Gulf Coast. For a taste of the tropics and a fantastical ride through one of the greatest theme parks ever built you can combine a dreamy Florida beach holiday with the rip roaring thrills of Orlando’s Walt Disney World Resort.

We know you’ll want to pack every second of your holiday with perfect moments. Our Miami and Florida holidays are carefully curated to get you to the places you’ve always dreamed of in the most effortless ways possible.

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Miami & Florida Regions

Our recommendations for the best places to visit in Miami & Florida

Orlando Holidays

The worldwide epicentre of fun, Orlando conjures up visions of rollicking rollercoasters, magical...

Walt Disney World Holidays

There's nothing quite like a trip to Walt Disney World. From the moment you arrive, the outside w...

Universal Orlando Resort Holidays

Some of the best-loved movies of all time are vividly brought to life at Universal Orlando Resort...

Florida Beaches Holidays

Idyllic white beaches, edged with cerulean blue and bathed in golden sunshine.

Miami Holidays

South Beach jet set vibes, oceanfront Art Deco architecture and Downtown design on holidays to Mi...

Florida Keys Holidays

Holidays to Florida Keys are seaside kicks and tropical vibes on pretty coral islands, with nearl...

Holidays in Miami & Florida

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  • Miami
  • 5 Star

The Fontainebleau offers a glance into the city’s glitzy Golden Era, while showering guests in modern luxury. On-trend dining options, a pristine section of private beach, huge pool complex, pumping nightlife, and sumptuous spa services await.

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  • Miami & Florida
  • 3.5 Star

Miami’s most historic neighbourhood might be the setting, but Mr. C Miami Coconut Grove makes a bold, modern statement with its eye-catching nautical design. Its rooftop pool area offers knockout views over Biscayne Bay and the leafy canopy of Coconut Grove.

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  • Orlando
  • 4 Star

The upscale Hyatt Regency Orlando is a centrally located on I-Drive, putting you within easy reach of many Orlando attractions.

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  • Orlando
  • 3 Star

Small (by Orlando standards, at least) and straightforward, the Hyatt Place’s location is key: it’s just a mile from the magic of Walt Disney World.

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  • Orlando
  • 4.5 Star

It’s a stone’s throw from the Walt Disney World boundary, but the space and scale of this mega-resort will make you feel away from it all when you’re craving downtime between your Orlando adventures.

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  • Orlando
  • 4.5 Star

This deluxe hotel is the perfect place if you’re looking to balance time in Orlando’s theme parks with relaxing days away from the action in a large resort.

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  • Orlando

Within the luxury Evermore Orlando Resort, which shares a border with Walt Disney World, the Conrad Orlando brings lashings of style and a dazzling choice of things to do that elevate an Orlando holiday into something decadent.

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  • Orlando

New for 2024, these modern suites give you ample space and your own kitchen. Plus, you’re within walking distance of an awesome waterpark, Island H20.

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  • Orlando

When an oversized, glittery red flip-flop greets you in the lobby, you know you’re staying somewhere that doesn’t take itself too seriously. This effervescent place brings beach vibes to the centre of Orlando.

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  • Orlando

Get all the perks of a big family home with the pools, restaurants, and facilities you’d find in a resort hotel.

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7-Day Magic Ticket

Seven days of access to Disney’s theme parks across 15 days. Parks include Magic Kingdom Park, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon or Disney’s Blizzard Beach (whichever of the two water parks is open). A Disney Magic Ticket is also a Park Hopper ticket, which allows you to visit multiple theme parks and water parks on the same day. Children under three don’t need a ticket.

Magic Tickets include entry to Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course and one round of mini golf at Disney’s Winter Summerland or Disney’s Fantasia Gardens daily.

An extra benefit of the Magic Ticket is Memory Maker, where you can download and keep digital copies of all your attraction photos and photographs taken by Disney PhotoPass photographers throughout the parks – perfect for getting professional family photos with everyone in them!

You won’t receive a paper ticket. Instead, your tickets and Walt Disney World arrangements are stored on your My Disney Experience account, which you’ll need to set up. Download the app where you can link and store your tickets. In addition, when you arrive, you can buy an optional MagicBand that you wear on your wrist that links to your My Disney Experience account so you can use it to scan into the parks and your Disney resort room, redeem your Disney Dining Plan (if selected), and make purchases in the parks.

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14-Day Magic Ticket

The 14-Day Magic Ticket provides access to all Disney theme parks, including Magic Kingdom Park, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon or Disney’s Blizzard Beach (depending on which is open), for 14 days across 18 days. This Park Hopper ticket also allows you to visit multiple theme parks and water parks on the same day. Children under three do not require a ticket.

In addition to the parks, the Magic Ticket includes access to Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course and one round of mini golf at Disney’s Winter Summerland or Disney’s Fantasia Gardens daily. A great perk of the Magic Ticket is the Memory Maker. This feature lets you download and keep digital copies of all your attraction photos and photographs taken by Disney PhotoPass photographers throughout the parks.

Instead of receiving a paper ticket, your tickets and all your arrangements for Walt Disney World will be stored on your My Disney Experience account. You must set up an account and download the My Disney Experience app to link and store your tickets. You can purchase an optional MagicBand, which you wear on your wrist when you arrive at Walt Disney World. Your MagicBand will link to your My Disney Experience account, allowing you to scan into the parks and your Disney resort room, redeem your Disney Dining Plan (if you’ve selected one), and make purchases in the parks.

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Disney Quick-Service Dining Plan

For each night of your stay in a Disney Resort hotel, each person will receive credits for two quick-service meals, one non-alcoholic drink (or alcoholic drink for guests over 21) per meal, one selected snack or drink, and a refillable drink mug, which you can top up at any Disney Resort hotel.

Available at over 100 quick-service dining locations across Walt Disney World, including the parks, Disney Boardwalk, Disney Springs, and Resort hotels. Dining reservations aren’t required at Disney’s quick-service restaurants, so this is a great option if you don’t want to make lots of dining plans ahead of time.

Meals and snacks are loaded onto your Magicband. To redeem your dining plan, present your MagicBand when you pay for the meal, snack, or drink. Meals and snacks can be redeemed anytime during your stay, so you don’t have to use the allocation the same way each day. Unused meals and snacks will roll over day to day and expire at midnight on your checkout date.

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Disney Dining Plan

During your stay at a Disney Resort hotel, each person will receive credits for one quick-service meal and one table-service meal each night, with the total allocation of credits available when you arrive. A non-alcoholic drink (or alcoholic drink for guests over 21) is included with each meal, one selected snack or drink per day, and a refillable drink mug. You can top up the mug at any Disney Resort hotel.

A quick service table credit includes one main course and one drink. A table service meal credit includes one main course, dessert, and drink. Restaurants considered fine or signature dining, dinner shows, and some character dining experiences require two table service meals per person.

The Disney Dining Plan is available at over 200 dining locations across Walt Disney World, including the parks, Disney Boardwalk, Disney Springs, and Resort hotels. Dining reservations aren’t required at Disney’s quick-service restaurants, but to use your table-service credits, reservations are strongly encouraged and available to make 60 days before arrival. Gratuities are not included, and an 18% gratuity will be automatically added to the bill of parties of six or more.

Meals and snacks are loaded onto your Magicband. To redeem your dining plan, present your MagicBand when you pay for the meal, snack, or drink. Meals and snacks can be redeemed anytime during your stay, so you don’t have to use the allocation the same way each day. Unused meals and snacks will roll over day to day and expire at midnight on your checkout date.

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Universal Orlando 3 Park Explorer Ticket

Experience all three Universal Orlando theme parks (Universal Studios Florida, Universal’s Islands of Adventure, and Universal’s Volcano Bay) with unlimited park-to-park access for up to 14 consecutive days. Enjoy the flexibility of visiting as often as you like and hopping between multiple Universal Orlando parks on the same day. You can even ride the Hogwarts Express between the two lands of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.

You’ll get a digital ticket, which is available to download to your smartphone, or you can print it. No park reservation is required, subject to park capacity.

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Universal Orlando 2 Park Explorer Ticket

You get unlimited park-to-park access to Universal Studios Florida and Universal’s Islands of Adventure for up to 14 consecutive days. This means you can visit the parks as often as you like during this time and hop between both parks on the same day. Don't miss the chance to ride the Hogwarts Express between the two lands of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.

You can download a digital ticket to your smartphone or print it. No park reservation is required, subject to park capacity. This ticket doesn’t include Universal’s Volcano Bay.

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Universal Express Pass

Consider adding a Universal Express pass with your theme park admission to skip the regular queues at Universal Studios Florida's popular rides and attractions. The Universal Express pass will give you one-time priority access to select rides and attractions.

It is a digital pass you can download to your smartphone or print. Present the pass at the participating attractions to bypass the regular queue. The Express ride access is a separate line with a shorter wait time at each valid attraction. Universal Express is available for Universal Studios Florida, Islands of Adventure, or both parks.

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Universal Express Unlimited Pass

Add a Universal Express Unlimited pass to your theme park admission to skip the regular queues at Universal Orlando’s most popular attractions as many times as you want.

Present the pass at participating attractions at the attraction to bypass the regular queue. Express ride access is a separate line with a shorter wait time at each valid attraction.

Bookings will be fulfilled with a Universal Express Unlimited Will Call voucher that you’ll exchange at a Will Call Kiosk at the entrance to Universal Studios for an Express Unlimited Pass. Universal Express Unlimited pass is available for Universal Studios Florida, Islands of Adventure, or both parks.

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Kennedy Space Centre

From the Orlando, travel eastwards to Port Canaveral which is home to NASA's John F. Kennedy Space Center. This is an immersive, interactive and informative wonderland which takes you on a metaphorical journey into the universe, learning about past, present and future of space exploration. Highlights include (but are definitely not limited to) a Peanuts themed theatre show, the Apollo Treasures Gallery and the Space Shuttle Atlantis.

Enhance your experience by booking the Explore Tour, a behind-the-scenes adventure that takes you to various points of the spaceport, such as the Vehicle Assembly Building and the NASA Press Site, for once-in-a-lifetime photo opportunities. The tour route depends on the operational programme of the centre.

• Full day experience
• Operates year-round

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Bookable with or without transfers; transfers run from various meeting points in International Drive, Kissimmee, Universal Orlando Resort, Lake Buena Vista and Walt Disney World.

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Key West Old Town Trolley Tour

The island of Key West is full of fun and exciting things to do and see. From the Southernmost Point to the quaint streets of Old Town, this tour takes you to all the major areas and attractions, with unlimited re-boarding. See Key West's first tourist attraction, the Key West Aquarium, which was also the world's first open air aquarium. Cross the street and you'll find yourself back in the 1800s at the Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum, learning about how Key West became one of the richest cities in the US. The Oldest House Museum is also nearby; it's one of the many beautifully restored homes that are open to the public in Key West. Stop by the Ernest Hemingway House Museum where he's rumoured to have written A Farewell to Arms - and don't forget to look for the 6 or 7-toed cats! Marvel at the beautiful species of butterflies in the Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory, and wander next door to the Southernmost House Mansion and Museum, known fcal gardens. Cool off with a drink at the famous Sloppy Joe's Bar or Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville in the Old Town area. But don't leave Key West until you've watched the sunset from Mallory Square.

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Get to know Florida and those important practicalities when planning your perfect holiday.

TIME DIFFERENCE

-5 hours

CURRENCY

US dollars

FLYING TIME TO DESTINATION

9 hours

RELIGION

Christianity

LANGUAGE

English; Spanish is also widely spoken

Where is Florida
The Sunshine State of Florida is situated between the Gulf of Mexico to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. The peninsula spans two time zones and is divided into four regions: the Gulf Coast/Atlantic Ocean, the far south Everglades, the north upland and the Florida Keys. It borders Alabama and Georgia and has a coastline of nearly 2,000 miles.

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Theme parks
The spectacular theme parks and waterparks of Orlando are a full-on maze of fun for every family member, whether you’ve got little kids wanting to fill their autograph books with Disney characters or older kids out for thrilling rollercoaster rides. Stay in the heart of the magic with Kuoni’s handpicked hotels.

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What to do in Florida
For almost everything you could ever want to know about space travel, a trip to the Kennedy Space Centre is an Orlando must. Strap yourself in for lift off at the Shuttle Launch Experience, discover what’s happening on current space missions and stand on the ground where every single Apollo mission to the moon began. For something with even more bite to its tail, the wilderness swamplands of the Everglades is one of the most beautiful natural rides in Florida. Iconic airboat tours zip with speed through the immense thick rooted mangrove waters leaving you in both fear and awe of the alligators and manatees lurking below.

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Miami Beach
A world away from the wetlands, east coast Miami Beach is an ode to Art Deco design, neon glow sticks and exclusive partying, and a place to linger under poolside canopies, fulfill designer shopping dreams and immerse yourself in a world of contemporary art and fashion. South Beach is legendary and Mid Beach is the new rising star, with stylish crowds flocking to lounge bars and beach clubs for heady days. Embrace the strong Latin influences, the opulent seafood-to-table restaurants and the boutiques of Lincoln Road Mall. Get out on the water paddle boarding and kite surfing, tick off your culture fix at the Ancient Spanish Monastery and Art Deco Historic District and head to the southern tip to experience glittering Ocean Drive.

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Getting around
Car hire is the most popular option for getting around on Florida holidays. Highways are easy to navigate and are well signposted. Theme parks are equipped for huge crowds and car park spaces are always available. Orlando also has taxis, buses and shuttle services. You’ll find water taxis in Fort Lauderdale, and if your main priority is a relaxing beach holiday then you’ll find taxis or bike rental an easy way to get around on both the west and east coast. Miami has a great trolley system for hopping on and off if you want to explore the surrounding neighbourhoods.

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Shopping
Orlando’s Disney Shopping Districts are the place for all your souvenirs and themed presents, but you’ll also find cool American stores tucked inside including Anthropologie, Coach, Sephora and the Cocoa Cola Store. Away from the theme parks, Orlando’s Mall of Millenia is a glossy shopping mecca packed with designer and high street stores. Expect beach-to-to bay clothes, swimwear and elegant jewellery in places like Miami Beach and Fort Lauderdale, and the Miami Design District for all your luxury brands. In Naples, the irresistible palm-lined exclusive boutiques along Fifth Avenue South and Third Avenue South are filled with colourful resort wear, designer brands and one-of-a-kind gifts.

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Food and drink
Expect healthy acai breakfast bowls, lots of vegan and vegetarian options and of course, late night tiki bars and cocktail lounges in Miami. There’s always a beach or pool party going on somewhere and lots of cool spots to watch those famous pink sunsets with a glass of Champagne. Head to Lincoln Road for alfresco sidewalk dining and the Wynwood area for Mexican street food, industrial restaurants and chic bakeries mixed in with lots of contemporary art. Try out the local Floribbean cuisine, Florida stone crab and rock shrimp, and fluffy Key Lime Pie. Don’t leave the Gulf Coast without eating a Cuban Sandwich, Key West without tasting their famous conch or St Pete Beach without ordering smoked mullet. At Universal Orlando Resort™ and Walt Disney World, the world is your oyster when it comes to dining options.

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Resort fees
It is standard practice for resorts/hotels within the USA to charge a mandatory resort fee which is payable locally. This fee can be anywhere between 5USD to 40 USD per room per night and is not included in the cost of your Kuoni holiday.

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