If it is your first time booking travel to Orlando we know it can be a little daunting but don’t worry, Orlando is one of the easiest places to spend a great vacation and it doesn’t have to cost a fortune to have a great time!
We have put together a small web page with links to what we consider to be some of the more useful sites on the internet. We do not receive a payment or commission of any kind for any links.
General information on this site
The location page has links and driving directions to a lot of the the major local attractions, shops and restaurants.
Simply click on the picture on the location page for the attraction or shop you are interested in.
Forums and Useful Information
For UK visitors, the Disney Information Bulletin Board is an excellent place to start. Billed as ‘the best uk based resource for Disney Orlando Florida’ we would tend to agree, if you have a question, post it on this forum and you will probably get a dozen answers from people in the know – recommended.
Billed as ‘The ultimate planning resource for Disney World, Disney Cruise Line and Disney World Vacations includes park hours, theme park descriptions and strategies.’
Lots of Orlando information (sometimes just a bit too much!).
If golf is your thing, this is a great site listing most of the golf courses in Orlando (and there are a few!)
Useful sites for booking other parts of your holiday
Avis are on-site at Orlando International Airport, so they are easy to find, and pick up a car from. Check out Flyertalk for any discount coupons you may be entitled to.
Dollar Rent a Car
Also on-site at the international airport, and at Sanford (a popular charter airline destination near Orlando). Again, Flyertalk may have discount coupons available for Dollar Rent a Car.
Virgin Atlantic / BA / Continental Airlines / US Airways
All fly to Orlando. Al lot of the airlines websites now offer a promise to beat any price found elsewhere, so it may be worth trying these directly, as well as brokers like Travelocity, Opodo and Expedia.