Orlando Christmas Vacation 2014: Tips You Need to Know
Holiday traditions and joyous festivities make Orlando the perfect destination for the winter holidays. Whether you plan to celebrate at the theme parks or prefer a more low-key holiday event, Orlando is sure to entertain the whole family.
Read on to discover valuable “Need to Know” tips to ensure a great Orlando vacation without any unexpected surprises.
Events in Orlando
The holidays bring the most joy to Orlando, check out all the exciting events happening this Christmas. Plan ahead by learning more about each event:
Macy’s Holiday Parade at Universal Studios: Colorful balloons and floats from the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade® in New York City fill the streets along with marching bands and Santa Claus.
SeaWorld Holiday Celebration: Waves of holiday spirit fill the park with holiday celebrations alongside Shamu.
Holidays around the World at Disney’s Epcot: Sing along with the candlelit procession with a presentation of the traditional Christmas story told by famous storytellers.
Grinchmas™ at Universal’s Islands of Adventure: Suess landing transforms into a whimsical world of Grinchmas™, with a live show starring The Grinch™.
Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party: Play in flurries as you watch spectacular fireworks and a merry Christmas parade.
Chistmas Bricktacular at LEGOLAND – Kids will enjoy a 270,000-brick Christmas tree and festive decorations, as well as daily appearances by Santa Claus.
Orlando Theme Park Crowds
As for crowd levels, December is divided. The first half of the month sees low to neutral crowd levels, and the second half of the month sees the highest crowds of the entire year!
Vacation Time in Orlando
Orlando Winter Weather Forecast: This winter temperatures are expected to be in the 60s and 70s. Our usual coldest month of the year is January, but with average lows only reaching 50 degrees, we certainly can’t call ourselves a snow ski destination. While you can most likely leave the heavy winter jackets at home, it does get cold enough for people to put on the light and medium jackets. If you’re trying to pack light, bring clothing that can be easily layered.
Travel Tips for Orlando
While we can’t help you with a plane ticket, we have a few tips to keep in mind: book early, be flexible with your dates, and be persistent. Travelers have 24 hours to clear their seat, which means that flight you thought was sold out could possibly have a seat available tomorrow. Lastly, reports show that flying during actual vacations tends to be the cheapest way to go.
Orlando Hotel Tips
Look for hotels with a variety of Christmas activities when you travel with your children. This will give you the opportunity to create unique memories during your vacation. Check out our exclusive Holiday Shopping Spree package only at Floridays Resort! This family-friendly, condo-style community offers activities and events daily. Visit our website at http://www.floridaysresort.com