A world of choice
When you consider everything the United States has to offer, you can understand why two thirds of Americans don’t hold passports. From the beaches and deserts of the west to the forests and big-name cities of the east, the country leaves you wanting for nothing.
The Sunshine State
Florida, America’s south easternmost state, attracts visitors from all over the globe. And, more often or not, they come for one reason – the theme parks. Walt Disney World, in Orlando, is the biggest name, but Universal Resort and SeaWorld give it a run for its money in terms of rides and rollercoasters. After dark, entertainment complexes like Universal CityWalk and Downtown Disney play host to live shows and buzzing bars and restaurants.
Beyond the theme parks
Theme parks aren’t the only string to Orlando’s bow. Shoppers have outlet centres, designer boutiques and city-sized malls to choose from. Golfers can tee off at attractive Championship courses. And sun-seekers can head to the coast to take advantage of the white sands at Clearwater, St Petersburg and Cocoa Beach.