It’s not difficult to list the many attractive elements in Tampa: gorgeous beaches, world-class restaurants, successful sports teams and plenty of entertainment when the sun goes down. However, some of the most memorable views—and experiences—in Tampa take place high above the white sand beaches and bustling streets. To really get a feel for Tampa, one of the best things to do is take to the air.
This October, the frights just keep on coming at you at the major theme parks of Orlando!
If your goal is to build up to the most bone-chilling park, then start your Orlando fright-fest at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.
For Orlando locals and travelers interested in the pleasures of food and drink, the annual Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Food & Wine Classic is a not-to-miss event. Taking place this year on October 31 and November 1 from 5:30 to 9pm at the Epcot Resort Area Hotel, attendees can enjoy live entertainment, celebrity chef meet-and-greets, cooking demonstrations, food pairings, tastings, music and more.
For those traveling to Orlando, make sure to bring your appetite, as the city is full of food-focused experiences. Whether you’re looking to have a luxurious night out, savor quintessential desserts, pair food and drink with a quirky evening or just enjoy a hearty meal you can do it in the city. To help you plan your trip here is the food lover’s guide to Orlando.
Diagon Alley is now open for business, and a stroll through these cobblestoned streets is no average village visit. While the Universal Studios Islands of Adventure theme park houses Hogwarts, Hogsmeade and the Flight of the Hippogriff rollercoaster, visitors can now hop aboard the Hogwarts Express to visit the London side of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at the adjacent Universal Studios theme park, complete with Diagon Alley and all its charms.