The annual Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival takes place each year from March through May at Epcot Walt Disney World Resort. A free event when you purchase admission for the park, it can be worth it to plan your trip around this event — especially if you were planning on visiting the Disney parks — as it can enhance the experience with added offerings.
Wondering where to spend spring break? Look no further than Orlando. This city has much to offer travelers of all different personalities, ages and interests. Whether you’re looking for a family-friendly trip, girls getaway, romantic jaunt, arts-infused journey, nightlife-focused junket or something else, you’ll find it in Orlando. To help you plan your trip, here are 10 ways to spend spring break in Orlando.
Located less than 15 minutes from Orlando is Winter Park, home to the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. Taking place each year since 1960, it’s “one of the nation’s oldest, largest and most prestigious outdoor fine arts & fine crafts festivals.”
While no trip to Orlando would be complete without a few hours spent in one of the city’s many theme parks, the destination is also home to a number of other attractions worth experiencing. From wildlife spotting to ziplining to wine tasting there’s something for everyone if you just know where to look.
Home to over 50 food trucks, Orlando is a great destination for those wanting to experience delicious mobile dining. Because the city has so many high-quality options when it comes to street fare, it can be difficult to decide where to eat.
Walt Disney World guarantees a magical experience any time of year, but the holidays are extra special; castles become holiday castles, lights become holiday lights, singers become carolers, and all your favorite childhood Christmas traditions manifest themselves tenfold in the parks.