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Florida - Dixie Classic

11 days / 10 nights

Walt Disney World
Walt Disney World
Walt Disney World
Battery Park
Daytona Beach Clocktower
dolphin lagoon
Eola Park And Downtown Orlando Skyline
Orlando Science Center
the Martin Luther King, Jr National Historic Site
Wekiwa Springs State Park
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Arrive in Orlando and proceed to your hotel. Spend the day at leisure or explore Orlando Downtown Historic District with its diverse mix of architecture, combining past and present. Stop by the Church Street Station, the area’s entertainment and shopping complex. Take a stroll in Lake Eola Park. Numerous spots around the park provide nice views of the city’s skyline and the lake’s fountain, which is illuminated at night
If art is your thing, make sure to visit the Orlando Museum of Art. More than 600 works include 19th and 20th century American art. Orlando Science Center is a good place of interest for both children and adults. Visit Walt Disney World Resort, a city within a city, which is twice the size of Manhattan Island. Four extensive theme parks - Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Disney MGM Studio - will keep you occupied for the rest of your day. As an alternative to theme parks, visit Wekiwa Springs State Park (20 min north of Orlando). It has a vast network of 13.5 miles of trails allowing for hiking, bicycling and horseback riding
If Walt Disney World Resort was not enough, check out Universal Orlando Resort, the second largest resort in Orlando after Disney. Get in touch with nature at Seaworld Orlando, the 200 acre marine adventure park. It combines entertainment and education in its numerous animal shows, touch pools and aquariums. Continue your bond with Mother Nature at Discovery Cove. Its main attraction is the 45 minute lecture and guided interaction with a bottlenose dolphin at Dolphin Lagoon
ORLANDO » ST AUGUSTINE (105 mi / 168 km)
Depart Orlando. On your way to Saint Augustine, you might want to stop in Daytona Beach. It is famous as the “World Center of Racing” and home of NASCAR. Daytona’s biggest attraction is the 23 - mile / 37 km stretch of white sandy beach. Check out the Boardwalk and Main Street Pier. Put yourself in racer’s shoes at Daytona USA. Arrive in Saint Augustine, the oldest continuously occupied European settlement in the US (from 1565). Start your visit at the city’s Visitor Information Center. It offers discount tickets for many area attractions. In close proximity to the Visitor Center are the Old City Gate and Castillo De San Marcos National Monument. The latter is the oldest masonry fort in the US. The fort’s gun deck offers great panoramic views. St George Street provides the best introduction to St. Augustine’s past and present. Along the street is Cathedral Basillica, the oldest Catholic parish in the US. St George Street is also home to numerous gift shops and restaurants
ST AUGUSTINE » CHARLESTON (305 mi/ 488 km)
Head North towards Jacksonville, the largest city of Florida, completely rebuilt after its destruction during the civil war. Visit the fascinating Anheuser Busch Brewery before continuing your journey to the discovery of the southern heritage. On your way across Georgia, have a stop in Jekyll Island to admire the famous cottages of an old hunting reserve. Drive North on route to Savannah, known for its dazzling architecture and its preserved history. Cross the border of South Carolina and enter a world, where spring colors propagate amidst breathtaking sceneries, illustrated with beautiful Gardens and Plantations. Arrive in Charleston, early colonial city, full of museum and historical attractions, which illustrate the English settlement during the late 1600s. Built on a peninsula, Charleston has developed into a charming little seaport town, which is home to many historical splendors
Today, experience the Southern lifestyle of a quaint, picturesque little town with a visit to the legendary mansions and plantations of Charleston. Be swept away by the extraordinary wildlife and the natural beauty of the immense lush green fields, linger in the middle of a spectacular panorama that will take root in your memory, and relive the historic past that incarnates the magic of this enchanted land. If time allows you, take on a romantic cruise or a horse & carriage tour, explore the historic district, the citadel, and the famous Battery Park, and enjoy the many activities Charleston has to offer
CHARLESTON » ATLANTA (325 mi / 520 km)
Depart Charleston and head West towards Augusta, small village nestled along the banks of the Savannah River. Take some time to paddle the historic Canal or stroll through the Georgian gardens. Ride through the gentle hills that surround Augusta, and let the murmuring of the river awaken your senses. This is your invitation to a scenic drive throughout a breathtaking landscape of pure beauty, full of passion and history. Continue on to Atlanta, the commercial capital of the “New South”, home to CNN and Coca-Cola, Gone with the Wind and Martin Luther King, Jr.
Begin the day at “Sweet Auburn”, the historic center of the African-American community around Auburn Avenue, and visit the Martin Luther King, Jr National Historic Site. It was here that Dr King, like his father and grandfather before him, was pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church, making Atlanta a center of the civil rights movement in America. At the Margeret Mitchell House, you can learn the story of the woman who wrote the world’s second best-selling book (after the Bible), Gone with the Wind. Lunch at Mary Mac’s Tea Room, an Atlanta institution, before touring CNN studios, the World of Coca-Cola museum, or both. End the day in nearby Underground Atlanta, once Atlanta’s train hub, and enjoy the shops, restaurants and saloons, or head uptown for an evening in Buckhead, Atlanta’s most fashionable and liveliest neighborhood.
ATLANTA » SAVANNAH (250 mi / 400 km)
Leave Atlanta and take on a road trip into the heart of Georgia, where you will enjoy authentic Southern Village and antiques shops along scenic byways. Cross the threshold of a landscape combining rolling hills on one side of the road and flat plains on the other side. Continue East towards the Atlantic Coast, until you reach Savannah. Arrive in Savannah, one of the South’s most beautiful cities, rich in history and famous for its elegant architecture. The Rice & Cotton industry made this city a prosperous commercial port during the 1800’s, and today the beauty of Savannah is reflected in its past that has been exceptionally well preserved.
SAVANNAH » DAYTONA BEACH (235 mi / 376 km)
Depart Savannah and head south towards Florida. If you haven’t visited Jekyll Island yet, the famous cottages of the old hunting reserve is worth a detour, as well as the fascinating Anheuser Busch Brewery in Jacksonville. Continue south along the Atlantic Coast, passing St Augustine and Ormond Beach. Arrive in Daytona Beach, one of the most versatile vacation spots, where you will be able to enjoy a thriving seaside town that offers everything from surf, palm trees, and sun to exciting attractions
DAYTONA BEACH » ORLANDO (55 mi / 88 km)
Leave the Atlantic Coast and the sandy beaches towards the Volusia County, and have a stop in Deltona to admire an incredible landscape of over 100 lakes surrounding the area. Numerous of opportunities for water related outdoor recreational activities are waiting for you in this most quintessential Floridian village before you reach the city of Orlando