Washington DC’s unforgettable skyline is marked by some of the world’s most iconic landmarks. The White House, the Capitol Building and the National Mall. Visit the Lincoln Memorial and the world-renowned museums of the Smithsonian Institute. Washington’s newest museum, the International Spy Museum, features the largest collection of publicly displayed international espionage artefacts in the world.. Food lovers will relish a visit to Georgetown where you can stroll off-the-beaten path and find delicious treats at the local eateries.
No visit to Orlando is really complete without a visit to one of its famous theme parks. There are so many to choose from. Go behind the scenes and get involved in some movie action, explore Diagon Alley at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios or be one of the first to experience Universal’s new water theme park Volcano Bay, opening in early summer 2017. Why not try one of the 50 rides at one of Orlando’s newest major theme parks LegoLand? Or visit the iconic turreted Cinderella Castle that stands in the centre of Disney’s Magic Kingdom or marvel at the magnificent ocean animals at SeaWorld, there are so many theme park adventures to choose from.
Orlando-Be sure to check out Universals Cinematic Spectacular® night-time show. Celebrate one hundred years of Universal movies with massive water screens, soaring fountains, and more.
Washington-Visit the National Zoos conservation efforts firsthand along the Asia Trail. Pay a visit to giant pandas Mei Xiang and Tian Tian and take a peek at their tiny neighbors, the red pandas.
Day 1-3 Washington
Day 4-7 Orlando