This fly drive itinerary takes in the highlights or Georgia and thrilling Orlando. Start with 2 nights in Atlanta, a city full of entertainment, shopping and great food! The first part of your drive will take you to Savannah where you will spend your next 3 nights followed by 3 nights on the coast in Brunswick. After your Georgia experience is time for your 2 nights in St Augustine’s and then your final 5 nights in Orlando.
Not only does this holiday include £200 per person discount but it also includes a Compact car with fully inclusive insurance and a FREE Sat Nav.
We are delighted to let you know about a number of excursions that we can offer which will not only save you up to 50% off the local ticket prices, but save you valuable time during your stay.
You can call us free of charge on 01737 646416 to book any of these trips & tours.
Atlanta City Pass - £45 per person
We have just the ticket for your visit to Atlanta. The CityPass allows you to visit five famous attractions for one low price: the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola and Inside CNN Studio Tour. There’s a choice of either the High Museum of Art or the Fernbank Museum of Natural History and of either Zoo Atlanta or the Atlanta History Center. Georgia Aquarium is the largest in the world and home to more than 100,000 creatures, including whale sharks. There are six galleries to explore, including a dolphin show. World of Coca-Cola is an exhibition dedicated to the world’s most famous brand. It features displays of packaging and ads as well as tasting sessions and a fully functioning bottling line. Inside CNN Studio Tour takes you behind the scenes of the TV channel that helped turn the world into a global village. The guided tour even includes an exclusive glimpse of a broadcast in action. The High Museum of Art features the renowned architecture of Richard Meier and Renzo Piano, with light-filled galleries showcasing works by artists such as Monet and Sargent. At the Fernbank Museum of Natural History, you’ll find ancient fossils, interactive science features and at the world’s largest dinosaurs. Zoo Atlanta is home to more than 1,500 animals, including giant pandas and the largest collections of gorillas and orang-utans in the US. The Atlanta History Center has a stunning Swan House, the house where Margaret Mitchell wrote Gone with the Wind, and a US Civil War exhibition.
Atlanta Segway Cultural Tour - £40pp
Come on the most innovative and exciting tour in Atlanta. You’ll cruise effortlessly through parks and down sidewalks as you learn all about the darker side of the Capital of the Old South in this Legends and Lore Segway Tour. And in case you’re asking, the Segway is the first of its kind, an environmentally friendly self-balancing, personal transport device that’s designed to operate in any pedestrian environment. It’s new; it’s cool and loads of fun!
The tour starts with a 30-minute orientation session to acquaint you with your Segway and guide. Once you’ve stepped up on the platform you’ll realise straight away how the Segway does your balancing for you. Just lean forward and you’ll see how the vehicle moves in response. The journey itself will take you on a spine tingling trip through downtown Atlanta from Centennial Olympic Park to Midtown Atlanta and all points in between. Your guide will give you the lowdown on the darker side of this fascinating city. Learn all about Atlanta's most sinister characters and haunted happenings from the famous to the not so famous as you glide through the Fairly-Popular District in downtown and down Peachtree. Then it’s on to Midtown to hear about the ghosts that haunt the theatres of Atlanta. Tour highlights include Centennial Olympic Park, Fairly Popular District, Woodruff Park, Shakespeare Tavern and the Fox Theatre. There’ll be plenty of time for photos along the way and your guide will keep you entertained with chilling stories and fascinating facts about the history of this historic city.
Savannah Old town trolley tour, £25 per person
All aboard Savannah's Best Tour! Experience over 270 years of history as expert tour conductors relate the stories, sights and landmarks of Georgia's First City! Join them as they turn back the pages of time and relive the rich legacy of a charming and alluring southern town.
Old town trolley tour, £20 per person
Visit the oldest city in the United States and get your dose of warm Florida sun and fascinating history. St. Augustine is known for its gorgeous sandy beaches, breathtaking architecture, antiquated buildings and its significance to the shaping of our nation.
When you climb on board Old Town Trolley Tours of St. Augustine, you’ll have a chance to see the Ancient City in all its glory, from historical attractions like the site where Ponce de Leon first landed ashore, to unique attractions like the Alligator Farm.You’ll have the opportunity to get off and on the trolley as often as you wish, giving you a chance to stay at any of the stops for as long as you want.
From museums to architectural masterpieces like The Ponce de Leon Hotel, now Flagler College, to the oldest wooden schoolhouse, you’ll see it all on the orange and green trolleys. Only Old Town Trolley Tours of St. Augustine offers the best of the city in one delightful tour.
Day by day
Day 1 London to Atlanta
Fly direct from London to Atlanta. Once you have arrived pick up your compact car and drive to your first hotel. Enjoy the rest of the day at Leisure.
Day 2 Atlanta
Start your morning in the Auburn district early, as the entire neighbourhood is packed full of historic treasures, starting with the Martin Luther King, Jr., National Historic Site. Designated a national historic site, these blocks include the Birth Home of Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Ebenezer Baptist Church, where King's father and grandfather were ministers and King served as a copastor. In the area, you'll also find the King Centre, where King is buried, and the APEX Museum. This afternoon enjoy the endless attractions, why not Visit the famous Atlanta Zoo. Among the highlights in this world-class zoo are the giant pandas. The happy couple welcomed their second baby in 2008, named Xi Lan, after the traditional 100-day waiting period for naming baby pandas. Cute as she is, though, Xi Lan isn't the only draw; Zuri, the baby giraffe, arrived last summer to a hail of cheers. The 40-acre Zoo Atlanta features some 200 species of animals from around the world.
Day 3 Atlanta to Savannah
Today you will continue your journey to Savannah. Check in to your hotel and enjoy the afternoon at Leisure.
Day 4-5 Savannah
With 2 full days here take a wonder into town. The trolleys you see criss-crossing Savannah's historic streets provide an ideal way to take in the town. Hop a trolley at the Savannah visitor information centre, or, if you're feeling adventurous, try the Segway by Savannah Tour for a unique way to explore the city.
Savannah is home to plenty of one-of-a-kind shops. You must try Byrd Cookie Company for sweet treats (and complimentary samples!) and the boutiques dotting Broughton Street for unique fashion and home furnishings.
Day 6 Savannah to Brunswick
After 3 nights in Savannah drive along to coast to your next destination. It is a short drive so make sure you make some stops along the way, many lighthouses can be found too! When you arrive into Brunswick check into your hotel and enjoy the evening at leisure
Day 7-8 Brunswick
The vibrant city of Brunswick which rises along the south eastern coastline of Georgia is one of the most unique, historic and visually stunning places in the world. Charming nineteenth century Victorian-style homes, century old grand oaks, endless golden marshes, old magnolia tree lined streets and magnificently preserved buildings complement the bustling business community of boutique shops, fine and casual restaurants, art galleries, banking and financial institutions, quality care medical centres, churches and cultural venues. Stroll the waterfront as shrimp boats arrive with their daily catch or enjoy fresh locally grown fruits and veggies at the Farmer's Market.
Day 9 Brunswick to St Augustine
After your 3 nights in Brunswick it’s time to head to Florida with your first 2 nights in St Augustine. When you arrive check into your hotel and enjoy the evening at leisure
Day 10 St Augustine
Visitors to St. Augustine will find an array of attractions in the nation's oldest city. From living history museums like the Castillo de San Marcos to Gilded-Age hotels, swashbuckling adventures and specialized tours in the air, on the sea, and in the heart of the historic district, St. Augustine has it all!
Day 11 St Augustine to Orlando
After a couple of nights in St Augustine it’s time for your 5 nights of fun in Orlando. When you arrive settle in to your hotel and enjoy the evening at leisure.
Day 12-15 Orlando
Your days at leisure whilst in Orlando will be spent exploring the many attractions and entertainment options that are on offer. You have you car for the duration of your stay in Orlando so the options or what to see and do are endless. Of course there are the Disney theme parks, SeaWorld and Universal but Orlando is so much more than just theme parks and rides. Why not take a trip to the Kennedy Space Centre, which is only an hour’s drive from Orlando. Take a trip to beach on Florida’s East coast, take a balloon ride, swim with the native Florida manatee in Crystal River. The options of how to spend your week in Orlando are endless and whatever your age or your tastes there is plenty to occupy everyone.
Day 16 Orlando to London
After a great time in Orlando make your way to the airport where you will drop off your car ($150 one way drop charge paid locally) and check in for your overnight flight home.
Day 17 London
Arrive back into London after an amazing holiday