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From theme parks to amazing beaches and national attractions, there is no US state quite like Florida. Discover our flights and head on a trip to the Sunshine State with a ticket to Florida from the UK. Whether you choose to visit buzzing Miami or magical Orlando, Florida offers something for everyone. Book direct flights from London and Manchester with Virgin Atlantic today.
Fly to Florida and discover more than 825 miles of beaches, attractions, world-class dining and endless ways to enjoy nature's beauty. With a ticket to the Sunshine State you can be sure to experience some of the best adventures and natural wonders. Discover Universal Studios and Walt Disney World. If you’re thinking of taking the kids on a flight to Florida this summer then you can look forward to weeks of them lying awake, dreaming of theme park thrills and visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. But if your family is the adventurous kind, you might want to step away from Mickey for a few days and try something completely different. How about an airboat ride, taking in vintage plants at the Fantasy Flight museum or scuba diving in the Floride Keys?
Whatever your reason for visiting, our direct flights from the UK to Florida will get you there in style. Book your flight to Florida from London Gatwick or Manchester and with incredible weather all year-round, explore the beauty of the Sunshine State with Virgin Atlantic.
Orlando has lots to offer grown-ups as well as the kids. Explore one of the city's upcoming neighbourhoods or feel your cares melt away at the Ritz Carlton's Grande Lakes Spa. After a hard day's relaxation, head to downtown Orlando's alluring mix of night-time venues, from hip cocktail lounges and stylish wine bars to humble taverns and grungy dive bars.
Miami's mild climate makes it the perfect place for a sunny winter escape. Soak up the rays on Miami Beach, hit Bayside Marketplace for all your souvenir and speciality shops, or marvel at the architecture and grounds at The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. And be sure to head to Little Havana where you'll enjoy some authentic Cuban culture.
With a fantastic mix of historic architecture and modern landmarks, a culture infused with Spanish and Cuban flavours and beautiful waterways, Tampa is a wonderful place to play and unwind. Downtown is alive with parks, including the gorgeous Tampa Riverwalk, trendy bars and restaurants plus amazing restorations of turn-of-the-century buildings.
Fort Lauderdale is nicknamed the ‘Venice of America’ because of its gorgeous canals and waterways. It is a foodie's dream with over 4,000 restaurants and seriously fine dining. Daytona Beach boasts resorts, attractions and most famously, the Daytona International Speedway and the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America. If cars aren't your thing, Daytona's swimming and surfing are glorious all year round.
The Gulf Coast is home to some of the world's best beaches including Clearwater Beach and St. Pete’s Beach. If you love the outdoors you'll love it here, there are water sports aplenty as well as volleyball, horse riding, cycling and golfing. To explore somewhere a bit different why not head to Bradenton, the friendly city, nestled on the beautiful Manatee River.
Theme park heaven
Florida is where the movies come to life, whether you're looking for giant mice or your favourite superhero you'll find them here. The sunshine state's theme parks are packed with world-famous rollercoasters for daredevils to get their adrenaline fix, each one higher, faster and more extreme than the last.
Blessed with 825 miles of beaches to choose from, it’s impossible to resist the calm waters, jaw-dropping sunrises and sunsets, and sand that ranges from powdery smooth and white to hard-packed and dotted with seashells. Florida's beaches are among the best in the world, consistently taking top rankings in international travel publications and listed by beach experts as some of the best in the world.
Of the millions of pictures taken by visitors to Florida, it’s likely most of them were taken outdoors. Florida basks in a subtropical climate where the weather’s never too hot or too cold to head out. The Sunshine State is home to the most amazing natural landscapes and exotic wildlife.