Universal Orlando Resort and Wizarding World of Harry Potter Tips For Travellers Podcast #237

Join me, Gary Bembridge from TipsForTravellers.com, as I take you to Universal Orlando Resort and the Wizarding World of Harry Potter USA and share my ten top Tips For Travellers. In the podcast I share observations, need-to-know about Universal Orlando including its history, overall advice and then tips on must-see and must-do to get the most of it.

In the show I cover the following top tips:

  1. Two-Park Pass.
  2. Fast Pass.
  3. Start at Universal Studios and Wizarding World of Harry Potter Diagonal Alley.
  4. Check out the Night Bus and then go to Kings Cross to Catch the Hogwarts express to Hogsmede.
  5. Have something to eat at the Hogs Head / Three Broomsticks (make sure you try the Butter Beer which tastes like ice cream and is very yummy).
  6. Do the rides there, including the Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey.
  7. Spend the rest of the afternoon in Islands of Adventure focused on working your way around the park in a circle ending back at Hogshead and do some of the following: Jurrasic Park River Adventure, Pteranodon Flyers, Dudley Do-rights’s Ripsaw Falls, King Kong and Spiderman 4-D ride.
  8. Head back to Universal on Hogswart express and go to Transformers 3-D, Simpsons Ride, Rock It Rollercoaster, Despicable me and Shrek 4-D.
  9. Download there App.
  10. City Walk.
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Gary Bembridge

I grew up in Zimbabwe, but I have been based in London since 1987. My travel life spans more than three decades and that includes more than 95 cruises. In 2005, I launched Tips for Travellers to make it easy and fun for people to discover, plan and enjoy incredible cruise vacations. And the rest, as they say, is history. I have the largest cruise vlogger channel currently on YouTube, with more than 2 million video views per month.

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