St. Patrick’s Day in Orlando Florida
It must be the luck of the Irish because St. Patrick’s Day falls on a weekend in 2019! A perfect time to enjoy all the holiday festivities with your friends and family. From pub crawls to brunch cruises, there’s no shortage of entertaining ways to enjoy yourself while still saving money in the Orlando, FL area.
While Orlando offers tons of fun year-round, we have even more to offer over the St. Patrick’s Day weekend. Be sure to check out Carnival’s Booze Cruise, where they’ll be offering an all-inclusive brunch cruise that starts with boarding at 1 pm. Ticket prices for the brunch cruise range from $10 to $125, so you can have a lot of fun without spending a lot of money.
You won’t want to miss eating at Raglan Road in Disney Springs™. The folks at Raglan Road are proud to claim they are a genuine Irish pub and feature not only Irish cuisine, but also Irish music and dancing.
Looking for a traditional pub crawl? Orlando has a tradition of the St. Practice Day Pub Crawl that falls on Saturday, March 16, this year. It gives you and your loved ones a chance to “practice” enjoying yourselves, so that you will be rehearsed and ready for the real St Patrick’s Day on March 17.
To learn more about the many entertainment offerings for the St. Patrick’s Day weekend around Orlando, Florida, be sure to visit here and read here for golf information.
When you’re ready to relax after a day of fun, one of the smartest ways to stretch your vacation dollar is to rent a home in the Orlando, Florida area with your family and friends. There are many advantages to finding a rental home instead of getting a hotel room.
- Enjoy more space and more privacy.
You will undoubtedly get more space when you get a vacation rental, whether you choose a rental home or rental condominium. These homes will offer you the advantages of a full kitchen and multiple bedrooms, as well as a family room and dining area.
- Avoid the crowd.
While we all enjoy the energy of being around tons of people when we are going to a sporting event or theme park, it’s also nice to leave the crowd behind at the of the day.
- Save on food.
With a vacation rental home, you have flexibility in how you feed your family; you can enjoy an evening out by going to the latest restaurant or pub, but at least you’re not stuck with eating out as your only option. If you feel like it, you can stay in and make a quick breakfast before hitting the links or conquering Disney for the day. Preparing meals at your home away from home not only will save you money, but it’s also healthier and more convenient.
- Many rental homes and rental condos in the Orlando area are pet-friendly.
Although you will want to check details regarding bringing your furry family member on your travels, many vacation rentals will offer a yard area and allow you to bring your pet. Even if the home you’ve chosen does not allow pets, that doesn’t mean you should not bring the pet along.
- Vacation rental properties
Offer convenient locations at better rates than you will find if you stay at a hotel.
With these tips on hand, your Spring Break holiday in Orlando, Florida is sure to be a good time. Remember that this St Patricks Day, on Sunday, March 17th, we all get to have fun and be Irish for the day!