Bookings to Orlando and its Disney theme parks rose by almost a third in the first two months of the year, a specialist operator to Florida claims.
The 30% increase over the same period in 2016 was achieved by Ocean Florida.
Head of marketing, Sabrina Hamilton, said: “We’ve seen a spike in sales to Orlando, and specifically Disney resort holidays, as Brits prepare to head to the Sunshine State.
“It appears that a trip to Florida to visit Mickey and friends is more popular than ever, as Brits try to block out the double whammy of continuing uncertainty over Brexit, and the furore sounding the 45th president of the USA.”
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