Orlando is bracing itself for a huge increase in visitors with the recent release of that latest Harry Potter movie, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1. Fans from all over the world have already been visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Orlando's Universal Studios since it was opened earlier this year, however the latest film release combined with a brutal British winter, has got tourists flocking to Florida for some warm sun and a little Potter magic. Fans of the Harry Potter book and film series have been filling movie theaters around the globe, anxious to see the latest release. But for those who want to see more, to go beyond the books and the films, the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Orlando's Universal Studios will let fans visit Hogwarts, taste a butter beer at the tavern and enjoy tons of wizardly fun. As the snow begins to fall in Britain, many tourists of all ages will leave the wintry weather behind and fly across the pond to Florida to immerse themselves in the world of Harry Potter. Flights to Orlando are readily available in the UK, with many airlines offering affordable rates and quality services as well as business class opportunities. Manchester and Glasgow International are just two of the UK airports that are offering flights to the sunshine state, allowing quick travel for British tourists. With many families and adults anxious to explore Harry Potter's world and one of America's top tourist states, additional trips to visit Florida's beach meccas in Miami or Tampa will add some bonus mileage to any well-planned holiday.