Disney World Tips
Disney World truly has something to offer any and every traveler. But there are a few decisions to make when traveling to Disney World: when to go, where to stay and what package will best suit your needs.
Carefully crafted, Disney World caters to the young and the young at heart! For families with young children, you can watch the little ones' faces light up when they see their favorite characters for the first time. For the couple without children, relive the memories of your childhood and explore this magical world together. For the grandparents traveling with the entire family, be a part of lifetime memories!
Going to Disney World in the summer months and holidays will be the most crowded and the most expensive, not to mention how hot it can get in the summer. If you are able to go in the off-season - like fall or spring (excluding spring break) - you will find savings and fewer lines to wait in.
When deciding on a resort, make sure to choose an on-site resort rather than an off-site hotel that is further away and does not have near the amenities that a Disney resort can provide! There are resorts to fit any budget. Just ask your travel agent for assistance.
When considering park passes and meals, keep in mind that Disney offers many choices, and you need to decide what will work for you. You can select a base ticket and see one park per day of your stay or choose a park hopper that will allow access to multiple parks in a single day.
There are a few dining plans that you can select from, as well. There is a culinary experience around every corner of Disney World, and you want to be prepared to save as much money as you can with a meal plan. Most plans will save 30% or more!
Most important, make sure to allow at least five to seven days to visit Disney World if you can. And once you go, you will want to come back and make new memories. Yes, it’s that exciting!
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