Walt Disney World Parks & Attractions guide.

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1st October 2018

Our 2018/2019 Walt Disney World trip planning guide includes all the tips you need for a vacation, whether you’re a first-timer or regular. We cover how to save money and time, avoid crowds, choose where to eat, which rides to do, and fully plan your Disney itinerary for your Florida vacation.

 

Many first-timers don’t realize Walt Disney World is so complicated until they arrive. The commercials make it look like a carefree world where everyone skips holding hands with Mickey Mouse and walking onto rides. That’s not the reality. You need to plan. There is a ton to know before you visit Walt Disney World. As complicated as planning might seem, the payoff is worth it.

"Our Goal is to Show this entertainment complex that brings together fun, culture, and an unparalleled fellowship of people from around the world to those who have already visited and intend to return, those who are preparing to make their first visit, and also to those who only want to visit in their imagination."

How long you should stay at Walt Disney World depends largely upon the type of trip it is. For the first time visitor, we recommend a Walt Disney World vacation of at least 6 or 7 days. The exact length will still vary a bit depending upon how much vacation time you have and if you plan on visiting non-Disney theme parks or destinations..

 

We've prepared the largest and most comprehensive video guide on Walt Disney Parks & Attraction. Theme Park POV Rides, Attractions, Restaurants, Shopping...

Choose a theme park Disney ticket option that works best for you and your family and start creating magical memories. One-day or multi-day tickets, promotions and discounts in the best attractions for your visit to Orlando.

The Best Walt Disney World Attractions with Short Wait Times.

WHICH ATTRACTIONS TO DO.

Planning an itinerary is a big deal, even for some frequent Walt Disney World guests. Some people create binders, spreadsheets, and schedule each step of the day. The ideal is to pre-plan to some degree, but getting to that point seems unnecessarily stressful, especially since the best plans usually go awry.

 

Having an itinerary, even if loose, is important for first-time visitors, who beat the crowds and avoid long queues. Doing things inefficiently can mean much more time spent in queuing or having to skip attractions altogether if the queues are too long. All you need to develop a basic itinerary with the main attractions for each park. We highly recommend watching our Disney Parks Trip videos and have a rough idea of the attractions you want to do and where you want to book your FastPass +.

WHAT ELSE TO DO.

Your imagination is really the limit here. Most first-time visitors only know the theme parks, Disney Springs and the water parks. That's just the surface of what Walt Disney World has to offer. There are :

 

Annual Disney Races & Marathons; Nature Experiences; Fishing Excursions; Horse-Drawn Excursions and Carriage Rides; ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex; Disney Fitness Centers; Jogging Trails; Disney Golf Courses; Archery Experience; Surfing Lessons; Tennis Lessons; Atlanta Braves; Parasailing/Water Skiing

Other Recreation

WDW Specialty Fireworks Cruises; Resort Marina Boat Rentals; WDW Spa Services; iFly Orlando; Backstage Tours;

 

and much more.

 

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