- What to do
Each park has a distinctive theme.
- Magic Kingdom is the “most magical place on earth,” home to the gorgeous castle, princess, and all the nostalgic classics.
- Epcot is two parks in one, technology and future-focused attractions as well as an around the world dining and drinking. This one was my favorite park, I loved how put so many details for the countries to be as real a possible.
- Disney’s Hollywood Studios is fully movie related, as well as the place for all things, there is also two rides a really liked The Tower of terror and Rock ‘n’ Roller Starring Aerosmith.
- Animal Kingdom is a combination animal reserve, international experience. One of the best things about this park is Expedition Everest, it is roller coaster. This park was my least favorite.
- Downtown Disney: there is so much to do and see that you really don’t know where to start. They also have live music, a movie theater, shops, restaurants, and car paddle boats.
2. When to visit
Busy season is when children are out of school, but certain weekends and holidays, like Labor Day. The park is magic around Halloween as well as the holiday season (early November to early January.
3. Decide on a park ticket
Multi-day park hopper tickets are purchase most frequently, but definitely considering if single par-per-day tickets could work best for you.
- Admission to 1 Park per day $107 (Magic Kingdom Park), $99 (Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios or Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park).
- Park Hopper Tickets (includes same-day admission to all 4 theme parks) $162.
4. Where to eat
We made big breakfast in order not to spend a lot of money, we bought snacks while we were at the parks, you can also bring empty bottles of water because there are fountains where you can fill your bottle, you can also bring snacks especially if you have kids.
If you want to have dining reservations I suggest you start early making them, because they open 180 days in advance for Disney parks guests or Walt Disney World hotel resort check-in date, giving Disney hotel guests a small priority when booking reservations for a trip. Credit cards are necessary in order to book, but if you cancel the night before you won’t be charged a $10 per person cancellation fee.
I didn’t know I was going to love Disney so much, it was much more of what I thought it will be. My friends and I had lots of fun. The staff is extra-friend, helpful, and willing to answer questions at any time.
Note: Double check the WDW calendar, so you’ll be able to plan your visit and adjust your schedule accordingly.