Making a trip to Walt Disney World is the dream of many families. While many travel here every year, some are more prepared than others.
In this article, we’ll share some things that you should keep in mind when visiting Walt Disney World.
1) Order tickets online to save time
Of all the experiences that people don’t look forward to at Walt Disney World, lining up to buy tickets has to be one of the worst.
Instead of spending time on rides and having your kids meet their favorite characters, you end up wasting it for upwards of an hour, just to purchase the right to pass through the gates.
Fortunately, you can get your tickets online to avoid queues these days, which will get you through the turnstiles quickly, giving your family the chance to make the most of their day in one of the happiest places on Earth.
2) There is a special Disney shuttle from the airport
Booked accommodations at one of the 27 hotels located on the grounds of Walt Disney World? If you have, you won’t have to worry about getting a rental car if you don’t want to get one, as there is a shuttle bus that runs from arrivals to the front doors of your hotel in Walt Disney World.
Not only will they transport you, but they’ll also take your baggage from the carousel all the way to your room if you arrange for it.
While there are a few of the 27 that don’t participate in the program, the majority of people staying at Disney World will benefit immensely from this service.
3) Leave plenty of time to experience all the parks
The number one mistake that people make when planning a holiday at Walt Disney World is that they fail to grasp how big the parks within its boundaries are.
The Magic Kingdom alone needs at least two full days in order to get properly appreciated, and then there are parks like EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom, and two water parks (Typhoon Lagoon/Blizzard Beach).
If you want to see it all, try to book 1 ½ to 2 weeks for your trip here, as there will be a need to take a break day at some point.
If you can only do a week, be prepared to make sacrifices; if the kids complain about missing out on an attraction, promise them you’ll see it next time. Based on how amazing this destination is, it won’t be long before you’ll be back anyway.