So you’re thinking about planning a Walt Disney World vacation? About a year ago I was in the same boat. I frequently visit Disneyland but had no idea where to even start in my planning process since it is so much different than Disneyland. I had read a ton of blogs and consulted friends that had previously visited but was still feeling a little bit lost.
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After visiting two times in the last year I feel confident in how to plan out my time and transportation. I’m planning to write some blogs on specific experiences and strategies for Walt Disney World in the coming weeks. However, if you’re still in an exploratory phase and aren’t sure what information you’ll need I highly recommend getting a guidebook to get you started.
I’ve been a fan of Lonely Planet for years and have used their guides for many international destinations so I was excited to see that they now have a Walt Disney World edition of their guides! They offer it in hard copy or ebook format (and offer a discount if you buy both together!) They’ve always been my go-to guide and the information they have about their destinations is always easy to follow.
If you’re looking for even more information or specific information there’s a ton of guidebooks available on Amazon worth checking out as well.
And be sure to keep your eye on my blog in the next few weeks as I post my Walt Disney World experience from my most recent trip!
See you in the parks and happy planning!
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