Visiting Disney World, Florida – Do Your Research

Visiting Disney World, Florida – Do Your Research

You may have been on a lot of family holidays before, you may have even visited large theme parks before, but let us assure you that absolutely nothing compares to the sheer size of Disney World, Florida.

With this in mind, it is absolutely crucial that you do your homework before making the trip. The size of the theme park is equivalent to the city of San Francisco and with a whopping 30, 000 hotel rooms, you need to treat this vacation as if you’re headed to a different capital city, somewhere in the far corners of the world.

The theme park is well known for its attractions, obviously, and whilst it may seem like the right thing to do to research all the fun things you’re going to see and do, it’s probably a better idea to try to get to grips with the infrastructure.

The theme park even has freeways running through the heart of it. There are so many things that you can ‘do your homework on’ that you could spend a full year planning the trip, and experience tells us that the more you plan, the better your stay will be and the more you’ll be able to pack in to your stay.

You need to find out which parks will be the busiest, and when, as well as taking into consideration things like the weather and whether or not you’ll have any jetlag to contend with.

There is always the possibility that a particular area of the park is undergoing a face lift as well, meaning that you should do your homework on when and where these refurbishments and upgrades are taking place, to ensure you don’t end up with disappointed faces on arrival.

Other things to do your homework on include places to eat and drink throughout the day, as when you’re out and about or caught up in the thick of the action, it can be useful and grounding to have a place and a time in mind for when and where you’re going to refuel and relax.

Some people might lean towards telling you that you don’t need to research, or maybe that leaving everything to chance might make for a more magical experience. Whilst this is certainly a romantic way of looking at it, doing your homework is a much safer way of ensuring that you and your family get the most out of your trip.

You wouldn’t go to a new city without doing your homework, and you definitely wouldn’t go to a new country without doing your homework, so it should follow that you do your homework before visiting Disney World, as this is a whole new world.

With the world at your fingertips online, use a combination of Disney’s own material as well as reviews and reflections to inform your decisions and help you go on holiday equipped with all the vital information you need to know.

Remember, this trip is supposed to be the trip of a lifetime, and so if homework makes you shudder, reframe it as research.

This is useful to know when traveling to Florida

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