Walt Disney World Resort, Orlando
Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
The world's largest vacation resort, Walt Disney World Resort features four theme parks, two water parks, five golf courses, and a sprawling shopping and entertainment area. The most visited resort on the planet, this vast entertainment complex attracts more than 50 million visitors each year. Developed by Walt Disney in the 1960s, the complex is now a self-contained city spread over an area of at least 171 sq km (66 sq mi). There are 24 on-site hotels. Grab a free resort map to plan out your days and evenings, balancing out shopping and entertainment with adrenaline-inducing roller-coaster escapades and calmer rides. Skip the long lines by purchasing your ride and show tickets in advance, and save money by making your dining reservations online. A visit to Walt Disney World Resort represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Orlando vacation planner to plot your vacation.
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The light show and fireworks are more amazing than i ever could of imagined, just magical. I found a day was no where near enough time to explore the whole of magic kingdom. Loved main street and the ... read more »
So much fun at the parks. We spent a day at each park. The Magic Kingdom is always so beautiful and brings out the child in you. This visit I brought my two small grand children. They had a magical ti... read more »
Plan on spending the entire day at Walt Disney World. The lines are typically long so, wear comfortable attire and walking shoes, bring bottled water and sunscreen. We pack fruit to snack on during th... read more »
Walt Disney World is the most magical place in the world... I've been here many times as a kid, and when I returned yesterday, I cried tears of joy. Words cannot express how much I love all six parks, it truly must be experienced in order to understand my point of view. I wish I could add more stars to my rating. Best vacation destination in the world!
Just incredibly impressive all the way around. Beautiful, fun, almost overpoweringly entertaining. It's tempting to say, "But what's the point? Why am I spending all this money? For what?" Best to put all that aside and just appreciate what's there.
This is our third visit to Disney and has been our best. There are so many things to do, and using the app for fastpasses is great. The staff are always so friendly and helpful, and the small details really make the experience so good, even down to little things to keep the kids entertained in the queues. Simply wonderful.
It is Disney which is always fun, but the staff were on average pretty awful. There were some cast members that were amazing and full of the Disney enthusiasm but not many. I'm not sure if that had to do with us going at the end of the season and everyone being burnt out. The Pop Century hotel was great, rooms were clean and beds were serviceable. Staff was friendly, helpful, and competent. The Disney transportation between resorts and parks can feel very slow, it usually takes about 40-60 minutes to travel between each location. We had most fun as a family at the Magic Kingdom and Epcot.
My family and I will not return to Disney World. It definitely wasn't worth the money we spent. The advertisement for Disney World is false. We only seen 2 characters and had to wait in line 30-45 minutes to do so. The food was over priced. For a hot dog, a pretzel, & 2 drinks I spent $22. I'm just really upset that my family and I drove 9 hours and did not have fun at Disney World. I suggest take your money to a local theme park or water park to get your money worth. We had more fun at a local theme park for cheaper and waited at the most 5 minutes to get on the rides.
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