Ok we’ll admit it, we love Disney. We love their movies, we love their characters, we love their music, but most of all we love their attractions.
Whether you call it the Magic Kingdom or The Happiest Place on Earth, Disney World is a definite favorite. For nearly 45 years this park and resort in Orlando, FL has been growing, expanding, and improving. So even if you’ve been in the past, it might be time for a visit again.
Mickey and Minnie, still looking good after all these years
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While Disney World might be most well known as a family attraction that’s great for kids, and it is, you might be surprised by how much fun adults can have here too.
Of course no visit is complete without seeing the iconic favorites like Main Street, Cinderella’s Castle, Epcot, and Space Mountain, but you shouldn’t stop there.
Spend time with your favorite princesses and princes at Fantasyland, or if you prefer Rey and Finn to Belle and Beast, then plan your trip around one of their new Star Wars Weekends. Who knows who you might get to have a lightsaber battle with?
And while everyone wants to get their picture with their favorite character, it tends to be tough, so we suggest you book a meal to dine with them instead. It’s an experience that you’ll never forget without the hassle.
For something a little different you’ve got to check out the Kilimanjaro Safari or try your hand at whitewater rafting on the Koli River Rapids ride. Even though these aren’t character-driven attractions, Disney puts their stamp of quality on them and they provide a fun diversion for every member of your group.
Not the actual Pride Rock, but it’s about as close as you’ll get
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Once the day of photo ops and rides are done, stay up for the night parade and fireworks before taking in one of the countless performances based on their beloved movies.
However if you want the Disney experience, but also want to see a bit of the world, then we very highly recommend taking a Disney Cruise. The quality and service is always stellar, surprising even the most selective cruise enthusiasts.
Aside from their always pristine ships and positive, service-oriented attitudes, Disney cruises offer fantastic entertainment like world-class musicals, more adult and kid activates than you could ever complete in one cruise, and a plethora of dining options with everything from fun snacks for picky kids to gourmet meals in high-end restaurants.
Who wouldn’t want a little extra magic on their cruise?
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Naturally there are delightful Disney touches everywhere, from the interior design to themed parties. Feel like royalty when you have tea with Cinderella, or enjoy pirate-inspired festivities that would even make Captain Hook proud.
Now with new itineraries to Alaska, Europe, and the Caribbean being scheduled for 2017, this might be the perfect time to combine your love of Disney with your love of travel.
So whether you’re dreaming Disney for the family, a large group, or even an intimate honeymoon, we’d love to help!
For more information on how to make your next trip Disneyfied, contact one of our travel experts at 614-237-4488 or firstname.lastname@example.org today.