It’s known as the “happiest place on Earth” for a reason! Disney World continues to be one of the most-visited attractions across America; however, while many travelers have vacationed at the theme park resorts, some still are on the fence. After all, is it worth the time, stress, lineups, and money? The answer to that question is a resounding, “yes!” Here are 5 reasons why:
Walt Disney World Isn’t Only For Kids
Of course, many potential travelers assume that Walt Disney Word is the “ultimate” family vacation, and they aren’t wrong, but it also truly is a destination for all ages.
While there are plenty of rides and attractions geared toward children, there are also a ton of entertainment options and accommodations designed for teens, adults, and seniors.
From thrilling roller coasters to a behind-the-scenes Disney tour where you can see how the magic is created, there are also many choices for fun “adult” eating and drinking establishments at night (past a child’s bedtime), plus, there are theatre shows at Disney Springs, golf courses, and so much more. There’s certainly something for everyone in your family to have a “magical” time; regardless of how old they are!
See The World In One Day
Where else can someone travel across the globe in a matter of hours? Disney’s Epcot features the World Showcase, highlighting eleven different countries along a 1.3-mile path, totaling 40 acres across the theme park. The area offers authentic architecture, arts, entertainment, food, drinks, and culture for the following nations:
• United Kingdom
• United States
No Need To Worry About Transportation
When you visit Disney World in Florida and stay at one of its resorts, there’s no need to worry about getting to and from the four theme parks they have in Orlando. Disney offers free transportation in the form of monorails, boats, buses, as well as the Disney Skyliner. Not only it is fun to travel to and from your hotel to Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom, and Hollywood Studio, but you also save on costs from renting a car during your vacation.
Stay At One Resort, Enjoy Them All
In addition to complimentary transportation, when you stay at a Walt Disney World resort, you are welcome to visit the many other Disney resort hotels during your stay. It’s worth taking a day off from visiting the theme parks to “resort hop”. Some Disney World resort hotels have unique amenities like a private beach, incredibly lavish pools, fine dining restaurant options, water slides, spa options, and more.
The Overall Experience
Walk into any Disney theme park or character dining event, and you are transported into an “experience”. The actors never waiver out of character during interactions, and most times, visitors feel like they are in a different world. It’s easy for both children and adults to be swept away in the magic and experience, during their vacation as Disney literally pulls out all the “stops” to keep people “in the moment”. One can look at the full nightly fireworks display at Magic Kingdom and Epcot to see that Disney truly offers a story to their theme park experience that captivates anyone who walks through their entrance doors.