Things to know about Walt Disney World Resort

Walt Disney World Resort is the most popular resort in the world, visited by over 52million-excited guests traveling from all over the world, each year.  From its inception in 1971 to the present day Walt Disney World has grown from strength to strength. It now features 4 theme parks (Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Epcot), 2 water parks (Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon and Disney’s Blizzard Beach), golf courses, 28 Walt Disney run hotels and resorts spread over 5 resort areas (Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Wide World of Sports, Animal Kingdom and Disney Springs) and much more, making it the pinnacle resort of Disney’s worldwide enterprise. Boasting the number 1 theme park resort in ‘The Theme Park Capital of the World’, there is more than enough fun to be had by all the family.

Themed on Disney productions, it gives everyone a chance to meet all their favorite childhood characters up close and personal.

Attractions – With all 4 theme parks in Disney World Orlando being ranked in the top 10 theme parks in the world, there are more than enough rides to cater to everyone’s thrill seeking levels. For the adrenaline junkie’s head to ‘The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror’, ‘Mission: Space’, ‘Summit Plummet’, ‘Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster starring Aerosmith’ and ‘Expedition Everest’ to name a few. If the kids are the priority then look to visit ‘Turtle Talk with Crush’, ‘The Seas with Nemo and Friends’, ‘Dumbo the Flying Elephant’, ‘It’s a Small World’ and ‘Peter Pans Flight’.

These are just a fraction of the rides Disney provides which cater for small children. That said if guests are looking for fun and excitement all the family can enjoy then the following are a must; ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’, ‘The Haunted Mansion’, ‘Avatar Flight of Attraction’, ‘Star Tours – The Adventures Continue’ and ‘Fantasmic’.

Accommodation – All of the 28 Walt Disney owned on site hotels and resorts are housed on 1 of 5 of Walt Disney Worlds resort areas, categorized into 4 different types (Disney Vacation Club Villas, Moderate, Value and Deluxe). Those looking for ultimate luxury should look to stay at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa considered the most luxurious resort on Walt Disney World Resort.

Transportation – Guests to Walt Disney World can enjoy free transport around the entire complex using a variety of methods. With its varied terrain visitors can use The Disney World Monorail, buses and a various mode of watercraft ranging from water taxis to ferries.

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