A Magical Day at Disney: Family Fun in Florida

One of the reasons why Disney is so magical is because it offers something for everyone in the family. From young children to adults, there is always something to do at Disney. And, of course, no trip to Disney would be complete without a visit to one of the many iconic theme parks. Wanna see an example of how your day could look like? Check it out:

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7-9 a.m. Grab your breakfast

Walking a lot? Fuel up with a substantial breakfast, so you or the kids don’t get hangry later. You can always take advantage of breakfast buffets.

10 a.m. Head to Disneyโ€™s Hollywood Studios

The Park Hopper Option is great when you’re short on time and want to visit multiple parks. You can go back and forth between Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Parks. Plus, from the Dolphin hotel, you can take a free boat ride to Hollywood Studios!

The must-sees at Hollywood Studios are Star Tours โ€” The Adventures Continue, a flight-motion simulator that takes you into space with Star Wars characters in digital 3-D, and the Rock โ€™nโ€™ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith. Set to the bandโ€™s music, this ride is in the dark; feel free to sing along!

1 p.m. Having an awesome lunch on the BoardWalk

Disney’s BoardWalk is a dining and shopping area located near Epcot and Hollywood Studios. You can either take a boat or walk to get there. Once you’re there, try some of the delicious pizza or enjoy the outdoors at Big River Grille & Brewing Works.

3:30 p.m. Take a walk to Epcot

The BoardWalk on the way to Epcot is lovely and much less crowded than the bus or monorail because everyone else takes those. And don’t miss the new ride, Soarin’! (Try sitting in the front row for an even better experience.) If you are traveling with others who haven’t been on Spaceship Earth yet, definitely do it. You’ll come out of it with a funny digital souvenir of your trip only if you go on it.

4:30 p.m. Cocktail and Queso Time

La Cava del Tequila in the Mexico Pavilion has the best chips and guacamole, as well as margaritas. In fact, their margaritas are not just good for Walt Disney World standards – they’re good compared to any other restaurant.

6 p.m. Take a tour of the World

Take a leisurely stroll around Epcot’s World Showcase. Mexico’s Gran Fiesta Tour Starring the Three Caballeros is nothing in comparison. Spend some time browsing at Japan’s Mitsukoshi Department Store.

7:00 p.m. Grab a Delicious Dinner in Morocco

Epcot is home to many restaurants, but if you’re looking for an authentic experience with great food and live entertainment, Morocco Pavilion should be your go-to. Restaurant Marrakesh offers delicious couscous dishes with vegetables, and there’s always something happening at the pavilion with music and dancing. And when it’s time to leave Epcot, don’t forget to pick up some souvenirs from the unique stores in the Morocco Pavilion!

8:30 p.m. Watch the Light Show

It’s time to see IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth! If you’ve already seen it, check out the new projection show at Magic Kingdom, Celebrate the Magic. While you’re there, take a ride on some of the classic attractions like Haunted Mansion and Pirates of the Caribbean. If it happens to be a regular fireworks night, consider watching them from inside Contemporary Resort or, better yet, on board an empty monorail during the show. Sit back and enjoy the view as you glide by.

Because you’re not traveling alone, we have created a short guide on how to prepare for your trip to Disney World with your family. Check it out here:

What to pack for a family trip to Disney World

Be sure to bring comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, hats, and light layers of clothing. You’ll also want to pack snacks and drinks for the kids, as well as some cash for souvenirs. And don’t forget your camera to capture all the memories!

How to get around

Booking an Orlando car service will make getting around a breeze. With your own private chauffeur, you can avoid the hassle of renting a car and navigating heavy traffic. Plus, your chauffeur will be able to take you to all the best places in Orlando, including Disney World!

Where to stay

There are many great hotels near Disney World, but we recommend staying at one of the on-site resorts. That way, you’ll have easy access to the parks and can take advantage of the extra amenities that they offer. Plus, there’s nothing quite like waking up in the Magic Kingdom!

When to go

The best time to visit Disney World is during the off-season, which typically runs from early September to mid-November and again from January to early March. Not only will the parks be less crowded, but you’ll also find better deals on hotels and airfare.

Now that you know all the best tips for visiting Disney World with your family start planning your trip today! And don’t forget to book your professional car service so you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride.

Krystal | Sunny Sweet Days
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