About the location
Disney World (aka "The Happiest Place on Earth") is a once in a life time trip to Florida that most families take and with the entire area that Disney World takes up being larger than San Francisco, there is a lot to do! No matter you age, there is something for everyone and you get to feel like a kid again as well as like a pro with any of The Female Abroad's travel guides. Plus in 2022, Disney World turned 50 and the Disney company is turning 100 in 2023 so there is no better time to go!
Get the most of your visit to EPCOT
There is so much to do and not enough time to do it all. Use this guide to make it feel like you had a full, satisfying visit.
This is EPCOT ONLY
Can't make it to the other parks? Focus just on what you can so you don't get FOMO.
In this guide you can expect:
- General information: packing lists, entry requirements, and more
- Transportation: from / to the airport, around the parks
- EPCOT: festivals, closest hotels, attractions, and more
- Trip enhancements: what is worth the cost and what they mean
- Dining: food challenge, where to dine, etc
- Look like a Pro: tips and tricks that will make you look like you've been here before!
- Disney World with a Disability: DAS pass, using park transit, etc
- and more!
What is the difference between the Ultimate Orlando & Disney World and this one?
This itinerary just focuses on one park where as the Ultimate itinerary features all four parks, Orlando, and spending time at the Disney resorts. The Ultimate also goes into how to book your trip, a variety of cost savings, activities and more that are not found in the individual park itineraries. If you have not booked your trip yet, I would highly recommend getting the Ultimate Orlando & Disney World instead.
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Emily, The Female Abroad
Emily, The Female Abroad, is a world traveller who has worked in a variety of travel & hospitality positions before getting run over by a car. This experience forged a new path where she now passionately shares her wealth of knowledge to make travel not only more accessible but also by creating travellers, not tourists via her website, podcast (Incurable Wanderlust), and her social media channels. She also provides copywriting, photos & articles for various publications. Recent works: TheFemaleAbroad.com/links