Photo Credit: disneyworld.disney.go.com When someone says “dream vacation”, it’s hard not to picture Disney World or Universal Studios. Considered two of the most popular destinations in the U.S., they are a must-visit for families. One of our Family Travel producers recently had the pleasure of visiting Orlando, Florida, with her family, and is ready to
In Celebrity Travel Chat with Colleen Kelly, Colleen interviews fellow travel experts and celebrities about their areas of expertise and their own personal passion for exploring the world. Name: Liliane Opsomer, author of “The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World with Kids 2018” Occupation: Guidebook writer and blogger Passion: I am passionate about travel, fairies,
Visiting Walt Disney World can be overwhelming. You want to experience the classics, of course, but I also recommend incorporating these hidden gems into your day.
If you’re contemplating a trip to Walt Disney World, consider going this fall and treating your taste buds to the flavors of the world during the 20th Annual Epcot® International Food and Wine Festival.
When you’re vacationing at Walt Disney World, you have seemingly endless options for food, beverages and dining themes. Choosing what and where to eat can be the hardest part of your trip, especially when you’re trying to please family members with different tastes.
With spring break approaching fast, are you thinking about making your kids’ Disney dreams come true? If so, this is the time to start planning, especially if you want to stay on property at one of the popular Disney World resorts.
There’s a winter wonderland of lights, holiday scents are in the air, and amazing special activities are abundant! Yep! It must be the holidays at Walt Disney World — when the parks and resorts are transformed to be more magical than ever.
If you’re planning a trip to Disney World but think you can’t afford to stay on property, think again. Resorts in the Value category offer many creative amenities for a much lower price.