10 Essential Steps to Planning Your Disney World Vacation

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9. Decide how long you’ll stay

This is one of the things that may be determined for you by your budget, commitments at home or school schedules. If not, though, how many days do you plan to stay? Are you going to want to squeeze in some other activities on the way to Florida and back, or are you maximizing your days at Disney by only visiting Disney parks? There are four theme parks at Walt Disney World, and you’ll want to leave time for visiting Disney Springs or taking a morning to spend at the pool. We typically stay 7 nights, and we have found this to be just enough time there with our kids. If you can stay longer, there’s plenty of things to do and you definitely won’t be bored. If you can only stay a few nights, you can certainly see and do many things even with a short amount of time. Before you proceed with planning, though, you’ll need to decide the length of your stay. 

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