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6 Step Planning Guide

A Walt Disney World vacation is truly the stuff that dreams are made of. When you’re ready to make that dream come true, you’ll need a step-by-step plan to navigate all the decisions that come into play. Are you wondering about ADRs? Curious about FastPass+ reservations? Is the thought of transportation and MagicBands making your head spin? You’ve come to the right place! In our exclusive 6 step planning process, we’ll walk you through all the major components of a Walt Disney World trip. By the time you’ve finished these steps, you’ll feel relaxed about the vacation planning process and be well-prepared for the best time of your life. Let’s get started.

Step 1 - When To Go

Step 2 - Where To Stay

Step 3 - Which Parks To Visit On What Day

Step 4 - Where To Dine

Step 5 - Buying Disney Tickets

Step 6 - What To Do

Walt Disney World By Month

There is always something magical going on at Walt Disney World Resort!   Festivals, holidays, marathon weekends, special ticketed events... and the list goes on. There are many factors to consider when you're trying to figure out when to visit the  most magical place on earth.  Our Disney by Month pages will provide you with ample information to assist you in discovering just the right time for you and your companions to visit!

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