How To Do Walt Disney World In 5 Days


Day 2.

You don’t necessarily need to commit your entire day to one single park–especially when the monorails and ferries make inter-park travel so pleasant–but Epcot really does have a lot to see. After all, you’re traveling the world in one day! Every country in Epcot has experiences to offer, from shops to entertainers to 360 CircleVision films, so take your time. The only reservations you should need are for Chef de France–and the only things you should pack are hats, sunscreen and cameras! Character Meet ‘n Greets happen often in certain countries as well, so expect to see Princess Aurora in France and Snow White in Germany–and to check some character photos off your list. You’ll be coming back to Epcot tonight to see IllumiNations, so if you don’t feel like leaving for some rest, stick around and head over to Future World for Soarin’, Ellen’s Energy Adventure, and Living with the Land. Whether or not you spend the whole day at Epcot, be sure to return at night; this is one park where the evening atmosphere transforms visitors’ experiences. Check out 8 Things No One Tells You About Visiting Epcot.

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