1. Visit the Must-See Attractions
You probably already know what attractions the Disney Parks offer, but if you’re as forgetful as Dory then you should re-familiarize yourself with them through the official website. In a nutshell, though, classic rides like “it’s a small world” and Pirates of the Caribbean are musts. And most major events, the latest Star Wars experiences and Pandora – The World of Avatar are simply unmissable.
Universal Orlando Resort is a “whole new world” of magic (yes, Disney-puns apply to non-Disney places, too). For starters, there’s The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, the all-new Fast & Furious – Supercharged attraction and Marvel Superhero Island. And don’t miss Jurassic Park River Adventure as it’s sadly going extinct (okay, it's actually being upgraded to the “Jurassic World Ride“ some time in 2019).
Dividing your time between both of these resorts means you’ll get the most out of their theme parks. There are other things to take note of, too, like the My Disney Experience app. With features such as FastPass+ bookings you’ll save buckets of time (and don’t forget the line-skipping Universal Express ticket), meaning you can head over to the next resort even earlier!