Friday 6 July 2018

5 Helpful Websites For Planning A Holiday In Orlando

Before our holiday to Florida last September, I spent ages going over websites, pinterest pins, and YouTube videos to help me plan. I used all of the below sites, either before or during our stay. They all helped pick out things to do, places to eat, and even what fastpasses to pick for Disney!

If you're planning to go to Orlando any time soon, hopefully these site will help you.

WDW Prep School
If you need any sort of information about Disney, this is the best website I have found to help. This helped me decide on when to go, fastpass+ selections, and many other choices. There's a helpful crowd guide for each month, or the year, plus everything you need to know about the rides, food, or hotels.

All Ears
Perfect for the latest news about the going ons in the parks, and about any events. They also have a super helpful restaurant guide, with all the menus and prices - which I poured over each day before we went to a park, so we could figure out what money we would need, and where to eat.

Florida Department Of Transportation
If, like us, you hire a car - you might want to familiarise yourself with the I4. This is the main highway though most of Florida, and Orlando itself. This link part of the website, has all the exits listed, so you can figure out which turning you need in advance! And not do what we did, which is arrive in the early dark evening and not be 100% sure where you're going.

Visit Orlando
A super helpful website for all details about Orlando. Such as malls, attractions, places to eat, and local golfing spots. There's a trip planning section, as well as a discount section, You can spend a lot of time learning about the area and other things to do, that are not just a theme park.

Undercover Tourist
I found this site from their YouTube page, where they show a lot of POV ride videos. Their blog, has a crowd calendar for all the parks, theme park plans, and they even have their own app. You can check out a lot of the theme park news, and even check hotels and car rentals via the site.

Hope you find these helpful if you're thinking of planning a trip to Orlando. Honestly, that I4 exits chart would have been so incredibly helpful when we went! What sites do you use to plan a holiday? Let me know! Hope you have a great day and keep safe :)

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  1. I love how I lived near Orlando and then in Clearwater for 3 years and yet every time I see your Orlando posts I always want to go back or plan a trip like a tourist again! It is such a fun place to explore and fits my organised persona well, as I love planning, especially when it comes to Disney. My husband and I love Disney days and organizing fast passes and food! :)

    Happy Sunday!
    Kelly xx

    1. I would love to have lived there, or just visit more often! I miss it so much. I love organising and planning it too - Disney was so easy to plan out and made the day run smoothly :) xx


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