The Unofficial Guide to Disney World

The Unofficial Guide To Disney World

When you are planning a trip to Disney World it is really important to get as much information as you can. Not only does it give you an idea of what to expect from the Happiest Place on Earth but it will also save you time and money once you get there. Planning your trip can be a lot of fun too – involve the whole family in looking forward to the trip and you will get so much more out of it.

But which is the best Disney World vacation guide book? If you want a very comprehensive guide then check out The Unofficial Guide Walt Disney World 2009. This is the most comprehensive guide book available. There is a good reason why it has sold so well. It is well written, well researched, and has a lot of reader input.

The Unofficial Guide is huge. If you like a lot of information then this is the one for you. But others feel it is actually too much information. Don’t get this for a quick overview. It covers a lot of ground such as where to stay and eat, and has a summary of each of the rides. Many readers find the touring plans very useful too. If you are looking for the most comprehensive Disney World guide book then this is the one for you.

My other favorite is The Complete Walt Disney World 2009. I like this book as it has a lot of information (not as much as the Unofficial Guide) but it really does have a lot of the basic things that you need to know about Disney World. Also I love the pictures. You really can’t fail but to get excited about your Disney vacation as soon as you open this book.

There are many other Disney World guide books out there too. Some are general guides, others concentrate on Disney World with kids, Disney World Dining, Healthy Eating at Disney World. You name it someone has written a Disney World book about it! So to help you sort through what is available check out my free guide:

Disney World Guide Books

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Beverly - August 3, 2009

Hey Allison, I just wanted to let you know how apprecative I am of yor info. Our trip want happen to July-Aug. of 2010 and I would surely appreciate all the money and time saving info that you have. We have found a Resort (but its of Disney property) for a bout 79.00 a night that includes 2 bedrooms and a kitchen because I’m planning on cooking 2 meals a day Also since we driving our car do they have parking pass for week.

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