Disney Trip Planning


If you’re looking to plan a Disney trip, you’ve come to the right place. Here we have vacation planning guides for Walt Disney World, Disneyland, and Disneyland Paris. Soon, we’ll have guides for Tokyo Disney Resort and Hong Kong Disneyland, too!

These guides will help you plan every step of your visit, from pricing out hotels and airfare to using transportation efficiently and saving money on souvenirs. While they are a bit of reading, spending a couple hours of time with these free guides will save you hours of headaches on vacation and will make your trip stress-free…or as close to stress-free as possible. Each of the guides has links to additional posts that offer more detailed information about particular subjects. Click those links if you need to know more about anything!

Trip Planning Guides:

Walt Disney World Trip Planning Guide
Disneyland Trip Planning Guide
Disneyland Paris Trip Planning Guide
Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea Trip Planning Guide
Hong Kong Disneyland Trip Planning Guide
Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa Trip Planning Guide

Hope these help! If you have any questions, leave them in the comments here (or on those particular guides). We receive email notifications when a comment is left, and we try our best to respond to all questions.

In addition to our Disney trip planning resources, we have some other guides that we’ve written in response to questions received on many of our Disney trip reports. In those, we receive comments along the lines of: “you guys look like you have fun touring the parks.” A lot of these comments and questions are more specific, with two especially popular ones being, “where did Sarah get [insert article of clothing or footwear here], it looks so beautiful!” and “what time of [insert name of camera, lens, or other photography equipment here] use in the parks?”

We reluctantly concede that we do have a lot of fun when we tour the parks, and that’s because we think we enable ourselves to do that by planning and doing things right. Trips are a lot more fun when you plan properly: if you wear comfortable shoes, bring delicious and energizing snacks, read the right books to prepare for your trips, or use the right apps. To that end, we’ve created a series of Trip Planning Guides wherein we will give the DTB “Brick of Approval” (this may sound bad, but Bricker is our last name, so it’s really a good thing, we swear!) to various things we use to help us maximize our fun-quotient while visiting the parks!

The Transportation and Ticket Center at Walt Disney World offers one of the best viewing places of the Wishes! fireworks show. The bursts appear larger than life here, and best of all, you can watch the fireworks for FREE here!Other WDW Freebies: http://www.disneytouristblog.com/free-things-disney-world/

“Stuff” Guides:

Sarah’s Guide to Dresses and Park Attire
Tom’s Camera, Lens, and Assorted Photography Gear Guide
Sarah & Tom’s Unique Packing List for Disney

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Your Thoughts…

If you are a Walt Disney World or Disneyland veteran, what planning tips would you offer? If you’re a first-timer, is there anything else you’d like to know? Please share your thoughts in the comments.

5 Responses to “Disney Trip Planning”

  1. maureen says:

    Our family (2 adult-2 kids,10 yrs old) is wanting to visit mult parks from 9/26-9/30. We love rides, Sea World, and some shows. Need hotel and car (maybe). Any suggestion?

  2. Bonnie says:

    My family.cant wait to go back in nov

  3. Carey says:

    This may sound like a strange question but how do you go about planning your trips to Disney in China/Japan?
    I’ve booked my other trips online but I’m really struggling to find information on the parks outside of Europe and America.

  4. Raul says:

    HELLO!! Do you guys still give tips?!?! Im going for my Disneymoon end of march and we are going for 10 days, 8 days in the parks. I wanted to get some info on how to plan everything out right and not get overwhelmed or do to much.

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