It’s official, we’ve made it to June! We’re getting into the hottest part of the year and we’re about to start seeing summertime crowds at Disney World.
If you’re planning a trip to Disney World, we’re sure you’ve heard LOTS of advice.
It’s all well-meaning — and most of it is solid, too! But here at DFB, we’re constantly bringing you the latest Disney World tips. It’s what we do! That means we’ve heard the good and the bad and everything in between!. If you hear any of these 6 tips while you’re planning your vacation, do us a favor and don’t listen. We’ve got some better advice for you to follow instead! Then, you’ll be well on your way to crushing Disney like a pro.
If you’re mostly used to reading DFB articles, then you may not know that we have some awesome content over on YouTube!
Our videos are great for helping you plan a magical Disney vacation, and they’ll be ESPECIALLY helpful in 2021! With tons of changes like health and safety precautions, the Disney Park Pass system, and a modified version of Park Hopping returning in January, you definitely don’t want to be left in the dark. There are also several new attractions and restaurants coming soon, so planning your visit to Disney World will likely be more complicated than in the past. Don’t worry though, we’ve compiled a list of 10 DFB videos to help you plan your 2021 Disney World vacation like a pro!
Have you ever wondered why some people have it waaay better at Disney World? Is it MAGIC?
No, friends — it’s because some people are privy to a little expert knowledge you might not know about!
It’s time to think about planning for Epcot’s International Food and Wine Festival, and if you’re like a lot of Walt Disney World guests, you’re trying to decide if you want to brave the crowds in order to graze the grub. We get it: Food and Wine isn’t for everyone.
Here is some food for thought about Epcot’s International Food and Wine Festival to help you decide if it’s right for you!
1. Epcot’s International Food and Wine Festival draws big crowds.
If you love swimming upstream (both ways) in a sea of human beings, we have good news! Food and Wine draws huge crowds to Epcot’s World Showcase (in particular) and the rest of the park. This can create an energetic and festive atmosphere that’s tailor made for those who thrive on being around other like-minded foodies and celebrants.