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Ideas for one day trip to Disney

 

     IDEA FOR ONE DAY TRIP TO DISNEY 

      Our park itineraries for Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Tokyo, Paris, and beyond provide step by step touring plans with efficient strategy for 1-day and multi-day visits. These plans-of-attack help avoid crowds, minimize time in line, and cover everything from attractions to restaurants to quiet places to stop and enjoy the ambiance. We also have some multi-day plans for parks that require more time, like Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World.

    Our patented (not really) park strategy guides are unlike most theme park itineraries that you’ll find. These are not focused solely on efficiency. We believe there’s more to theme parks, and Disney’s parks should also be enjoyed for the wonderful atmosphere and sense of place that separates them from other theme and amusement parks. Of course, efficiency is important, too, so we make sure to order experiences in a way that minimizes waiting in lines. (“I love waiting in lines!” ~said no one, ever.)

      We think our approach that balances stopping to smell the roses along with efficiency results in Disney touring plans that allow you to get a lot done, while also enjoying the scenery and what the theme parks have to offer beyond the rides. We do not view the parks simply as collections of attractions that should be completed checklist style, so the plans balance “getting stuff done” with “having a nice, leisurely day.”

       Our park itineraries for Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Tokyo, Paris, and beyond provide step by step touring plans with efficient strategy for 1-day and multi-day visits. These plans-of-attack help avoid crowds, minimize time in line, and cover everything from attractions to restaurants to quiet places to stop and enjoy the ambiance. We also have some multi-day plans for parks that require more time, like Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World. (Last updated February 13, 2019.)

     Our patented (not really) park strategy guides are unlike most theme park itineraries that you’ll find. These are not focused solely on efficiency. We believe there’s more to theme parks, and Disney’s parks should also be enjoyed for the wonderful atmosphere and sense of place that separates them from other theme and amusement parks. Of course, efficiency is important, too, so we make sure to order experiences in a way that minimizes waiting in lines. (“I love waiting in lines!” ~said no one, ever.)

   We think our approach that balances stopping to smell the roses along with efficiency results in Disney touring plans that allow you to get a lot done, while also enjoying the scenery and what the theme parks have to offer beyond the rides. We do not view the parks simply as collections of attractions that should be completed checklist style, so the plans balance “getting stuff done” with “having a nice, leisurely day.”

    Our park itineraries for Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Tokyo, Paris, and beyond provide step by step touring plans with efficient strategy for 1-day and multi-day visits. These plans-of-attack help avoid crowds, minimize time in line, and cover everything from attractions to restaurants to quiet places to stop and enjoy the ambiance. We also have some multi-day plans for parks that require more time, like Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World. 

Our patented (not really) park strategy guides are unlike most theme park itineraries that you’ll find. These are not focused solely on efficiency. We believe there’s more to theme parks, and Disney’s parks should also be enjoyed for the wonderful atmosphere and sense of place that separates them from other theme and amusement parks. Of course, efficiency is important, too, so we make sure to order experiences in a way that minimizes waiting in lines. (“I love waiting in lines!” ~said no one, ever.)

We think our approach that balances stopping to smell the roses along with efficiency results in Disney touring plans that allow you to get a lot done, while also enjoying the scenery and what the theme parks have to offer beyond the rides. We do not view the parks simply as collections of attractions that should be completed checklist style, so the plans balance “getting stuff done” with “having a nice, leisurely day.”