The iconic Disneyworld. A must see and do in Orlando. Disneyworld consists of 4 parks and 2 waterparks: Magic Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, Epcot, Animal Kingdom, Blizzard Beach, Typhoon Lagoon.
You can buy a full Disney ticket for all parks, including park hoppers at:
*As of current Disney operates a park reserving system where you must book the day you plan to go. This is not usual and currently only happens due to covid. This may change in future.
Universal is the term I use to cover Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure, CityWalk, and Volcano Bay. Universal and Islands are next door to each other, and are great for those thrill seekers. You can purchase 1 day or 2 week tickets with park hopping options, which allows you to walk between Islands and Universal. If you buy a 2 week combo ticket this will allow visits to Volcano Bay. Alternatively, for all parks you can buy a simple one day ticket.
There are other parks you may want to visit whilst in Orlando. Such as SeaWorld, Aquatica, Busch Gardens, LegoLand and Gatorland.
Seaworld, Aquatica and Busch Gardens can be purchased as part of a combo ticket. It should be noted Busch Gardens is not in Orlando area & is a 90 minute drive.
Tickets can be purchased for all here.
Now, if there's one thing Ross and I know about it is dining. So here are some of my suggestions on places you MUST visit. Those of you who have been may have already visited some.