how long did you stay? did you feel like it was long enough to do everything you wanted? and what are like, the top 3 places you would have on your list on which parks to goto for sure
If you want rides, Islands of adventure is awesome. I went for 5 days when I was a sophomore in high school with band and we spent two days there. Then we spent one day at either Magical Kingdom or Epcot (I chose Magical Kingdom). We also went to the beach and had competitions to do and I think we had plenty of time.
Oh, we also went on an air boat ride lol.
We went 7days and honestly I could have stayed there longer! We are going next may for 7 days as well best rides that are kid friendly are at magic kingdom. I loved soarin in Epcot and the water parks were really fun. We spent most of our time in magic kingdom and had tons of fun. We also did the dining plan so we got to eat at really expensive places. My favorites were ohanas at the Polynesian and narcosees at the grand Floridian. The safari at animal kingdom is also a must do. We stayed a the Polynesian the last time but can't afford it this time and we are going to stay at the arts of animation hotel. Also I suggest the park hopper passes so you can visit more than one park in the same day!
We go for 7-10 days, yes that's enough time. As for Disney all the parks are nice... I would much rather prefer universal over Disney but that's my preference. If you got sick of the parks going to sea world is fun too!
We went to Disney twice a year from when I was 3 until I was 17, so I got really sick of Disney.
We went 7 nights 8 days, and needed about 10. I just reccomend staying at a Disney hotel and doing the hopper and meal plan. It saved us a ton of money.
i was thinking about making a 7 day trip but when i do the package thing only dong like 5 days with the park passes so we can have 2 days to do other things outside of disney if we wanted. but with staying at the magic kingdom, included flight, rental car, the meal package it came to be about 5k which i dont think is bad. still need to look around and compare months though