Tuesday, 23 August 2016

Disney parks - memories and dreams

When I was 12 I was very fortunate to go on a truly memorable, once in a lifetime family holiday to Orlando, Florida in USA. During our stay in Orlando we enjoyed a couple of magical days at Walt Disney World Resort Florida. When we visited the magical resort it was celebrating its 25th Anniversary.


As it was such a memorable and amazing holiday - even to this day I vividly remember the park and meeting Mickey Mouse! - I would love to take my boys on a similar holiday.


Being passionate about travel and huge Disney fans, along with having personally experience the magic of a Disney resort holiday, we have recently been looking at and planning a family holiday to visit a Disney park.

To help us decide which Disney park to visit first - here's hoping we can experience more than one over the years - we have been looking at a Which Disney Park? infographic created by My Voucher Codes.

The interesting and fact filled infographic looks at the 6 Disney parks that span the globe and the features and attractions that they offer.

Did you know that there are 3 Disney parks in Asia with the most recent park having been opened this year 2016 in Shanghai? Until reading the infographic I was not aware of this.

Disney World Resort in Florida which I visited nearly 20 years ago is the biggest of the Disney parks. It boasts 4 theme parks - Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom; and 2 water parks - Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon.

It was at Typhoon Lagoon that I enjoyed one of the most memorable and unique experiences of the whole holiday when I visited the Shark Reef. In the rustic Shark Reef I was lucky enough to swim with tropical fish, stingrays and sharks.


Whilst I would love to take my own little family to Orlando to visit Walt Disney World Florida that for now is a dream for the future. Comparing Disney parks we have decided our first Disney family holiday will be to Disneyland Paris.

Boasting a Sleeping Beauty Castle and 53 attractions across its 2 parks I am sure a holiday to Disneyland Paris will be an unforgettable and magical experience the whole family will love.

One of the reasons we have decided on Disneyland Paris is that it is the closest park to us and by visiting there we will also be fulfilling my dream of travelling to France and visiting renowned attractions and landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower.

Have you ever been to a Disney park?

If you're planning a holiday to a Disney Park but can't decide which one to visit take a look at the What Disney Park? Infographic here to compare all of the 6 parks.

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