Magic Kingdom Cinderella Castle
  • On Apr 1, 2023
    Karina from DE Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Could I be provided with a guide book or pamphlet in spanish since this is my first time going to Disney World, I need something to base myself on?

    Welcome to planDisney, Karina! I'm so glad you found us. Nothing makes me happier than hearing that someone is planning their very first visit to Walt Disney World Resort. Seeing Cinderella Castle still makes me teary-eyed, so I can imagine how you'll feel. My number one tip is to soak it all in, Karina. You can only go for the first time once. Now, let's see about starting you off on your planning journey!

    I'm happy to say you can peruse the Walt Disney World website in Spanish by clicking near the top of the screen on "United States (English)." A window will open with the option to change the language. Since no planning materials are sent through the mail, this is your best way to explore your planning options and book your visit. 

    One of the first things I'd recommend is to set up a My Disney Experience account on your computer. This is where you can access all of your reservations and plans. Then, once you're in the Theme Parks, you'll use the My Disney Experience Mobile App to keep track of your itinerary, check wait times for attractions, and more. 

    When planning a visit, the first item I book is my Disney Resort Hotel. Staying on-site offers many advantages, such as complimentary transportation throughout the parks, early theme park entry, and more. There are resorts for all budgets and interests, so have fun exploring! My resort pick for families is Disney's Pop Century Resort. This resort has fun, larger-than-life theming and is on the Disney Skyliner route. This is a Value Resort, so it's also budget-friendly!

    Once I've secured a place to stay, I decide which type of Theme Park Tickets I'll need for my party. You'll choose the number of days you'd like to be in the parks and whether or not you'll want to add the option to hop from park to park on the same day. One tip is to book your hotel stay for a few days longer than your park ticket. That way, you can enjoy your resort's amenities and maybe a day at Disney Springs. Most Theme Park Tickets have a use window, but they don't have to be used on consecutive days, so my family likes to take a break from the parks for a "chill" day in the middle of our stay. 

    Enjoy exploring your options, Karina, and please stop by planDisney with any questions. And feel free to submit your questions in Spanish; you can change the language in the same spot. Several of my panelist friends will be happy to answer in Español!

    Magic awaits,
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Meet the Panelist: Elaine, Florida

Bright Suns! I'm Elaine, a retired teacher dividing my time between my home state of Kentucky and the Sunshine State. I married my college sweetheart, and now that our only son is grown, we are exploring the empty-nest life. My family has been visiting Walt Disney World Resort for over 25 years, so if you have questions about adult-only visits, plant-based meals, thrill attractions, and Florida-resident perks, I'm here for you in full Force. Like Yoda would say, "Trips, we will plan!" Learn More About Elaine

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