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Brit Guide to Orlando & Walt Disney World 2018

The Brit Guide to Orlando and Walt Disney World 2018 by Simon and Susan Veness was published on December 5, 2017.

It is now in it’s 23rd edition and is Britain’s best selling travel guide with updated information on all the new attractions in and around Orlando including Volcano Bay and Pandora — The World of Avatar.

The Brit guide series now cover Orlando including Walt Disney World, Disneyland Resort Paris, Las Vegas and New York and each book is packed with colour photographs, something a lot of the other guide books lack.

The authors have a permanent base in Orlando and through a fully interactive website linked to the book they can bring you the very latest updates throughout the year including a personalised itinerary planner (separate charge) and a month by month busy day guide.

As its name suggests, Brit Guide to Orlando & Walt Disney World is written primarily for British people planning a trip to the central region of Florida and in particular to Walt Disney World but don’t be put off by the title. This book is very readable and is good for anyone planning a visit to the Orlando area.

The Brit Guide to Orlando & Walt Disney World 2018 is packed full of tips and is backed up by a website where you can obtain updates to the book and also buy a Personalised Itinerary Planner which has been developed specifically for UK visitors to Orlando

The book is split into 14 chapters with the early chapters covering planning, when to go, how to beat the crowds, travelling with disabilities, planning a wedding, driving and car hire. If you don’t want to drive, then there is even information on getting around without a car.

Format: Paperback
Page: 352 pages
Publisher: W Foulsham & Co Ltd
Date: December 5, 2017
ISBN: 0572046987
Size: 8.4 x 5.4 x 0.9 inches

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Another chapter covers accommodation, everything from hotels and motels to resorts and vacation holiday homes, even buying a property.

The main sections cover the four main Walt Disney World parks, the other major theme parks, namely Universal, Islands of Adventure, SeaWorld, Discovery Cove, Aquatica and Busch Gardens and many other attractions like the Kennedy Space Center, Legoland Florida, Bok Tower, Gatorland, the various attractions on International Drive and activities like airboat rides and ziplines.

If you are feeling adventurous then there is a chapter to take you off the beaten track to various museums, zoos, beaches and the outdoors.

A multitude of eating and entertainment options are covered including Disney Springs, Cirque du Soleil, Disney Boardwalk, Universal Citywalk plus dinner shows and nightclubs.

Particularly for overseas visitors there is a chapter on shopping, malls, supermarkets and duty free allowances.

If you are flying into or out of Orlando or Sanford, then the Going Home chapter is a real asset and covers topics such as returning your car and all the airport facilities whilst you are at the airport.

The last chapter gives you sample touring guides based on a two week stay with a 5 day park hopper ticket and advises you on the busy days at each park so you can beat the lines.

Note that most guide books are re-published annually so you can often pick up a bargain if you don’t mind last year’s edition.

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