When it comes to planning a vacation to Walt Disney World there are two books the you hear mentioned over and over again as the best – The Unofficial Guide which has a long history and many versions, and The Complete guide, which features beautiful photography along with its expert and easily digestible travel planning advice. You really can’t go wrong with either one and I actually recommend you get both.
The newly released 2011 edition of “The Complete Walt Disney World” travel guide, like earlier editions, rates and reviews nearly 700 attractions, restaurants, shops and hotels and offers hundreds of helpful tips. The theme park experience is at heart of the book. Each ride and show is showcased on its own page or pages, with a useful description, frank review, important details such as hour-by-hour wait times and often bonus fun facts such as Fun Finds and Hidden Mickeys.
Moms will love the book’s thoughtful focus on children. Included are creative ways to involve kids in planning a Disney vacation, Fear Factors for every ride and show, and many Family Matters theme-park tips. Adding to the value, about a third of the 530 color photos are new for this edition.
The only independent Disney guide ever honored by the Walt Disney Company, “The Complete Walt Disney World” is the winner of Disney’s iParenting Media Award for Outstanding Family Product. Altogether the title has won 15 national and international book awards.
The Complete guide is currently the No. 1 bestseller on Amazon in Family Travel and for Guidebooks. As you get ready to plan your summer vacation to the most Magical Place on Earth, don’t forget to add “The Complete Walt Disney World 2011” travel guide to your bag of tricks.