About the tickets, here you can buy them, all the info in Spanish, various forms of payment and insurance: https://www.weplann.com/orlando/entradas-universal-orlando-2-parques?a_aid=blogweplannes. For universal I recommend the Park-to-Park entrance, so that you can get on the Harry Potter themed train (which connects the two areas of the saga in both parks). If they buy the entrance one park per day, they will not be able to go up.
Another option for the little one is to go to WonderWorks, it is in downtown Orlando and it is a museum with simulations and activities, it is very fun! Here you can see more info: https://www.weplann.com/orlando/tickets-wonderworks?a_aid=blogweplannes
There is another park called FunSpot, which is more attached to being a fair. In my opinion, it is more recommended for locals, since it does not surprise or excite you so much when compared to the big resorts, but you do have a good time! They can see if it catches their attention. https://www.weplann.com/orlando/entradas-fun-spot?a_aid=blogweplannes
Hello, we would like to go to Disney to see all Christmas decorations, they have told me that since January 2 would be fine without so many people, since until the 6 or so is when they remove everything, is it true? Thank you
Hello, yes, usually after the first week of January all the decorations in the parks are removed. Yes they will find less people, but it is also lucky. Even so, visiting the parks between January 2 and 6 will be perfect (:
HELLO WE WANT TO GO TO WALT DISNEY WORLD IN MARCH AS OR WHERE DO YOU RECOMMEND ME TO BUY THE PACKAGE SINCE I HAVE BEEN QUOTING FOR SEVERAL MONTHS AND THE PRICES DON’T LOWER THROUGH THE COTRARY
Hello Karen! It depends on your budget, for Walt Disney World I recommend you buy directly on the official website, it guides you perfectly and you will not have to pay extras! For the hotel, there is one in which I always stay for its good price, it includes breakfast and transport to the parks and a free outlet, it is called Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vista, it is not difficult to organize the trip, people in the city know that people want to go to the parks and do everything quickly (: If you want me to help you in more detail, you can write to me here or send me an email to (hidden)
Good. We want to go to Disney World next year with two girls ages 12 and 9. We have several dates, end of June, end of August or beginning of September. Which one do you recommend? And how many days do you think we should be? Understanding that everything is impossible and that it would be the first time.