Making memories on a Disney holiday is a dream for many, but some are daunted with where to start. The amount of information, blogs and Pins on Pinterest can lead to information over load. Not only that, but the cost, and the pressure of organising THE best holiday can be too much. It can take the enjoyment out of the whole thing.
I get it.
I’ve travelled to 3 of the Disney resorts worldwide. I am a Disney Stars Expert, one of a select group of Travel Consultants partnered with the happiest place on Earth.
Disneyland Paris Holidays
I’m lucky. I’ve visited Disneyland in a school group as a kid, as one half of a couple of adults, as an agent on a VIP trip and now as a mummy. The latter of which I planned our Disneyland Paris trip from scratch. I had help though. The lovely Jade, from Mummies Waiting Blog. Her help inspired me to train more on Europe’s magical destination theme park.
Walt Disney World Holidays
There’s never been a better time to plan your holiday to Walt Disney World. In 2021, the Orlando resort turns 50. And the plans for the year are massive. As the anniversary approaches there is a lot of re-imagination of the resort hotels, the partner hotels, the grounds as well as the parks too. By 2021, the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios will have all the attractions open too.
When planning a Walt Disney World holiday, we will help you navigate FREE Disney Dining, the MyDisneyExperience app, Fastpasses and restaurant reservations too. Our work with you doesn’t end with your booking.
Disneyland Park, California
Lesser known by people of the UK, but as the original park, it’s an incredible place for any Disney fan. A lot of our clients travelling to the USA, want to include California. And I always recommend at least a day at Disneyland.