Discover why Orlando is one of the world's most popular vacation destinations with Theme Park Insider's in-depth guidebook to the all the attractions at the Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando resorts. Based on ratings and reviews submitted by thousands of visitors on ThemeParkInsider.com, our newly updated and rearranged 2015 guidebook includes detailed descriptions and ratings of hundreds of rides, shows, restaurants, and hotels, as well as advice for making reservations and getting the most from each day of your visit.
This guide includes listings for SeaWorld Orlando, Busch Gardens Tampa, and Legoland Florida, as well as for Disney and Universal. We include visitors' Top 10 attractions, restaurants, and hotels in several categories, to help you find the best way to spend your time in Orlando. Additional tips include advice on prepaid dining plans, line-skipping options, accommodating disabilities, special meal requests, celebrating birthdays, and even how to overcome a fear of riding roller coasters.
This is not the book for people looking for rigid, turn-by-turn directions for visiting the parks. Our guidebook instead provides the detailed, inside information that will help you customize a vacation to your individual family's needs. We want to help you enjoy your Orlando vacation like a Theme Park Insider!
If you know someone who is thinking about a trip to Central Florida in 2015, order a paperback copy of our guidebook and that's one thing you can cross off your Christmas shopping list already! Or order an eBook version and treat yourself to all the great tips and advice from the Theme Park Insider community, in one place with no Internet connection required.
Here are the links to order (some links might not yet be active):
This year's 232-page book is revised, updated, and rearranged from last year's version, and includes looks at the major new attractions at each resort, including the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train and Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Diagon Alley.
Remember, if you'd like an even more in-depth look at Diagon Alley, we have published a mini-guidebook entirely devoted to the Wizarding World: Theme Park Insider Visits The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. That 63-page, 18,000-word booklet also tells you the history of the project and includes comments about the lands from the their designers and from the stars of the Harry Potter films.
We hope that you will support the Theme Park Insider community by purchasing these books, and by spreading the word. Thank you to everyone for being part of Theme Park Insider!Tweet
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