With instant access to travel tips, accommodation recommendations and other travel planning materials online, one may think that purchasing a guide book would be a waste of money. To some, it may be. However, purchasing a Disney travel guide will give you everything you need to help plan the best Walt Disney World vacation ever. These books offer insider look at events, attractions, accommodations, shopping and dining options.
Sure you can find them online, but with a book you can have all of your travel planning materials printed out in front of you. No need to spend an afternoon printing off tip sheets from hundreds of online sites.
Personally, I am still a bit old-fashioned when it comes to making my Disney reservations. Though I do use the Internet for research and to check any changes, I still like the idea of physically flipping through a book. And I know I am not alone.
- Birnbaum’s Walt Disney World 2014 by Birnbaum Travel Guides
- Birnbaum’s Walt Disney World for Kids 2014 by Birnbaum Travel Guides
- The Unofficial guide to Walt Disney World with Kids 2014 by Bob Sehlinger
- The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World by Susan Veness
- Fodor’s Walt Disney World 2014 with Kids by Fodor’s
- Birnbaum’s Walt Disney World Dining Guide by Birnbaum Travel Guides
- The Unofficial guide to Walt Disney World by Bob Sehlinger
- Frommer’s Easy Guide to Walt Disney World 2014 by Jason Cochran
- Passporter’s Walt Disney World by Jennifer Marx
- Birnbuam’s Walt Disney World Pocket Parks Guide 2014 by Birnbaum Travel Guides
- Mousejumkies by Bill Burke
I love having these books on my bookshelf. It is nice to know that I can refer to them anytime I need to plan a trip to the parks and resorts. Even if it is just a day trip.
Hopefully these books will be as useful to you as they are to me.