One of the biggest concerns many families have when planning a Walt Disney vacation is how much am I going to spend/can I afford it? Well that number will vary depending on certain variables such as choosing weather to fly or drive, which hotel to stay at, how many days to visit etc, etc. However if you have a budget on how much you can spend or want to spend it is not hard to to work around it and plan your vacation within its constraints.
This may be one of the most important questions to ask yourself when planning your trip because it will decide how much you will have to spend and how much time to take off. It may seem like a basic question that you would consider when taking any old trip, but with Disney it can be something to really ponder because so many factors can go into a decision. Certain times of the year make a longer trip necessary in order to see and experience everything in the parks let alone other attractions. You may want to combine a few days at Disney with some other Florida attractions on the same trip, or you may want to see everything Disney has to offer (which may be impossible in one trip unless you visited for a few months).
When is the best time to visit Walt Disney World (WDW)? That is perhaps the most important part when planning your trip to Disney, because crowds can make or break an enjoyable trip. Ideally you will want to visit during the least crowded times to maximize your experience and vacation, this is known as the off-season, the peak-season is the opposite when crowds are at their highest and when visiting can turn into a nightmare scenario with ride and show waits reaching 2-3 hours on average.