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By CARLoS BRAGA

Best time to go to Disney

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How is Disney month by month 

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How can the season affect my Trip?

Several factors can affect your trip, ranging from temperature, rainfall, capacity, special events and prices for hotels, cars, etc. All these factors together can make your trip really bad.  In this post we will give tips from the worst to the best months. So, if you ever plan to visit Disney, you plan your trip as successfully as possible. Let's talk a little about each of the months at Disney World!

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Disney in August

The hot, humid and stormy weather typifies August in Central Florida, and that alone makes August the worst month to visit. The last week of August is potentially the worst week of the year to visit Walt Disney World. In addition to the weather, it marks the end of ticket prices for the ?Pico da Temporada?. Which means people who put off their visits to save money will start going to the parks. Furthermore, the "stations" The Halloween Festival and Epcot Food & Wine Festival start in late August, which causes mass spikes (and dips) at Magic Kingdom and Epcot.

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Disney in July

Like August, it is also a VERY hot month. One advantage is that for two consecutive summers we have below average attendance levels, so now we are prepared for everyone to call this a 'new normal'. Crowds are expected to increase around American Independence Day. The positive side is that there are special holiday entertainment and fireworks on this day. Still, July is not a good month to visit if only because of the heat and humidity.

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Disney in June

June is the third worst month to travel to Disney and not coincidentally, another summer month in Florida. In June the problem is not only the heat, but also the rain. The average monthly rainfall in June at Walt Disney World is greater than 20cm and the probability of rain on any given day is greater than 50%. Thus, it will rain in half the days of your trip.

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Disney in April

Things here start to get slightly better. It is a less crowded month than the previous ones and certainly less hot. Still, holidays like Easter and Spring Break can make some weeks pretty crowded. But we prefer a trip in April to June, July or August!

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Disney in October

If we were making this list 5 or more years ago, October would likely be at number one. With much better weather than September, and with Halloween and Food & Wine Festival rolling at the same time. The truth is that October is now the busiest month of the year at Walt Disney World in terms of average wait times. It is so busy that the entire month is blocked for the free dining plan and other discounts are difficult.

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Disney in May

Fortunately, it's not as bad as the other months mentioned at the beginning of this list, as the entire month falls before the summer tourist season. In fact, there are a fair amount of upsides, as the month of May marks the transition to summer. With park hours getting longer and new summer entertainment debuting on or before Memorial Day. Even with the Memorial Day weekend, crowds are below average in May. This season tends to get a little crowded as some people are trying to avoid the high season price spikes.

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disney in march

March is above average in terms of crowds due to University Spring Breaks. It becomes the most crowded month of the year in the rare years that Easter falls within the month. Aside from the crowds, the weather is typically temperate in March, as evidenced by the start of the Epcot Festival. Regardless of the year, we are big fans of late February. The beginning of March dates as a great time. With its cool weather, low to moderate crowds and the Flower & Garden at Epcot.

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