If you're up for a flurry of fun this holiday season then you should check out Walt Disney World Resort's international yuletide extravaganza!

The International Festival of the Holidays at Epcot will run from Friday, November 29th to Monday, December 20th and will feature the traditional holiday flavors of eleven World Showcase nations, a Candlelight Processional, a cookie crawl, holiday shopping, and plenty of festive flair. 

Epcot is always a delicious place to eat and drink in Orlando, but the special expanded seasonal menu is sure to satisfy any sweet or savory cravings.

Come hungry to embark on an epicurean adventure this holiday season! From potato dumplings in Germany to North African Kefta Kebabs, there's plenty of tasty things to try between the nearly dozen nations participating in the Epcot International Festival of the Holidays. There's even a traditional American turkey dinner available! 

Those who love cookies and collecting should join in the Holiday Cookie Stroll! Grab a Festival Passport to crunch your way through five official cookie stroll locations. Once you've collected all five stamps, head to the Sweets & Treats Holiday Kitchen to receive a complimentary Santa Mickey Sugar Cookie! Cookie Stroll stops include Germany, America, Canada, the Feast of Three Kings (Caribbean), and L'Chaim Holiday Kitchen (Jewish).  

Those who love to sip while they stroll are sure to love this holiday festival as well! There are multiple flights (cider, beer, and wine), specialty Canadian Icewines, hot chocolate, Horchata margaritas (and other specialty cocktails), and so much more. 

While you eat and drink around the world there's plenty of entertainment. Alongside all the amazing Epcot attractions you'll find the Candlelight Processional, a live musical production, and specialty holiday shopping! 

Looking for more seasonal ways to spend your days this holiday season? Check out our list of Christmas 2019 events