Disneyland Parks are not just for families with their children. If explored precisely, Disney can be the perfect destination for adult getaway for young and married couples.

Disney can be a perfect place for adults. You can plan a grown-up Disney getaway with these life hacks as you explore your inner child at heart.

When the temperatures drop and kids head back to school, it's the ideal time to take an adult getaway to the theme parks in Orlando, Florida. Make plans to visit Disney World.

Disney World is expanding their offerings with new attractions and feature under-the-radar experiences that are perfect for adults.

To take your Disney trip to another level, book a private VIP Tour with your own personal guide to escort you through a customized experience you won't forget.

US News has collated some pro travel tips to enjoy an ultimate adult getaway without kids, as follows:

Take a tour around the world at Epcot.

Epcot features 11 countries in the World Showcase, international dining and several thrilling rides like Mission: Space.

The updated Soarin' IMAX projection and hang glider ride are among the new addition. Accordingly, Soarin' takes passengers on a flight across the globe with destinations such as the Great Wall of China and Australia's Sydney Harbour.

The new Spice Road Table in Morocco with a front row seat for the nightly spectacular fireworks show will be a perfect dinner spot; while you head over to the France pavilion for an ice cream martini at L'artisan des Glace afterwards.

These get booked early so be sure to reserve a time at least two weeks in advance or one month if you are on top of your game.

Go on a dinner safari at Animal Kingdom.

Guest can visit the Animal Kingdom's brand new offering, Savor the Savanna.

Every night, guests (up to 12 pax) can take a private tour deep into the Harambe Wildlife Reserve followed by an African-inspired tapas dinner in the Boma featuring regional wines and beers.

Guest can also enjoy the performance of the fabulous Festival of the Lion King as well as their nighttime experiences, Tree of Life Awakenings.

Wine, dine and shop at Disney Springs.

Disney Springs (previously Downtown Disney) recently re-opened with four distinct neighborhoods featuring fashionable shopping and restaurants by award-winning chefs.

Morimoto Asia, The Boathouse (a seafood restaurant on the lagoon) and STK (a trendy steakhouse) are just a few of the many newer options in this lively complex, which is also home to La Nouba, the Cirque du Soleil production.

Stay at the Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort.

The Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort is a stunning Spanish Revival-style resort featuring park access by shuttle bus,

The resort has its on-site restaurant, Ravello. Plus, there's an adults-only pool, a 13,000-square-foot luxury spa, Tom Fazio-designed 18-hole golf course and several restaurants.

For those rooting for a more romantic getaway, guests can try the contemporary Capa, a Spanish-influenced steakhouse that was recently named one of America's 100 Best Wine Restaurants by Wine Enthusiast magazine.

Capa's rooftop bar is the perfect romantic place as they view all of the fireworks from the parks in the evening.