Just as you'd figure, The annual Epcot International Food and Wine Festival showcases dishes from around the world, pairing them with both beer and/or wines specific to each country. Along with the obvious culinary delights, there is entertainment in the form of a Concert Series, interactive cooking experiences, wine seminars and a whole lot more. It's pretty mind-blowing to be able to travel the world, culinarily speaking, in the span of a few hours. While you won't need a passport for this trip, Disney gives you one anyway, highlighting all the destinations you can visit, along with a checklist of what you will sample at each one. Prices for the small plates range between $3-$8 and drinks cost about $5-$8. Once you're in the park, there are several ways to pay for your "food travels". You can pay as you go through each destination, purchase a prepaid card with a spending limit of your choice, or use the new wrist band Disney is testing out at selected resorts, which serves as a convenient way to charge all of your expenses with one magical touch.