Transportation

Walt Disney World Increases Price of Parking at Theme Parks

By Traci

Get ready to spend a little bit more to park at the four theme parks at the Walt Disney World Resort. Effective March 30, the price of parking at the four theme parks increased by $2, taking the price for cars to $17. The charge for parking campers is $18, while buses or tractor-trailers now cost $21 to park. If you're a... »

Buses, Cars, Boats and Monorails – Getting Around Walt Disney World

By Kristen K.

What is the best way to get around the Walt Disney World resort? Well, there really isn’t a “right” answer to that question – it really depends on how much time you’re willing to spend on travel and what options you have.   If you drove to Disney (or rented a car at the airport), you can always use your personal vehicle... »

What Is Downtown Disney?

By Kristen K.

Characters in Flight Over Downtown Disney Downtown Disney Area is Walt Disney World's premier shopping, dining, and entertainment complex located outside of the DisneyParks.  Located on the shores of Village Lake across from the Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa, this expansive area is a popular destination for Disney fans.  Many return travelers make it either the first... »

Driving Your Car to Walt Disney World

By Kristen Heptinstall

For many coming to stay at Orlando hotels near Disney World, one of the first steps in the planning process is deciding how you will get there: fly or drive? Many families across the Southeast, Midwest and Northeast choose to make the trek via their own car. There's lots of upsides to this -- no high airfare costs, no limit on... »

Walt Disney World’s Epcot Area Resorts

By Kristen K.

If you don’t want to stay on the monorail during your Walt Disney World vacation but would still like to be in the center of the action, you may want to snag a room in one of the Epcot Area resorts. Disney's Beach Club Resort Epcot Area Resorts Include: Disney’s Boardwalk Resort & Boardwalk Villas Disney’s Beach Club Resort &... »

River Cruise: Getting to Downtown Disney by Boat

By Kristen K.
Sassagoula River Cruise

The Sassagoula River Cruise is a great way to travel to Downtown Disney from select resort hotels. No matter if you've booked room only or if you've got a package deal for your Walt Disney World Resort vacation; if you’re staying at Port Orleans, Old Key West, or Saratoga Springs Resorts, you have a unique treat in... »

Staying at Disney World without a car

By Kristen Heptinstall

A lot of families traveling to Disney World do so by car, but not all do. With lowered costs for plane travel and the advent of Disney's Magical Express, not every family opts to drive, or to rent a car after arriving. So what is the travel landscape like at Disney World without a car? Without your own car, you'll have... »

Disney World’s Monorail

By admin

Disney World's Monorail is one of the most iconic features of the park. After the Epcot "Golf Ball" (Spaceship Earth) and Cinderella's Castle, the Monorail is probably the next thing that people think of as symbolizing Disney World. Unlike Disneyland's Monorail, Disney World's version actually serves a valuable purpose in the park. Instead of serving primarily as... »

Transportation To and In Disney World

By admin
Wilderness Lodge Transport to Magic Kingdom

This is Part Six of our Free Guide to Disney World. Be sure to read all the other parts as well. Regarding your Disney World transportation, you have three decisions: 1. How to get to Orlando 2. How to get to your Hotel 3. How to get around WDW Let's take them one at a... »