Disney World Transportation Information
With the exception of a handful of Disney World Resorts and theme parks, traveling from one location to another at Walt Disney World requires some type of transportation. In fact, when you consider all the different forms of transportation that are available throughout the Resort, you'll want to give them all a try at one point or another during your vacation. For the most part, Disney's complimentary Resort transportation begins running approximately one-hour prior to the posted park opening times and stops running about an hour after the park closes. Take a look below for all the different options you have! Visit our Disney Transportation Discussion Forum if you have questions.
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ORLANDO AIRPORT CAR SERVICE
offers Orlando airport transportation to the Walt Disney World Resort Hotels and the Disney Cruise Line. Unlike Uber, FL TOURS offers prearranged reservations and a complimentary grocery stop on the way to your resort. Car seats are also available upon request at no additional charge. Check Rates Online
or call (407) 857-9606
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
There are several options to for transportation
to and from the Orlando International Airport (MCO) and your Walt Disney World Resort hotel including select surrounding hotels.
The Disney Skyliner
has stations located at Epcot (International Gateway), Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Caribbean Beach Resort, Art of Animation, and Disney's Riviera Resort.
Point-to-point transportation service available at the Walt Disney World Resort in cute polka-dotted Minnie Vans! (Minnie Van service resumes Summer 2022!)
Find the Bus Schedules
from all the Disney resorts and Theme Parks. Complimentary Disney buses run approximately every 20 minutes [on average].
The Monorail System
has been in continuous operation since 1971 with double beam track that circles the Seven Seas Lagoon in front of the Magic Kingdom.
The Magic Kingdom, Disney Springs, and Epcot each have their own types of boats
running various routes.