While planning out your Disney World vacation there are many things to think about, including how you’re going to get to Orlando, where you’re going to reserve your accommodations, which theme parks you’re going to visit, and what you’re going to eat. However, one important consideration not to be missed during your Disney booking is how you’re going to get to and from the resort as well as get around to all the various attractions around the city without spending too much time or money in the process.
Disney World Transportation System
You may have heard all about the Disney World transportation system that takes guests of the resort hotels from theme park to theme park and to different hotels by bus, ferry, or monorail. This may sound good in theory, but in reality, it will require you to travel according to a specific route schedule and wait in long lines to get crowded into a small space with a throng of other people. How appealing does that sound, especially after spending an exhausting day at the parks? Not to mention, navigating the Disney World transportation system can get tricky, with the potential to run into frustrating problems like catching the wrong bus, moving at a snail’s pace in traffic, or getting stuck on a broken down boat, all of which waste valuable vacation time.
Some travelers prefer to rent their own car for the duration of their trip, call a taxi, Uber, or Lyft ride to pick them up in minutes, reserve a private Disney shuttle or car from Mears to comfortably accommodate their entire party, or hop on the city bus for a little extra exploration of their surroundings. With an average driving time of 20 minutes or less from most of Tropical Escape’s Disney vacation rentals, you will arrive at the Walt Disney World with plenty of time to make a full day of magical memories.
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Tropical Escape Vacation Homes help vacationers plan for a better getaway at communities that are just a stone’s throw away from all the major theme parks, some of which even border part of Disney’s property. Breaking down your transportation choices ahead of time will ensure your journeys in Orlando are a breeze.