transportation Archive

Skyliner Sip & Snack Strategy

We love Walt Disney World transportation (well, not the buses) and we love using it for leisurely days outside the theme parks. Whether that mean riding the monorail or boats around for our Christmas Yuletide Tour or now using the Skyliner gondolas as a means of exploring and eating, there’s a lot of “free fun

Brightline & Mears Partner for Transportation to Disney World

Brightline high-speed rail and Mears airport shuttle service announced a new partnership connecting travelers between the train station at Orlando International Airport and Walt Disney World. This post shares details about the new transit options for getting between MCO and Walt Disney World, plus quick commentary about our recent experiences with Mears following the Sunshine Flyer merger. Before

Brightline Train “to” Disney World: Everything We Know (Opening Timeline, Stops, Stations)

Despite Disney canceling plans for a Brightline high-speed rail station at Disney Springs, the project is full steam ahead and will have a stop “at” Walt Disney World. This post shares everything we know so far: the opening timeline, construction progress, testing, how useful it’ll be for getting between Universal, Orlando Airport, and other destinations

Airport Transportation to Disney World Guide

There are multiple transportation options between Orlando International Airport and Walt Disney World, including shuttle buses, Uber and Lyft, private car services, and more. This guide covers MCO to WDW ground transportation, pricing, comparisons, and more. Plus, updates on supply/demand and price increases. (Updated August 4, 2023.) In case you missed it, Walt Disney World

Tips for Park Hopping at Disney World

Walt Disney World guests who buy Park Hopper tickets and Annual Passholders can visit Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom all in the same day. This guide to Park Hopping shares important details, info & tips, and strategy. (Updated June 8, 2023.) Let’s start with the latest update, or rather, non-update. Walt Disney