Disney World Transportation
If you are traveling to Walt Disney World, chances are you will not require your own car once you arrive. Walt Disney World offers many forms of public transportation to guests and visitors. All of the Walt Disney World transportation is free of charge to guests and visitors.
If you are trying to get to any of the wonderful hotels located on Walt Disney World property you will most likely be taking the bus. The Walt Disney World public bus system runs pretty much everywhere within the Walt Disney World property. Bus drivers are very friendly and willing to talk with guests should they happen to have any questions about Walt Disney World. Busses operate on a regular schedule seven days a week.
If you are looking for a slightly different form of transportation while you are in Walt Disney World, check out the boat ferries. The Walt Disney World boat system is also free of charge to guests and visitors. The boat system does not travel to all of the hotels and theme parks within Walt Disney World, unlike the busses. Boats can take guests to and from the Magic Kingdom theme park, Fort Wilderness Campground, The Contemporary Resort, The Grand Floridian Resort and Spa, The Polynesian Resort, The Wilderness Lodge, EPCOT Center, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, The Disney Boardwalk and more.
If you are looking for something different from boats and busses, maybe you should tryout the Walt Disney World monorail. The monorail operates on a track, which is high above the road. The monorail travels to and from EPCOT Center, The Magic Kingdom theme park, The Contemporary Resort, Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, The Polynesian Resort and the transportation and ticket center.