Orlando, Florida, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the United States and is widely known as the home of Disney World. Due to its popularity, it boasts a robust transportation network that includes taxis, buses, and airplanes.
Arriving by Airplane for Disney Lodges
Orlando International Airport is a central hub with two terminals (A and B). Visitors who have booked round trip transportation at some of the Disney lodges will find their cost of flight is also included. Also ncluded in the price of the lodging for some of the Disney hotels is round trip transportation between the airport and your lodgings. The lodges will pick your bags up for you, which means you check your luggage in at your home airport. Don’t panic upon arrival in Orlando, as you’ll see your bags again at your hotel room.
Shuttles and Buses
When you’re staying at an on-site Disney resort, you have access to Disney’s free shuttle service that offers transportation between your hotel and all of the theme parks, water parks, and Downtown Disney. Similar service is offered by Universal Studios for anyone staying at their park. For people traveling between different Disney parks, the Disney Bus is the cheapest way of getting between each location.
Traveling by Taxi
Taxis are another option of getting around Orlando. The typical taxi fare between Orlando International Airport and the theme parks is $45, and the fare from the airport to Port Canaveral can be between $120 and $150.
Editor’s note: The information contained on this page was compiled using real traveler reviews about transportation in Orlando.