2. Pick a place to stay that’s central to all parks
It can be incredibly appealing to stay on property at Disney or Universal during your trip to Orlando, but it won’t work well for you if you plan on visiting the neighboring theme parks as they are about 15 minutes away from each other, not counting the time it takes to park and actually get to the front entrance. Staying on property might be a good idea if you plan on spending more days at one theme park than the others, but otherwise it might be a good idea to stay somewhere that’s as centrally located as possible—and it may wind up being cheaper too.
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