5. Drop off point
Disney transportation drops you off and picks you up at or near park entrance. That’ll save you a few steps, especially at the end of the day! This is a big advantage at Magic Kingdom, where the parking lot is across the lake and requires a second form of transportation to get to the park.
6. No getting lost
I tend to get lost driving in strange places. On my Disney vacations, I prefer to let someone else do the driving.
7. Accessibility concerns
Disney is very sensitive to those with accessibility issues. All forms of Disney transportation are accessible.
8. Runs early and late
Park transportation begins approximately 1 hour prior to that park's opening time and all transportation runs 1-2 hours after park closing.
9. Highway in the Sky!
Disney’s monorail is very cool! Most veteran guests consider it an attraction, in addition to a mode of transportation.
As Disney World basically sit’s above a swamp, waterways abound. The boat transportation is both scenic and relaxing. One of my favorite boat rides around Disney World is from the Port Orleans Resorts to Disney Springs. After dark, it’s very romantic!
If you plan to golf at a Disney course, complimentary transportation is available from your Disney resort. Check with your Valet Desk upon arrival for details.