To & From Airport
If you're staying at a Walt Disney World® hotel and are arriving at Orlando International Airport (as opposed to Sanford), arrange in advance for complimentary luggage handling and deluxe bus transportation with Disney’s Magical Express. They will send you baggage labels in advance, collect your luggage at the airport and, if during your stay you transfer from one Disney hotel to another, the resort will transfer your luggage while you're off for the day.
Orlando's Lynx bus 50 connects the downtown central station to Disney's Transportation & Ticket Center and Disney Springs, but it's an hour ride. Bus 56 runs along Hwy 192, between Kissimmee and Disney's Transportation & Ticket Center. From there, you can connect to any theme park or hotel.
Car & Motorcycle
Disney lies 25 minutes' drive south of downtown Orlando. Take I-4 to well-signed exits 64, 65 or 67.
Alamos and National car rental is available inside the Walt Disney World® Dolphin Resort.
Car Care Center is a full-service garage, providing services (roadside assistance including towing, flat tire and battery jump starts) on Disney property only.
If you're staying at a Disney resort, parking at all the theme parks and hotels is free; otherwise, it costs $20 per day. Note: It's not made clear, but parking tickets bought at one park are good all day for all Disney parks.
Parking lots sit directly outside the gates of all the parks, except for Magic Kingdom; if you're driving to Magic Kingdom, you have to park at the Transportation & Ticket Center and take a monorail or ferry to the park. Parking at Disney Springs, the water parks, ESPN Wide World of Sports and all the golf courses is free, but there is no transportation from these attractions to any of the four theme parks. Valet parking at deluxe hotels costs around $25 per day.
Transportation & Ticket Center (TTC) is Disney's transportation epicenter. From here, one monorail goes to Magic Kingdom, Disney's Polynesian Resort, Disney's Contemporary Resort and Disney's Grand Floridian Resort; a second monorail connects directly to Epcot; a third monorail connects directly to Magic Kingdom; ferries go to Magic Kingdom; and buses service attractions and hotels throughout Walt Disney World®.
Taxis can be found at hotels, theme parks, the Transportation & Ticket Center and Disney Springs.