Disney World is magical for kids and adults alike. Take in a parade with Mickey Mouse at the Magic Kingdom; go around the world at Epcot; or eat, drink, and shop at Disney Springs. Travel there quickly and affordably with Uber.
Once you’ve said goodbye to Mickey, take the monorail to the ticket center. Open the Uber app, and your pin will automatically drop. Request a ride, and your driver will pick you up in the parking lot to the left of the park.
Uber pro tIp: Take the monorail to the ticket center before you request a ride so your driver doesn’t have to wait for you and possibly cause traffic.
Request a ride to Epcot with the Uber app. Enter Epcot Bus Stop as your destination, and you’ll arrive in the bus drop-off area of Epcot. The park is immediately to your left.
When you’re ready to leave, exit the park, then place your pin at the Epcot Bus Stop. Request your ride, and your driver will arrive in minutes.
Uber pro tIp: Exit Epcot before you request a ride, because it takes several minutes to get to the bus drop-off area after leaving the park.
Request a ride to Hollywood Studios. You’ll be dropped off in the main parking lot. When you’re ready to leave, follow the marked signs to the main parking lot (keep right as you exit the park), then request a ride. Your driver will arrive in minutes.
Request a ride to Disney Springs. You’ll be dropped off at the Strawberry parking lot. When you’re ready to leave, follow the marked signs to the Strawberry lot, then request a ride. Your pin will automatically be dropped at the Strawberry lot, and your driver will arrive in minutes.
Uber pro tip: Your Uber driver can only pick up and drop off at the Strawberry parking lot, so if your final destination is at the other end of Disney Springs, be sure to add in several minutes of walking time.
Get to know Disney World
It’s not called the happiest place on Earth for nothing. With more than 52 million visitors per year, Walt Disney World is the most visited vacation resort in the world. Disney World is home to four theme parks and two water parks as well as Disney Springs—Disney’s premier spot for dining, shopping, and entertainment—the BoardWalk, and ESPN’s Wide World of Sports. With so many places to go, there is truly something for everything. Visit the Magic Kingdom for the classic Disney experience, where you can visit Cinderella’s castle, go on rides like Splash Mountain and Space Mountain, and watch daily parades.Epcot theme park
Epcot lets you travel the world—without leaving Florida. The park celebrates international culture as well as technological innovation. Half the park is separated into countries, so you can eat a crepe in France, drink a margarita in Mexico, and enjoy sushi in Japan. The other half of the park is dedicated to science- and technology-focused attractions, like Mission: Space and the Universe of Energy.More magical places
Hollywood Studios is where you’ll find the glitz and glamour of the movies, as well as attractions like the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror and Indiana Jones. Animal lovers, look no further: The Animal Kingdom is one of the largest animal theme parks in the world, housing elephants, lions, giraffes, and more. If you’re more into water parks, go to Typhoon Lagoon or Blizzard Beach for water slides, surf pools, and lazy rivers. Visit Walt Disney World’s official website to learn more about its theme parks and resorts, and to book your next trip.