How can I get to Walt Disney World Resort from Orlando International Airport?
There are a number of different transportation options from Orlando International Airport (MCO) to Disney Resort hotels including car rental, Lyft, Uber and Orlando Airport Shuttle. Please visit www.disneyholidays.co.uk/walt-disney-world/airport-transportation for more information.
If I am not planning on hiring a car, how do I get to Walt Disney World Resort from the airport?
If you are not planning on hiring a car, visit Tampa International Airport's website www.tampaairport.com or Orlando International Airport's website www.orlandoairports.net where you can explore alternative methods of transportation from the airport.
Will my driver's licence allow me to hire a car?
The USA has an agreement with most countries whereby the driver's full national driving licence may be used for a period of up to one year in the USA (provisional licences are not acceptable). Whatever your age, most companies ask that you have held a full licence for at least one year. The minimum age for hiring a car is normally 21, although it can sometimes be as high as 25. Additional charges may apply for drivers under 25 years of age.
If you are hiring a vehicle and are asked to provide evidence of your driving record, you can do so by accessing the Share Driving Licence service via the DVLA online for free. Alternatively, you can call DVLA and give permission for your driving record to be checked verbally by a nominated person/organisation for example hire car companies.
Is parking available at the Theme Parks? How much does it cost?
Yes, parking is available at all 4 Walt Disney World Resort theme parks. Each lot charges the same rate per day:
• Standard Parking: car or motorcycle - $25 per day
• Preferred Parking: car or motorcycle – $50 per day
• Oversized Vehicle Parking: Shuttle, Limo, Camper Trailer, RV, Bus or Tractor Trailer - $30 per day
Once you pay for the day, you may park at any of the Theme Parks.
Disney Resort Guests receive complimentary parking at Disney Theme Parks for the length of their resort stay, with valid resort identification. If you plan to visit more than once a year, keep in mind that Annual Passes also include parking.
Prices subject to change without notice.
What transportation is available within the Walt Disney World Resort?
No matter where you're going around the Resort, you can get a ride.
There are many convenient modes of transportation within Walt Disney World Resort, including Bus, Boat and Monorail. See a full list of Walt Disney World Resort transportation options.
If I'm driving, how do I get to the Walt Disney World Resort from the airport?
Without knowing where you're coming from or exactly where at Walt Disney World you're trying to go, it's a bit difficult to provide driving directions. Our best advice is to use www.googlemaps.com. On this site you put in the address of your starting destination (i.e airport) and your ending destination (your Disney resort) and you will be able to print off detailed directions.
How do I get there?
If you have booked a flight inclusive holiday, your holiday includes return flights to either Orlando International Airport, Tampa International Airport or Sanford International Airport. We offer car hire to our guests via Alamo; if you require further information please contact our Disney experts.
If you choose to purchase your flights separately, many airlines now offer non-stop flights to Orlando. Miami, Sanford and Tampa airports also offer direct and in-direct flights as an alternative. Here are a few things to remember:
Orlando International Airport (MCO)
Orlando International Airport welcomes global visitors on more than 40 scheduled airlines and 32 charters. They provide non-stop service to 74 US destinations and 24 international cities as well as direct service to more than 100 cities worldwide. The airport is within 15 miles (24 kilometres) of major attractions, meeting facilities and downtown Orlando. Shuttle vans, buses, taxis, limousines and rental cars are readily available.
Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB)
This airport covers the Orlando resort areas, as well as Daytona Beach, New Smyma Beach and other holiday havens along the Sunshine State's East coast.
Tampa International Airport (TPA)
Tampa International Airport is served by most major airlines and is located just five miles west of downtown Tampa on the east shore of Tampa Bay and is approximitely an hour's drive from Orlando.
How do I get to my Disney Resort hotel if flying into Tampa or Sanford airports?
If your arriving into Tampa International airport or Sanford International airport you will need to arrange your own transportation to your accommodation. For methods of transportation, please visit Sanford airports website www.orlandosanfordairport.com or Tampa airports website www.tampaairport.com.
Where can I find more information on Foreign Travel Advice?
We recommend that you check the latest travel advice before booking your Walt Disney World holiday. You can find current Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office information by clicking the link below.