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Moving Around

by FrogBlog on February 1, 2012 · 13 Comments · in Car Rental & Transportation

For some people, the most stressful part of planning an Orlando vacation is the unknown aspect of getting from one place to the next. Complimentary Theme Park TransportationFrom driving and parking to using a stroller, the information on this page will help answer your “moving around” questions.

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13 Responses to “Moving Around”

  1. Nisha Cartee says:

    Any chance of adding wait time for popular Disney restaurants? In particular, for lunch at Be Our Guest?

    • FrogBlog says:

      Hi Nisha,

      Thanks for the suggestion! We will add it to our list of feature requests.

      – Leap

  2. Deborah says:

    We’ll be staying (in December) at one of the hotels off site (lake buena vista resort village & spa). It states it’s only 1 mile away from Downtown Disney. Do you think it’s possible to go on foot or is it really necessary to take a cab (or the hotel shuttle which only leaves at 9am…).

    • FrogBlog says:

      Hi Deborah,

      Unless the address that came up for me is incorrect, it’s much further than a mile from Downtown Disney. It would be really tough to go on foot from that location, and I would not recommend it.

      If you don’t want to take the shuttle or a cab, you might consider renting a car for easier navigation through to and from the parks. If you are traveling between Christmas and New Year’s, this is especially true, because you may find yourself waiting even longer for Disney transportation while you’re actually int he parks. If you do decide to rent a car and have purchased tickets through us, you can save up to 50% on car rental through Alamo.

      Let us know what you decide to do!
      – Mommy Frog

  3. Deborah says:

    Thanks for the information!!
    We’ll be there from the 4th till the 7th of December and reading what you wrote, I guess we’ll go for the ‘taxi-option’. We are a group of 3, so it won’t be that expensive per person.
    Btw, we did purchase tickets through you and waiting for them to arrive. ;-)

  4. LJ says:

    I am staying at a Disney resort but I want to adventure in the Universal resorts, whats the best way to do this?

    • FrogBlog says:

      Hey there LJ,

      By far the easiest way to get there is if you rent a car. Depending on the time of year you are visiting and other factors, renting a car might be the most convenient way to get around Disney World as well. Here are some factors to consider:


      Besides by car, you can take a cab or get a ride through Mears. Prices vary by where on property you’ll be picked up at.

      Hope this helps!
      – Leap

  5. Jonathan Arias says:

    Hey LJ,

    While at Disney you can use the free transportation shuttles Disney provides between the parks and local Disney Attractions, to move around Universal studios I would recommend using a flat rate cab such as http://orlandoairporttaxicab.com to get there, then use the shuttles to move in between attractions. I hope this helps!

    - Jon

  6. Cande says:

    Hi!! Thanks for the Blog, it’s so useful!! What do you recommend doing with the car the day we have to check out from the hotel if we still want to stay in the park for the rest of the day? Thanks in advance for your help!! :)

    • FrogBlog says:

      Hi Cande,

      You have two options. You can leave the car at the hotel and take Disney transportation for the day (so long as you return before midnight) or you can take your car to any of the parks. If you show your room key during your dates of stay (including the last day), you receive complimentary parking at the theme parks.

      Mommy Frog

  7. Karen says:

    Any idea how long it would take to get TO Epcot FROM Animal Kingdom on the bus? Thanks.

    • FrogBlog says:

      Hi Karen,

      The time will vary, of course, but you should expect it to take about 15-20 minutes.


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