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Many people wonder how they're going to get around Disney World once they get there. If you are staying on Disney property, you don't have to worry about transportation at all. Disney will transport you from the airport to your hotel and then, once you're ready to explore Disney World, there are buses, monorails, boats and trains to take you wherever you need to go on Disney property. If you are staying off property you don't need to drive everywhere either. Simply drive to one of the parks, park and then take the Disney World transportation anywhere else you want to go. Most people park at the Transportation and Ticket Center (also known as the TTC) as that will give you the most options for transit.
One of the iconic images of Disney World is that of the monorail. There are two monorail loops at Disney World. The first loop will take you to the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, the TTC and the Magic Kingdom Resorts. This is a good way to travel if you plan to spend the morning at one park and the afternoon at the other. If you park at the TTC you can also take a monorail to either the Magic Kingdom or Epcot. The monorail that runs from the TTC to the Magic Kingdom makes only the one stop. The Epcot monorail, however, makes the loop between the parks and the resorts.
If you park at the TTC and don't and don't want to take the monorail, there is also a large ferryboat that will take you across the lagoon and drop you off practically at the front gates of the Magic Kingdom. You can also take one of the many buses Disney World operates between its resorts and theme parks. You can catch a bus at any of the hotels, water parks, theme parks and shopping attractions that are owned and sponsored by Disney World. There are maps set up at the bus stops throughout Disney World that detail which buses go where. Disney World transportation is a great way to let somebody else drive and take the stress off yourself.
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