Disney Travel Agent
  • Blizzard Beach Bus Route to Change Effective March 4

    The bus route from Epcot to Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort will no longer service Blizzard Beach and Winter Summerland beginning Sunday, March 4. Guests looking to visit either of those locations from Epcot will need to travel to Animal Kingdom then transfer to a Blizzard Beach bus. Guests wanting to visit Winter Summerland when Blizzard Beach […]

  • Minnie Van Service to Begin at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground Feb. 12

    The Minnie Van service at the Walt Disney World Resort arrived on the scene last summer and has been whisking guests all over property in the cutest polka-dotted vehicles you’ve ever seen. The very popular service is expanding to even more select resorts – Disney’s Pop Century was added earlier this week. Beginning Monday, February […]

  • Minnie Van Service Now Picking Up at Disney’s Pop Century Resort

    Starting today, February 5, guests staying at Disney’s Pop Century Resort can now use the Minnie Van service to drive them around Walt Disney World property. Minnie Vans are partnered with Lyft and guests can use the Lyft app to order a ride from the Minnie Van service for a flat rate of $20. Guests […]

  • BREAKING: Airport Transportation via Minnie Van Available from Select Disney Resorts

    Walt Disney World has announced that Resort Club Level guests can begin utilizing a Minnie Van (for a fee) to get to Orlando International Airport as opposed to using the complimentary Disney’s Magical Express. The service is limited for use between the hours of 9:00 a.m. through 12:00 a.m. Each vehicle can accommodate up to six people […]

  • Disney Responds to the Monorail Door Incident

    After a guest shared a video on her Instagram of a monorail door being left open during a trip between the Transportation and Ticket Center and Epcot at Walt Disney World it quickly garnered a lot of attention online, and on central Florida local news. According to WESH 2 News, a Disney spokesperson responded to the […]

  • Guest Shares Video of Monorail Red Traveling with Door Open

    A video posted on a Walt Disney World guest’s Instagram account shows what was likely an incredibly scary monorail ride from the Transportation and Ticket Center to Epcot and a potentially dangerous situation for passengers. The monorails are supposed to have door sensors installed that signal the pilot if any of the doors are not […]

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    Transportation to the Magic Kingdom Desperately Needs to Change

    The Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World has created magical memories for families around the world for over 45 years. In the creation of the Magic Kingdom a decision was made to have guests enter the park either by resort bus, by ferry/boat, or by monorail. When the park opened in 1971 this was brilliant […]