Disney transportation is free and efficient.
However, if you would like to surpass waiting in line and are lucky enough to be staying on one of these walking routes, consider hoofing it to or from a park instead of waiting for a monorail or bus.
This option isn’t available many places and remember that you will probably walk several miles during your days in the parks.
If you are staying at The Contemporary Resort, there is a well-lit path from the resort to the entrance to the Magic Kingdom.
It goes around the back of Fantasyland and you will have a chance to see the backside of Space Mountain.
This is especially useful after the nighttime fireworks show.
The Polynesian Resort has a nice path to the Transportation and Ticket Center, which you can use to access the monorail, bus, or tram system at the center, or to get to the restaurants and resort at the Polynesian.
Epcot is a little more accessible on foot from a few Disney resorts.
There are walking paths from the Beach Club and Yacht Club, and each walk is a short distance away from the gates of Epcot.
Many times this walk will be shorter than a wait for other transportation.
You can also walk to Epcot from Disney’s BoardWalk, and Hollywood Studios is also reachable on foot from the BoardWalk.
Even though some of these paths are very convenient, walking paths do not connect most of Walt Disney World.
In fact, it is impossible in some cases to get from one point to another due to very heavily trafficked roads or waterways with no way of crossing.
Check with a staff member or resort concierge before starting off on foot!
By Marie Ospina
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