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stay tuned if you want to know how to get to and from the Orlando theme parks and surrounding attractions without paying too much for your transportation first up is the I ride hop onboard trolley service which will find up and down the International Drive it stretches from the Orlando Premium Outlets normal right down to the South Premium Outlets the trolley service would take you straight into SeaWorld and drop you close to the entrance it also takes you to all the attractions along International Drive including WonderWorks Ripley's Believe It or Not quite a couple to park point Orlando with extreme the restaurants outlets and multi-screen movie theater the Orlando Eye with Madame Tussauds as well as the Sea Life Center it also has a stop right at the entrance to the Orange County Convention Center you'll find the stops are shortened at all between each other and most certainly one very close to your hotel they operate from 8 a.m. right through to 10:30 p.m. and as at this time a singer cash fare is $2 for an adult and $1 for a child aged between 3 and 9 years old senior citizens cash fair is just 25 cents per ride you can also get a one-day pass costing just $5 per person a three-day for $7 a five-day for $9 seven days for 12 and for 14 days for $18 and they also cater for people with disabilities as well as wheelchair and if grand access another really popular transportation service is the link shuttle bus which not only operates around International Drive but throughout all handle itself if you wanted to travel from International Drive to Walt Disney World then this is how a word for you look out for the link shuttle stop news to you quite a lot of them sharing air with the I ride trolley stops as well you need a number eight when boarding do remember to ask for a link to Walt Disney World this particular shuttle will drop you at a stop along C Harbor Drive which is right outside SeaWorld from there you then wait to board a number 50 bus which will then take you into the heart of the Disney Resort there are two stops within Disney the first being Disney springs which is completely free to enter and comprises of a large area filled with shops and restaurants as well as a multi screen cinema complex set to survey Disney quest and a fixed hot air balloon life the main stop is the ticket and transportation center from there you can reach all the theme parks all parts and resort areas all Disney transportation within the result is a free service if you want you to get to the Magic Kingdom then you have a choice of a shuttle bus a shuttle ferry or the most popular being the Express monorail system for apricot you can either take a bus or the monorail which would give you a sneak peek inside the park before arriving at the entrance for all other parts including the Disney Studios animal Kings and Blizzard Beach from Tyson Lagoon water parts can all be accessed via shuttle bus all at the ticket and transportation center Universal Studios Resort via the links you can take very shuttles from International Drive to the corner of Universal Boulevard which will link you into the results hello and welcome to where you can vote Universal Studios is where we are today once inside the vast complex just use the moving walkways which will take you into city walk and from there on it's straight ahead to the islands of adventure or to the right for the studio's ticket prices for a single one my journey will cost two dollars for adults and one dollar for children you can also get a full day on multi-day pass starting from four dollars and fifty cents if there are enough of you to split the cost then one of the many taxi service could be a good option especially as they would get you directly to the front entrance with no stops along the way an estimated price of $36 we'll take you straight from your hotel along International Drive to your choice of theme park or waterpark within the Walt Disney World Resort the Universal Studios Islands of Adventure or the city walk is estimated at $23 and SeaWorld will cost you $16 I've only covered just some of the transportation options from a particular area and any other area within Orlando and Beyond will offer similar services and prices I have provided some links below which will give you more accurate information thank you for watching I hope that has been useful for you if so then don't forget to subscribe and check out my channel and watch out for more tips and info coming in the future see you all on YouTube you


Charles Anderson · May 15, 2019 at 12:12 pm

Opps from cabana bay to international drive

Charles Anderson · May 15, 2019 at 12:12 pm

Just wondering if they’re scooter accessible??

Carolyn Gardner · May 15, 2019 at 12:12 pm

If you staying on international drive it's 8 dollars to universal.

Karasaph Exonar · May 15, 2019 at 12:12 pm

This video makes planning much easier. It's definitly worth to consider a hotel near a lynx station for Disney World and another near an I-ride Trolley for Universal Studios.

Frank Goodall · May 15, 2019 at 12:12 pm

Great information. Thank you.

Sidemen Stuff's · May 15, 2019 at 12:12 pm

awesome information and great video thanks

Bryant · May 15, 2019 at 12:12 pm

Amazing video i have to say and also i love how clear the instructions are of the I-Ride trolley and how to get to Disney and such its amazing and well done and edited.

Also i love the 1970's style music too, even though i am in my 30's, i feel i am an Old Soul and love things from back then i am not sure if i am retro or not but i love the music you did its amazing and has me bobbing my head and i feel i want to dance to it with a woman as well, very disco electronic like, i love it.

I also feel i am stuck in the past too but anyways it doesn't matter amazing tour guide and also music as well holy cow it sounds amazing and the video is so clear and you have an awesome voice too!!!!!!!!

ajh90210 · May 15, 2019 at 12:12 pm

Great video.

Mike Sparrow · May 15, 2019 at 12:12 pm

Hey Geoff! Fantastic and insightful video mate! I've been to Florida many times in the past with family but I'm planning my first ever solo trip next year and I'll be using the Lynx buses to get to Disney. Thanks so much for showing how easy it actually is!

Scott - FORTNITE · May 15, 2019 at 12:12 pm

Thanks jeff

Eu, a Rainha e 3 princesas. · May 15, 2019 at 12:12 pm

Tks 🙂

Oaks79 · May 15, 2019 at 12:12 pm

Hi first timer here, I'm going in April/May next year for 7 nights staying at Rosen Inn closest to Universal, will be only doing the 3 Universal parks the hotel does a free shuttle to Universal, is a 7 day i-trolley pass the way to go to get up and down for shopping and eating ? Also I'm thinking of a day or evening at Disney springs what would you recommend getting to go there ?

Rail Faner · May 15, 2019 at 12:12 pm

LYNX 111 from Orlando International Airport to Sand Lake Road and get on 42 for International Drive or 111 to Sea World. Cool Video!

Mr.Greenthumb · May 15, 2019 at 12:12 pm

Mr.Greenthumb · May 15, 2019 at 12:12 pm

Rent a car.

Chaloner's Adventures · May 15, 2019 at 12:12 pm

Very helpful, thanks

RedLizard Aviation · May 15, 2019 at 12:12 pm

Not to forget the really nice Brazilian Bakery at, Stop 3 North on the I Ride

Nicole Talbott · May 15, 2019 at 12:12 pm

This is very useful thankyou as my mum me and my girls are staying at the Rosen inn international hotel next August and I am not hiring car so was thinking how to use local transport

Patrick Robinson · May 15, 2019 at 12:12 pm

This is a great video.  American Tourists, like myself, can also benefit from this information – not just Brits. Thanks for posting these great tips.

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