• On Oct 26, 2022
    Emmanuel from NSW Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    How long does it take to travel from Disney's Pop Century Resort to EPCOT & Disney's Hollywood Studios on the Skyliner?

    Hey there, Emmanuel, and welcome to planDisney! Thanks for stopping by the panel with your question. I bet you’re here figuring out the travel times so that you can plan out your transportation naps! Am I right? Well, I’m here to tell you that there is nothing in the world like a good ole Skyliner nap back to Disney’s Pop Century Resort at the end of a long Theme Park day! Disney-tired is in a league all its own! 

    Walt Disney World’s typical suggestion is to plan for an hour of travel time when moving around the resort. The great news is that Disney’s Skyliner makes travel to and from EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios quite literally a breeze! Here is a helpful Skyliner map to plan your route and find the pickup and drop-off locations for the Theme Parks and resorts. The ride from Pop Century to Disney’s Hollywood Studios is about 15 minutes in total, with a quick transfer at the Skyliner station at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort. The flight from Pop Century to EPCOT takes approximately 20 minutes, also with a quick transfer at the Skyliner Station at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort. Additionally, this route slows down at Disney’s Riviera Resort, but you will remain on your Gondola for just a few more minutes to arrive at the International Gateway entrance of EPCOT! As you can see, Disney’s Pop Century Resort is a wonderful location with easy access to each Theme Park. 

    I hope this helps, Emmanuel! If you have more questions while planning your Disney Vacation, stop back by and let me know

    You’ve got a friend in me, 

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Meet the Panelist: Phillip, Alabama

Hi there! I’m Phillip from Alabama and you can consider me your skipper. I love helping families navigate the Walt Disney World Resort. Disney planning is like a trip through a jungle - there may be twists and turns but with a little patience and pixie dust I’m here to help you have the most magical time! Learn More About Phillip

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