Spring Break 2017: Disneyland

Spring Break 2017: Disneyland

Spring break is the ideal time to make a trip to the happiest place on earth. Planning, on the other hand, can take a lot of work though. Thankfully you can usually get hotel and park passes as a set, but what if you aren’t staying in a resort that is in the park? Or what if you want to go to other theme parks since Southern California also has Knoxberry Farm, Magic Mountain and so many other non theme park related things to see? That is where you need to plan your transportation for the trip. Here are the top methods of transportation to Disneyland and beyond!

Car Rental

When travelling to Disneyland you can always utilize a car rental service from one of the many companies around. If you are flying into LAX or John Wayne Airport you can hop on a shuttle to get to the car rental office. Depending on the size of your group, and what kind of vehicle you want, rates can be from $20 to over $100 a day. One good thing about car rental over a shuttle is that you have the freedom to go to more than just your hotel. Beware though… this might be a great idea until you remember all the extra money you will be spending on parking because parking is never free, even at the happiest place on earth.

Shuttle Bus

There are a number of shuttles to Disneyland from a multitude of companies in the Los Angeles area. With buses leaving every half hour to hour depending on the time of day this is a more cost efficient way to travel to your hotel. Disneyland offers the Disneyland Resort Express Shuttle which you do not need a reservation for, but there is a fee to ride. While getting to your destination in a cost-effective way is great, you have to be staying in walking distance of the park which sometimes can be pretty pricey on its own. Be prepared to either walk the rest of the way to your hotel, or spend that extra saved money on a hotel room.

Metro (Bus and Rail)

The bus is another option you can take from LAX to Disneyland. To catch a bus from LAX you just exit the baggage claim and wait under the LAX Shuttle and Airline Connections sign on the lower/arrival level islands in front of each terminal. You will want to jump on bus/shuttle marked “G” to the aviation station and continue to the west end of the platform. From there you will need to board the Metro Rail Green Line headed east toward Norwalk. Once you arrive at the Norwalk Station board the Metro Express Line 460 bus headed to the Disneyland Resort. Sound like a lot? Hopefully your flight isn’t around any of the rush hours or lugging suitcases and keeping track of kids will add to the stress.

Strack Transportation

Strack Transportation offers a wide selection of vehicles that you can choose from to get you to and from the Disneyland parks. From sedans, to a Mini Coach that can fit a large group, you are sure to find the vehicle that suits your needs. When riding with Strack there is no hassle of shuttling to anywhere than worrying about transportation during your trip. One of our professionally trained chauffeurs will be waiting at the airport for you when you arrive, take you to your hotel, and then can be used throughout your entire trip! Traffic and parking is one of the worst parts of being in Los Angeles and the surrounding area. When you are riding with Strack, that is never an issue. Sit back and relax with your family on the way to your hotel. Insane parking costs? Not an issue. We will drop you off at the front door of where ever you need to be. We can take you to multiple theme parks, on shopping tours, Hollywood tours, the options are truly unlimited! You can also call one of our reservation specialists today at 888-781-5466 and get your next family vacation to Disneyland started.