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So many great places to eat and drink here. My favourite foods were found in France and Japan. Plus with the Food and Wine festival on it was almost impossible to choose what to eat! Although the dishes are small I would suggest sharing so...More
One of the 4 main theme parks from Disney, Epcot is very unlike the rest of the theme parks. Rides are fewer & more child friendly but it makes up for it with the World theme park. One gets to savour & enjoy the different...More
The Epcot center was very educational and a great glimpse into what the future could and may become to sustain life. This was a great trip but not very engaging to teenagers who wanted to go on rides and experience the thrill of Disney. Food...More
Spectacular food. Eggplant involotini was a melt in your mouth to die for dish. Highly recommendable must do. In the Italian Pavilion. Tiramisu amazing. Service kind and attentive creating a family atmosphere.
Food and wine this year was amazing. New food, our favorites returned, Canada, France, Germany. We go every year and would not miss it. We really missed Patagonia this year though. Definitely very hot this time, would definetely, go later, when it it cooler, first...More
It is always enjoyable. I like to going the various exhibits and experiences in the World's Show Case. A number of the rides are being updated and changed and should be available in 2019. Might have to come back.
Just sorry I had to leave...More
You can accomplish Epcot in a half day. I recommend sleeping in and relaxing at pool and heading to Epcot in the afternoon. Go on the few rides they have and then dine around. We did the small plates at the food festival.
We love Epcot and being British always make sure we visit the UK pavilion. This trip we were desperate for a proper mid afternoon English cup of tea (simply not available in the USA!) and felt sure we would be successful. How wrong, the Twining...More
Response from AnnieAries | Reviewed this property |
We've just got back from USA and paid $25 for Epcot. We also found out that if you change from park to park and show your car park receipt you only need to pay for one car park. We thought that was good value! So make... More
We've just got back from USA and paid $25 for Epcot. We also found out that if you change from park to park and show your car park receipt you only need to pay for one car park. We thought that was good value! So make sure you hang on to your receipt if you do decide to go to Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios or Magic Kingdom. Also make sure you ask the car park ticket attendant on the day you park that this is still the case - never assume anything!!
Response from E7378AMjennh | Reviewed this property |
Yes most are indoors. There are some that have outdoor activities and you walk along and see the architecture of each pavillion too. Also, lots of unique shops that have indoor and outdoor things to purchase.
Response from 409gingerg | Reviewed this property |
A good mix of indoor and outdoor. Indoor to see movies/exhibits and shop. Outdoor for. Feel of country architecture and performances by native performs. And indoor/outdoor dining. Almost every country has a nicer table... More
A good mix of indoor and outdoor. Indoor to see movies/exhibits and shop. Outdoor for. Feel of country architecture and performances by native performs. And indoor/outdoor dining. Almost every country has a nicer table service restaurant and A quick service eatery with indoor and/or outdoor seating. During special events like the Epcot Wine and Food Festival, everthingnis iutside spring the additional countries.