Is Epcot or Universal Studios better?

Go to Universal Studios, you will have a half day of thrills and spills that you would have to spend 2 days at Epcot to achieve. Epcot is also an amazing experience but it does need more than 1 visit. Agreed if you are looking for rides and thrills…

Which is better for adults Disney or Universal?

If you want to ride bigger rides, drink a bit, walk onto rides, Universal Studios is your park. Disney is better suited for people who appreciate the details, don’t mind the kids, want to try different foods, and have more park options.

How much is a ticket for Universal?

Universal Orlando Ticket Prices

Ticket Single Park Ticket Park-to-Park Ticket
1-Day Adult $116.08-$148.54 $174.66-$206.61
1-Day Child (3-9) $110.76-$142.71 $179.99-$201.29
2-Day Adult $254.52-$284.34 $318.42-$348.24
2-Day Child (3-9) $243.87-$273.69 $307.77-$337.59

What are the cheapest months to go to Disney World?

Many argue that there is no true “off season” at Disney World anymore as crowds flock to the parks year-round. Generally speaking, the month of January and parts of early February are the cheapest times to visit Disney World each year.

Is it worth going to Universal right now?

Universal Studios Orlando is definitely worth visiting for adults, due to the number of things you can do from rides and shows along with the overall experience and atmosphere of the park. There are of course amazing rides that are both thrilling, fast-paced and have some amazing special effects.

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Can you stay at Universal and go to Disney?

Visit both parks without changing hotels

Sure. You can also stay at Disney and go to Universal, or stay off property and visit both theme parks.

How expensive is food at Universal Orlando?

Sites such as TouringPlans.com list menus at Universal’s wide range of restaurants and show that the typical quick-serve meal is around $15 per person. Beverages run $3 for a fountain soda or bottled water, $5.49 and up for a non-alcoholic Butter Beer, and $7 or more for a regular domestic beer or glass of wine.