Disney’s Epcot truly was the best of the theme parks in the area in terms of the amount of entertainment provided. There were exhibits of around 15 cultures around the world with performances the whole day. And of course that means a lot of food, though highly priced as expected. The experience is usually better if you have not visited these countries yet but if you have, you have a comparison to judge how Disney did with the replications. If you have not visited these countries, you can get a glimpse of whether or not you would like to in the future. The replicas are fairly small but accurate. Allocate at least one whole day (opening to close) here. Events at the different countries’ pavilions are scheduled all day long with repetition in case you miss one. These shows included everything from musical performances to unique talents. Consider this park traveling on a budget for the time spent versus price of admission. Like all the Disney parks, entrance fees nowadays go around $100 per day for the regular admission. Save a bit of money for buying multiple days or looking for discounts which are uncommon. On certain nights, fireworks occur so the park can get crowded as everyone tries to find a viewing spot. Fortunately, free transportation, mostly buses, is provided from most hotels so there are no worries as to leaving late at night. For the little kids, different Disney princesses can be found here around the park. The park itself is shaped like a circle, with a lake in the middle and the famous Epcot ball at the entrance in the South. The different pavilions are spread out around the lake with no two being very similar at all.