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The park is divided into sightseeing clusters. Hollywood Boulevard is the main artery to the heart of the park, and is where you find the glistening replica of Graumann's Chinese Theater.
Encircling it are Sunset Boulevard, the Animation Courtyard, Mickey Avenue, Pixar Place, Commissary Lane, the Streets of America area, and Echo Lake.
The entire park is 135 acres, and has just 20 major attractions (compared with Magic Kingdom's 40-plus). It's small enough to cover in a day and even repeat a favorite ride or two.
If you're staying at one of the Epcot resorts (BoardWalk, Yacht or Beach Club, Swan, or Dolphin), getting to the Entrance Plaza on a motor launch is part of the fun. Disney resort buses also drop you at the entrance.
If you're staying off-property and driving, your parking ticket will remain valid for parking at another Disney park later in the day—provided, of course, you have the stamina.
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