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These scores tell you how well-liked a place is in each Tribe. Gogobot Tribes are groups who share a certain travel style, like Family Travelers or History Buffs.
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- 98%Family Travelers
- 60%Local Culture
- 59%Adventure Travelers
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- EpcotMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersHistory BuffsAdventure TravelersAug 10, 2014
Epcot, short for the "experimental prototype community of tomorrow" was one of Walt Disney's most ambitious projects. Sadly he didn't live to see its completion, but the end result is an amazing attraction. There's more here for the older set than the Magic Kingdom crowd, especially the world showcase. Some of the best fireworks are here at night!Recommended for:
- EpcotMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersGreen Travelers+ 2Jun 12, 2014
Epcot is my favorite of all the amusement parks I have ever been to. It offers a taste (literally and figuratively!) of several countries from around the world.Recommended for:
- EpcotAmbassadorMember ofStudentsLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 5Jul 04, 2012
Epcot was my favorite part of Disney when I was little. One could say that's when the travel bug first bit me! I loved being able to go around to all the areas of Epcot's world and see what other cultures might be like. The foreignness of it all to my 6 year old mind... it was like being on a whole other planet.
- EpcotMember ofStudentsLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 4Jul 06, 2014
Epcot is my favorite of the Disney parks! Visiting the different nations is incredible (especially if you haven't had the chance to visit them all) but the rest of the park offers great rides and attractions as well that shouldn't be overlooked.Recommended for:
- EpcotMember ofStudentsLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 9May 07, 2013
Epcot was my favorite experience at Disney, particularly because of the World Showcase. I completely loved going all around the park to immerse myself in the various exhibited cultures, eat a number of great food, and window shop. Many events were occurring as well, such as the traditional drum-playing in the Japanese exhibit. Nothing beats a hot day, families, Disney, and culture.Recommended for:
- EpcotMember ofStudentsFoodiesLuxury Travelers+ 2Sep 23, 2012
Epcot was the very first park we've visited when we landed in Orlando and was the second favorite for me after Disney's MGM studios as it focused on technology and the modern life. The ride of the evolution of the human kind hapening in that big white ball is very enchanting. One of my favorite attractions was Test Drive.
- EpcotJul 01, 2014
Immerse yourself in various cultures from around the world in Epcot's World Showcase. Enjoy the flavor of various countries including tastes of cultural food dishes, drinks and culture. Be sure to visit all the other exhibits at the front of the park. Stay late on certain nights for fireworks or a variety of concerts at the American Pavilion. Lots to see and do but at a relaxed pace.Recommended for:
- EpcotJun 18, 2014
Build and ride your car in Test Track, launch in a rocket to Mars in Mission Space, and soar over California in Soarin. Travel around the world to Italy, France, Canada, USA, Norway, Morocco, Mexico, China, Japan, Germany, and United Kingdom.
- EpcotMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFamily Travelers+ 2May 17, 2014
Nothing can really explain the magic of being at a Disney property, there was so much I loved here, the different sodas from around the world, the different cultural displays and entertainment, even the characters. The list goes on.Recommended for:
- EpcotApr 18, 2014
While some feel this isn't a great park for kids, I can tell you if the kids can only go to one park, it is THIS park. What might seem "educational" and not fun, is actually an adventure trip around the world. Think World's Fair meet's Mickey Mouse, not History Museum.
This is also THE BEST park to start your Disney adventure.