When you’re visiting Disney World, it can be easy to feel like you’re on an exclusive island filled with Mickey and Minnie. But, whether you’re staying at an off-site hotel or looking to dine at a restaurant that won’t charge you an arm and a leg for a hamburger, you just might find yourself traveling around the outskirts of the resort area.
From White Castle to Portillos to shopping, there’s more beyond the parks that can be worth checking out. But, did you know that it’s EXPENSIVE for a restaurant (or anything else) to come to the Disney World area? Let’s take a look at just how much retail owners are shelling out to secure a highly-valued spot next to one of the most popular travel destinations in the U.S.