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International Visitors to Disney World

International visitors may find they can easily converse in their native language with a resort cast member at Epcot; getting there and around the Walt Disney World Resort may be complicated due to language limitations.

International travelers making Walt Disney World Resort a holiday location of choice, Disney continues to make inroads in providing special services to meet the needs of all guests.

International Traveler Assistance now includes:

Language Assistance
By dialing 407/824-2222, guests can be connected with a Walt Disney World operator and a phone interpreter.

International Information Centers
Five centers located in the theme parks and at Downtown Disney, identified on guide maps by the "i" graphic symbol, are staffed by multilingual cast members who can assist with currency exchange, itinerary planning, dining reservations, ticket purchases and other information.

Cast Member Language Assistance
In Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, Disney's Animal Kingdom and all Disney resorts, cast members who speak languages in addition to English wear a gold badge with a flag from that country on their name tag.

Ears to the World, Disney's Show Translator Units
Ears to the World, Disney's Show Translator units are available for non-English speaking guests at Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom. The units translate more than 25 popular Walt Disney World attractions into French, German, Portuguese, Japanese or Spanish. Guests may pick up these devices, at no additional charge, at the Guest Relations desk inside each park.

Guide Maps
Detailed maps of Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, Disney's Animal Kingdom and Downtown Disney are provided in French, German, Portuguese, Japanese or Spanish at all International Information Centers.

Currency Exchange
Currency exchange is available at Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, Disney's Animal Kingdom and Downtown Disney Guest Relations locations and at all resort locations, up to $100.

Public Telephones
Throughout Walt Disney World Resort pay telephones have instructions in French, German, Portuguese, Japanese or Spanish.

International Calling Cards
International Calling Cards are available in Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom at vending machines located in the main entrance of each park.

Interpretation of Ticket Media
All ticket sales locations and Guest Relations have details of ticket media posted in French, German, Portuguese, Japanese or Spanish.

International Symbols
The use of international symbols in park maps and theme park and resort signage makes it easier for multicultural guests to navigate and explore all Walt Disney World properties.

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