There are many ways to get to Disneyland, depending on where you are coming from. Those who live nearby can just get there by foot, enjoying the view, as well as the other attractions they see along the way, while those who live in the neighboring cities and states can simply drive to this tourist destination by accessing the I-5 in Anaheim, the nearest freeway to Disneyland entrance. Others opt to get there from the north of Harbor Boulevard through CA Highway 22. Those who are not familiar with the place can also get directions from the Disneyland website and they might as well check out the parking information section, while they are at it.
If you are flying in to visit Disneyland, the best option is the Los Angeles International Airport, which also happens to be the biggest airport in the Southern California area. You can also fly in through various different airports in this area, most of which are just driving distance away from Mickey Mouse’s residence. From the airport, there are other transportation options available to get to Disney’s place.
Flagging down a taxi might set you back a couple of dollars, but this is the most convenient mode of transportation you can get around this area. If you can find one, van services that offer a shared ride to a handful of people will also prove to be more affordable. On the other hand, if you are being responsible about transportation expenses you can splurge later on cute and adorable Disney stuff and souvenirs to bring home to your families and friends.
Depending on where you are staying, you can take the Disneyland Resort Express, the shuttle services provided by Anaheim Resort which also drops tourists at Disneyland, as well as other shuttle services available there. You can also opt for cars for hire and drive to this happiest destination of all, if you wish. And then, others who find it more exciting to take the public transportation can always take either the Metrolink, Amtrak, Orange County Transit and several other train services that have stations in the vicinity of Disneyland.