Vote of the week: Which way do you walk around Epcot's World Showcase?
Written by Robert Niles
With the annual International Food & Wine Festival opening today, many theme park fans will be visiting Walt Disney World's Epcot over the next several weeks. Drawing more than 11 million visitors per year, Epcot is one of the world's most popular theme parks anyway, special of event or no. But almost every one of those 11 million visitors a year faces the same question when visiting Epcot:Tweet
Which way to turn when entering World Showcase?
Decision time: Left (clockwise), or right (counterclockwise)?
Do you turn left and go through the national pavilions clockwise, starting with Mexico? Or do you turn right, and move counter-clockwise, starting with Canada? (Okay, "anti-clockwise" for our European friends.)
Coming in through the back, from the Boardwalk? Same question. Do you head left, clockwise, toward England, or right, counter-clockwise, toward France?
Years ago, I always went through World Showcase in the clockwise direction. But I've noticed that since I've moved back to California, I always start with Canada now, instead. Perhaps it's because I just want to get to France more quickly. Or I just get my fill of Mexico at home.
Which way do you go around Epcot? If you're not consistent with your choice, select the one you take more often.
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