Disney has parks all over the globe. They have parks and resorts in France, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Tokyo, and of course, the United States. Disney parks are in North America, Europe, Asia, and Europe. I’m curious as to why Disney never expanded to Australia, and South America?
I know Australian’s tend to travel to California to visit Disneyland. However, it’s not around the corner. It’s a 15 hour flight. They can also travel to Disney’s parks in Asia, but those are between 9 and 10 hour flights as well. Why don’t they have Disney parks on their continent?
Some countries in South America, are close enough to Florida. In the Northern part of South America, it’s not far for people to travel to Orlando. However, other countries are much further from the United States. Why doesn’t South America have any Disney parks? Maybe in Chile, or possibly Brazil?
Would Europe ever consider building another Disney Resort? Possibly in either Italy, or Spain? The weather is similar to that of Florida, and California, in which the weather is mild year round. It can get cold in France during the winter months. I know that would mean two Disney resorts would be in close proximity to one another. Florida and California are 3,000 miles apart. So it’s different having two Disney Resorts in the United States. I’m curious if they would ever build another European Disney Resort?Tweet
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