When traveling, it would be great for you to know some English words that are often used while traveling overseas. Here are some words that I think you should know when going abroad on a trip.
Destination: This is the place where you reach and where you will be spending your holiday.
“It took me three hours to get to my destination”
“I can’t wait to get to my holiday destination”
Sightseeing: This refers to going to different places of interest at your destination.
“I will go sightseeing around London today”
“I enjoyed sightseeing throughout Europe”
Hotel: This is the place where you will be staying at for the duration of your trip.
“I booked a five-star hotel in Paris”
“The hotel where I stayed at was dirty and unhygienic”.
Journey – This is the process of going from one place to another.
“My journey to Rome was filled with exciting events”
“I am looking forward to journeying throughout Europe by train”
Luggage: These are the bags or suitcases in which you pack your things to use while traveling.
“It took me a couple of hours to pack my luggage”
“Half of my luggage got lost at the airport”
Passenger: This refers to the traveler in a bus/train/flight going from one place to another.
“There were many noisy passengers on the flight”
“I spoke to the passenger sitting next to me”
Tour: A journey undertaken for business, leisure or education.
“I will go on a tour of Europe this summer”
“I enjoy touring rural villages in my country”
Tourism: This refers to the industry related to trips and journeys to different destinations.
“I work in the tourism industry”
“This country’s economy is heavily dependant on tourism”.
Tourist: This refers to an individual who is traveling to a place for pleasure.
“I saw many tourists in Akihabara”
“The bus was carrying tourists from Osaka to Tokyo”
Travel agent: This is the person whose duty it is to organize travel for clients.
“The travel agent sent me a copy of the tickets online”
“He has been working as a travel agent for the past one decade”.
Vacation: This is a fixed holiday period in between academic terms.
“I am looking forward to my summer vacation”
“My vacation to South America was wonderful”
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