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      Toronto, the capital of Ontario is a beautiful Canadian city by the lake Ontario. A metropolis with soaring magnificent skyscrapers, the city is pretty iconic. And what adds to the beauty of this place is the food culture here. Read more

      Calicut, also known as Kozhikode is a beautiful coastal town, on the Malabar coast of India. Known for having one of the most beautiful backwaters of Kerala, this town is a charming place, and for reasons too many. Read more

      Aren’t beaches bliss? If you share this feeling and are a beach bum, then Phuket would definitely be on your travel list. Phuket, a beautiful Thailand island is a famous travel destination with travelers across the world. Read more

      ¿Hablas español? Do you speak Spanish? Yes, this is what the first phrase means, and if you are planning a trip to Spain or any of the Latin American countries, but do not speak Spanish, then this handy Spanish travel guide is here for your rescue. Listed below are some Spanish travel words and phrases to help one get around in Spanish speaking countries. Have a look at the commonly used Spanish phrases for travelers.

      Easy Spanish Travel Words And Phrases

      A tour guide will ensure a smooth traverse, but what if he/she isn’t around while you are at a pub, trying to figure out what’s una cerveza and what’s un vino? To help one tackle these problems in Spanish speaking countries, here’s a basic list of phrases and Spanish travel words that might come in handy during a trip to Spain or Latin America. Read on.

      1. Basic Spanish Phrases

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      Here are some basic Spanish words and phrases for general courtesy to help you greet people and ask some really basic questions in Spain, and Latin American countries.
      • Hello - ¡Hola! (o-la)
      • Good morning - ¡Buenos días! (bway-nos dee-as)
      • Good afternoon/good evening - ¡Buenas tardes! (bway-nas tar-des)
      • Good night - ¡Buenas noches! (bway-nas noh-chays)
      • How are you? - ¿Cómo está? (koh-moh eh-stah)
      • I’m fine, thank you - Bien, gracias (bee-en gra-see-as)
      • Nice to meet you - Mucho gusto (moo-choh goo-stoh)
      • Do you speak English? - ¿Habla ingles? (ab-la in-glays)
      • I don’t speak Spanish - No hablo español (noh ah-bloh ess-pah-nyohl)
      • I (don’t) understand - Yo (no) entiendo (yo no en-tee-en-doh)
      • What time is it? - ¿Qué hora es? (keh oh-rah ess)
      • I don’t know - No sé (Noh seh)

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      2. Directions And Getting Around

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      Often without the knowledge of the native language, getting around in a foreign land gets difficult. So, here are some basic Spanish travel words and phrases, to help one get around in any Spanish speaking city. Let’s start with if you get lost ;)
      • I’m lost - Estoy perdido (eh-stoy per-dee-doh)
      • Where is the bus stop? - ¿Dónde está la parada de autobús? (dohn-deh ess-tah lah pah-rah-dah de ow-toh-boos)
      • Where’s the railway station? - ¿Dónde está la estación de ferrocarril? (don-day eh-stah la es-tah-see-on de ferro-carr-eel)
      • I need a map - Necesito un mapa (Neh-seh-see-toh oon mah-pah)
      • I want a taxi - Yo quiero un taxi – (Yo kee-eh-ro oon taxi)
      • Right - derecha (deh-reh-chah)
      • Left - izquierda (ess-kee-eh-dah)
      • Street - Calle (cah-yay)
      • Airport - Aeropuerto (i-roh-pwehr-toh)

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      3. Accommodation

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      Listed below are some important Spanish travel words and phrases that might come in handy while looking for an accommodation during one’s trip. Have a look
      • I’m looking for a hotel - Busco un hotel (boo-scoh oon oh-tel)
      • I need - Yo necesito (yoh nay-say-see-toh)
      • I need a room - Yo necesito un cuarto (yoh nay-say-see-toh oon cwar-toh)
      • I need a room with a bathroom - Yo necesito un cuarto con baño (yoh nay-say-see-toh oon cwar-toh cohn ban-yoh)
      • I have a reservation - Tengo una reservación (ten-goh oo-nah reh-sehr-vah-see-ohn)
      • What’s your name? - ¿Cómo se llama? (koh-moh se ya-ma)

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      4. At A Restaurant

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      Sometimes explaining what one wants to eat or drink, gets difficult in a foreign country. For example, if you want red wine you might just translate red and wine, and ask for rojo vino. But that isn’t what red wine is called, and there might be a chance that the waiter does not understand. Red wine is called vino tinto, and to get by such scenarios is this simple attempt at a few words that might be useful.
      • I want a menu - Yo quiero un menu (yo kee-eh-ro oon me-noo)
      • I want a beer - Yo quiero una cerveza (yo kee-eh-ro oo-na ser-vay-za)
      • I’m a vegetarian - Soy vegetariano/a (soy beh-heh-tah-ryah-noh/-nah)
      • The check, please - La cuenta, por favor (lah kwen-tah, por fah-vor)
      • Breakfast - Desayuno (deh-sah-yoo-noh)
      • Lunch - Almuerzo (al-mooh-er-soh)
      • Dinner - Cena (seh-nah)
      • Soup - Sopa (soh-pah)
      • Dessert - Postre (pohs-tray)
      • Water - Agua (ah-gwah)
      • Suggested Read: 12 Indian Restaurants In Barcelona: A Treat To Those Looking For Indian Cuisine In Spain

        5. Shopping

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        If you are out shopping for local items and souvenirs, then here are a few words that might help you have a better experience. Have a look.
        • Where is the ATM? - ¿Dónde hay un cajero automático? (dohn-deh I oon kah-heh-roh ow-toh-mah-tee-koh)
        • How much does it cost? - ¿Cuánto cuesta? (kwahn-toh kwess-tah)
        • I need a receipt - Necesito un recibo (Neh-seh-see-toh oon reh-see-boh)
        • Money - Dinero (dee-neh-roh)
        • Credit Card - Tarjeta de crédito (tar-heh-tah deh kreh-dee-toh)
        • Cheap - Barato (bah-rah-toh)
        • Expensive - Caro (Kah-roh)

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        These were some of the common Spanish travel words and phrases that will help you get along on your trip to Spain or Latin America. Book your trip to Spain with TravelTriangle and have a hassle-free trip! Read more

      Florida peninsula is one of those exotic places that make for a perfect beach vacay. Usually on top of every beach bum’s list, the US state of Florida is all about fine beaches, warm turquoise waters, and shimmering sunsets. The pleasant weather, endless coastline and delicious food are just some of those things that one can enjoy on a Florida trip. Read more

      Scenic train journeys, ancient ruins, aromatic tea plantations, and an endless coastline is just beginning to describe Sri Lanka. A beautiful island with welcoming people, it is a great travel destination. And the best part is that one can head here at any time of the year. But the twist comes here. Read more

      Do you call yourself a foodie? And are you a traveler? Have you traveled for food? Well, if you haven’t, then these food festivals are some reasons that you should. Festivals are all about celebrations and these ones celebrate food and the food culture of their particular regions. Read more

      Bhutan, the great Himalayan kingdom, is one of the most sought after destinations all around the world. With their ideology of Gross National Happiness, it is a country which welcomes one and all with much warmth and love. Read more

      A Bali holiday is as much about beaches and serenity as it is about food. This tropical paradise is any foodie’s dream come true owing to the number of amazing cafes it has. With so many expats settling in Bali from various regions, and starting their own cafes, one can find almost all the cuisines here. And with so much to choose from, one often misses out the best places. Read more

      Jerusalem is a city that has been built and rebuilt over the centuries. Historic moments, multiple cultures, and intense history has made Jerusalem what it is today. There are so many interesting layers to the city that one visit is just not enough. And to add to the historical and intense experience, is the amazing food here. Read more

      Coffee is something that came very late to South Korea. It is almost as recent as a little over a decade. Initially a drink for only the elite, it was considered a luxury uptil the 1970s when instant coffee was introduced in the country. Read more

      Cover Image Credit: Festival d'été de Québec We often say that the world is a small place, and yes it is, because of people coming together from different parts of the world to celebrate events and festivals. One such kind of festivals that are gaining ground today are the music festivals. Read more

      The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page - by Saint Augustine is quite true. But if you believe that you have read the book or even the synopsis then this world events and festivals quiz would be a piece of cake for you. Read more

      Busan, a major port city, in South Korea is often frequented by travelers who seek both adventure and laid back travels. Known for its shimmering beaches, the city is much loved by the beach bums. Read more

      Thailand's breathtakingly beautiful islands and tropical beaches lure visitors from all over the world, making it a top destination frequented by travelers. With the number of people visiting Thailand increasing each year, it has been increasingly focusing on its tourism, Read more

      Atop a plateau in the Judean mountains lies the holy city of Jerusalem, which is considered such by not just one but three Abrahamic religions, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. In between the Mediterranean and the Dead Sea, lies the city of Jerusalem, which is also one of the oldest cities in the world. Read more

      Udupi, also famous as the temple city, is a quaint town of Karnataka, which is often frequented by pilgrims. Lending its name to one of the Indian cuisines, Udupi cuisine today is synonymous to vegetarian food all around the globe. Read more

      Famous for its rich history and culture, food isn’t something that Jerusalem is often counted upon for. But if you walk through the old city lanes, Read more