In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(end of journey)destino masculine
- Israel and Russia are getting less popular as potential destinations for offshored work.
- The popular holiday destinations just north of Durban are where most people stay.
- Compare prices to the most popular diving destinations, from a range of travel companies.
- An air-conditioned luxury bus was all ready to set off to an unknown destination.
- Japan Airlines, Asia's largest airline, serves over 170 destinations in 30 countries.
- Anyway, an earlier poster asked about which countries are the most popular tourist destinations.
- The company will be providing extra seats on trips to popular destinations during key travel periods.
- In recent years, prisons have become popular tourist destinations in parts of Asia.
- After a few beers and a bit more bragging, the golfers left for destinations unknown.
- Cape Town has become one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world.
- My ideal destinations would be the Isle of Lewis for peace and quiet, and the Algarve for the sunshine.
- China should be one of its new destinations as this market will be one of the biggest in the next 10 years.
- Taxi users are shelling out almost double to get to their destinations during rush hour in Colchester.
- Other increasingly popular destinations are Croatia, Bulgaria, Cuba and Turkey.
- Those who have a target time to reach their destinations would do well to start off in advance.
- They also said that all passengers would be flown on time and safely to their destinations.
- This is one of the most popular tourist destinations for domestic US holidaymakers.
- She says the book reveals a journey which would take her to many different destinations.
- The rivers have become popular tourist destinations, venues for nights out and day trips.
- Other popular export destinations included Canada, Asia and the Middle East.
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