In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person on vacation)turista femininetourist bureau / office — oficina de (información y) turismo feminine
- tourist guide — (person) guía de turistas
- the tourist industry — la industria del turismo
- the tourist season — la temporada turística
- it's a real tourist trap — atrae a muchos turistas
- Some Danish tourists have been watching the game before their round, but have given up and left to tee off.
- Scotland could benefit from tourists travelling within or to the UK but avoiding London.
- Here's a little snapshot of why our tourists don't really take to Scotland too much.
- We have had a good response from the tour companies and tourists, and we can see that today the zoo is as crowed as in the past.
- You need to speak to the local people who don't mix with tourists, who don't know the West's version of the yetis.
- York is also in need of another key visitor attraction to keep tourists in the city for longer, the Vision report continues.
- It was probably an advantage for me when I first got out there that my English accent made everyone think I was a tourist.
- You can see immediately that this is no tour bus stop for visiting Asian budget holiday tourists.
- They evidently have guest houses spread throughout Israel and operate tours for tourists.
- Some locals have trained to become guides or chefs for sightseeing tourists.
- The town has developed all types of tourists and the local Tourism Centre has information on them all.
- It will certainly leave a more favourable impression with visiting tourists.
- This might explain why five tourists crammed into the three seats next to me at the front of the top deck for most of the journey.
- Both fields are close to ancient Silbury Hill, which is popular with travellers and tourists alike.
- Twenty five million tourists visit London annually, and another six hundred and fifty thousand commute.
- In the summer the forest is alive with the sound of bird song and the bustle of visiting tourists.
- All this certainly accounts for the success of these tours, with tourists from all over the world as well as local people.
- In the cell next door are five more British tourists and two Dutch nationals.
- They can be a pleasure for the tourist, a convenience for the locals - but a sign of ill-health for the economy.
- Now, Egypt apart, all these countries tend to present one problem or another for the visiting tourist.
- An American tourist in London decides to skip his tour group and explore the city on his own.
- As with the Gulf War in 1991, it will take at least five years for US tourists to come back again.
- It will no longer be possible to dismiss tourism, to view tourists as a threat to be managed.
- The twin elephants were popular attractions with tourists at the Khao Kheow Open Zoo.
2BritishSportthe tourists — el equipo visitante que está de gira
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