50 Useful Travel Phrases In Spanish

50 Useful Travel Phrases In Spanish

When travelling, it is always important to be able to communicate with those around you. Even if you are just asking for directions, being able to communicate effectively can make a big difference. 

If you are lost, or if something goes wrong, being able to communicate with those around you can mean the difference between getting the help you need and being stranded. 

If immersing yourself in a language is such a big step, you can get a customised lesson plan from the Spanish tutors of AmazingTalker. They also have English tutors

Spanish is spoken in many countries around the world, so if you’re looking to brush up on your skills before your next journey, read on for 50 useful phrases that will come in handy while travelling in Spain or Latin America. 

Ready to get started? Bon voyage!

50 Useful Travel Phrases in Spanish

Spanish is the second most commonly spoken language in the world, making it a useful choice for travellers. However, learning a new language can be daunting, and it can be difficult to know where to start. 

To make things easier, we’ve compiled a list of 50 useful travel phrases in Spanish. Whether you’re looking for basic greetings or need help navigating your way around, these phrases will come in handy. Plus, they’re all relatively easy to remember and pronounce. 

So next time you’re planning a trip, make sure to pack your Spanish phrasebook – and don’t forget to brush up on your basics before you go! Bon voyage!

Basic Spanish Greetings and Phrases

  • Hola: A general greeting that can be used at any time
  • Buenos días: Good morning
  • Buenas tardes: Good afternoon
  • Buenas noches: Good evening
  • ¿Cómo se llama?: What is that called?
  • ¿Cómo te llamas?: What is your name?
  • Me llamo: To tell someone your name, followed with your name
  • Mucho gusto: Nice to meet you
  • ¿Cómo estás?: To ask how someone is doing
  • Gracias: Thank you
  • Por favor: To say please
  • Perdón: To apologize
  • ¿Habla inglés?: To ask someone if they speak English.

Basic Spanish Travel Vocabulary for Many Uses

  • Yo quiero: “I want”
  • Yo no quiero: “I don’t want”
  • Me gustaría: “I would like”
  • ¿Dónde está…?: “Where is…?”
  • ¿Cuánto cuesta?: “How much does it cost?”
  • ¿Qué hora es?: “What time is it?”
  • ¿Tiene…?: “Do you have…?”
  • Yo tengo, yo no tengo: “I have, I don’t have”
  • Yo entiendo, yo no entiendo: “I understand, I don’t understand”
  • ¿Entiende?: “Do you understand?”
  • Yo quiero un boleto: “I want a ticket”
  • Un hotel: “A hotel”
  • Un taxi: “A taxi
  • ¿Dónde está la estación de ferrocarril? “Where is the railway station?”
  • ¿Dónde hay un restaurants? “Where is the restaurant?”
  • Un tren: “A train”
  • La calle: “The street”
  • Un banco: “A bank”
  • El baño: “The bathroom”
  • Busco un hotel: I’m looking for a hotel
  • Yo necesito: “I need”
  • Yo necesito un hotel / un cuarto / un cuarto con baño: “I need a hotel room / a room / a room with a bathroom”
  • ¿Dónde está el banco? “Where is the bank?”
  • Dinero: Word for money
  • A la derecha: Turn right
  • A la izquierda: Turn left
  • En la esquina: On the corner
  • A una cuadra, dos, tres, cuatro cuadras: “One block,” “two blocks,” and “three blocks,” respectively.

Spanish Travel Phrases for the Hotel

  • ¿Puedo solicitar una salida tardía?: Can I request a late checkout?
  • ¿Tiene servicio de habitaciones?: Do you have room service?
  • ¿Cuál es la contraseña de WiFi?: What is the WiFi password?
  • Una cama supletoria: Means an extra bed
  • “Yo tengo una reserva a nombre de…”: “I have a reservation in the name of…”
  • “Estadía de tres noches”: “Stay of three nights”
  • “Una habitación para dos personas”: “A room for two people”
  • “Una habitación con una cama de matrimonio”: “A room with a double bed”
  • “¿Dónde está la piscina?”: “Where is the pool?”
  • “¿A qué hora es el desayuno?”: “What time is breakfast?”
  • “¿Puedo solicitar una salida tardía?”: “Can I request a late check-out?”

Conclusion 

Now that you know a few phrases in Spanish, it’s time to put them into practice. This list of 50 useful travel phrases in Spanish will give you a head start on your journey. We hope that you find them helpful and that they make your travels a little bit easier. ¡Buen viaje! (Have a good trip!)

Use the language learning resources on amazing talker websites to continue practising and expanding your vocabulary so you can feel more confident when travelling. Soon, you’ll be able to converse with locals in their native tongue and have amazing experiences while exploring new places! What are you waiting for? Start learning now and get ready for your next vacation. Hasta pronto!

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