Spanish Vacation and Tourism Phrases With Audio Sound
Listen To Vacation Spanish Phrases
Are you planning a vacation to a Spanish-speaking country? What fun it is to travel. And it's even better when you know the language the local people are speaking. The better you are able to communicate with the people at your vacation destination, the more fun you'll have.
This page has phrases for finding your way around, exchanging money, and having fun. The link below lets you listen to the vacation phrases on this page and hear the exact way to pronounce them. By studying and practicing this page of phrases, you'll be able to find out where the best places to eat are. Talk about the weather, say you like the weather.
If you need to talk to someone in English, there's a phrase for asking about that too. Also, Spanish phrases to arrange to have a taxi come and pick you up, how to get around a the airport and claim your luggage. Going out and having fun, finding your way to the theater, as well as getting directions.
Listen to the audio which contains all the Spanish phrases on this page recorded by a native Spanish speaker. As you look at and learn these Spanish phrases, listen to the audio file below to hear the exact way the phrases are pronounced.
- Me gusta mucho el tiempo de Mexico.
- I like the weather in Mexico. This is a useful phrase.
- ¿Donde esta el hotel?
- Where is the hotel?
- ¿Donde esta el restaurante?
- Where is the restaurant? Hungry? -- You'll need to know how to ask where the restaurant is.
- ¿Puede decirme por favor donde puedo cambiar dinero?
- Can you please tell me where I can exchange money? Use the formal forms of verbs when talking with people you don't know.
- ¿Puede decirme por favor donde esta la oficina postal?
- Can you please tell me where the post office is? Find out where the post office is if you want to purchase postage stamps.
- Necesito mas toallas, por favor.
- I need more towels, please You can substitute practically any word for "toallas" in this sentence.
- ¿Hay alguien aqui que habla Ingleis?
- Is there anyone here who speaks English? This phrase would come in handy if you have some important business where you must be understood in English.
- Necesitamos un taxi, por favor.
- We need a taxi, please.
- ¿Va esta camión al centro?
- Does this bus go to the downtown area? You can substitute a lot of words in this phrase too. For example, use this phrase structure to ask: "Does this train(tren) goes to Guadalajara?", "Does this shuttle go to the airport?", "Does this road lead to the park?", etc.
- Estoy buscando el reclamo de maletas.
- I'm looking for the baggage claim. Use this phrase if you find yourself in the airport in search of the baggage pickup area.
- ¿Puedes decirme como ir al teatro?
- Can you tell me how to get to the theater? Again, you can substitute any word for theater to get directions.
- Deseo ver unos lugares de interés.
- I would like to see some places of interest. Find the best tourist spots with this phrase.