Travel dictionary: English, French, Spanish, Italian!

Voice Hero Travel Dictionary Collection [Free to Download]

You’re off to a trip abroad and need a compact travel dictionary to take home?

Then I have just the right thing for you: The Sprachheld travel dictionary collection.

Here you will find travel dictionaries with the most important 350+ words and phrases you need for your next vacation.

In the travel dictionaries you will find the most important expressions and phrases in each language, so that you do not get stuck in the throat while on vacation, but at least you can beat yourself through everyday life without overstraining your hands and feet.

You will find a chapter with the most important general phrases and phrases such as greetings, farewells and ideas or approval and rejection. Just as of course the most important travel vocabulary for transport and directions.

In addition, I have summarized the times, days of the week, months, numbers and important places. These include, of course, hospitals, police stations, the airport, the bus station, etc.

And finally, there are separate chapters for shopping / shopping, the hotel and the restaurant. Buying food and souvenirs are two not inconsiderable activities of every tourist. Just like hotels the typical place to stay.

Of course, the most important verbs and adjectives should not be missing, as well as the human body parts. No matter if you miss something or just want to get in contact with locals.

Download your desired travel companion on your smartphone or tablet or print it out right away. You can download everything here for free and without registration. Just click on the cover and the download starts.

Make the beginning: The English Travel Dictionary, the Spanish Travel Dictionary, the French Travel Dictionary, the Italian Travel Dictionary and the Portuguese Travel Dictionary. In the future, more languages ​​will follow.

I wish you a lot of fun with your next vacation!

To download: Click on the right mouse button and select “Save target as …”.

Is there a language I should definitely tackle next? Then leave me in the comments! Likewise, you can leave me here your holiday experiences, which you have made with one of the travel dictionaries in the comments? Are these sufficient or not? Which chapters should I possibly take additionally??

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