Gaelic Travel

This is a list of travel in Gaelic. It will come in handy when landing at the airport or answering tourism and business questions.

Airplane: plèana
Airport: port-adhair
Bus: bus
Bus station: stèisean bhusaichean
Car: càr
Flight: itealaich
For business: airson gnothach
For pleasure: airson tlachd
Hotel: taigh-òsta
Luggage: pacraidhe
Parking: pàirceadh
Passport: cead-siubhail
Reservation: cùmhnadh
Taxi: tagsaidh
Ticket: tiogaid
Tourism: turasachd
Train: trèana
Train station: stèisean trèanaichean
To travel: siubhail
Help Desk: deasg-cuideachaidh

Now we will use the Gaelic words above in different sentences related to tourism and travel.

Do you accept credit cards?: An gabh thu cairtean-chreidis?
How much will it cost?: Ciamar cho prìseil a bhitheas e?
I have a reservation: Tha cùmhnadh agam.
I'd like to rent a car: Tha mi airson càr fhastadh.
I'm here on business/ on vacation.: Tha mi an-seo air gnothach / air tlachd.
Is this seat taken?: A bheil duine na shuidhe an-seo?

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