travel conversation questions

50 fun travel conversation questions

Travel conversation questions

Free discussion worksheets with pictures to describe on the topic of travel. Difficult words on this first printable include – pack, prefer, cruise, destination, thoroughly, gotten, accommodation, backpacking, international, furthest, and distance.

The travel conversation questions on worksheet 1 are –

When was the last time you travelled? Where did you go?
What is your favourite thing about travelling?
Where would you like to travel to next? When do you think you will go there?
How long can you travel before you start to miss home?
What are the most important things to pack before you go travelling?
What kinds of transport do you prefer to travel by?
Are there any places in your country that you never want to travel to? Why not?
Who in your family is the best person to travel with?
Have you ever been on a cruise ship? Would you like to take a cruise?
What kinds of activities do you like to do when you are travelling?
Have you ever learnt or tried to speak another language while travelling?
What are the top travel destinations in your country? Have you been to them?
How do you usually decide on a travel destination?
Do you like to plan your travel thoroughly or just make it up as you go along?
What do you think of backpacking? Would you like to try it?
Have you ever gotten lost on your travels? What did you do?
What kind of accommodation do you usually stay in when you take trips?
What is the best way to keep your money safe you go travelling?
Have you ever felt scared or been in danger on your travels?
How has Covid-19 changed travel in your country and internationally?
Where is it your dream to visit? Do you think you will ever get there?
What is the furthest distance you have ever been from your home?
Do you prefer to travel alone, with friends, or with family?
What is the first thing you do when you arrive in a new city?

Travel conversation questions 2

Before starting the discussion with this second set of questions, be sure the students are familiar with the terms – landscape, ecotourism, issue (problem), journey, baggage, and souvenir.

On this second worksheet, the travel conversation questions are –

What kinds of landscapes do you like to see when you travel?
How do you plan for the weather when you go somewhere?
Do you prefer hot or cold destinations for vacations?
If money was not an issue, where would you go and what would you do?
How is ecotourism different to normal tourism?
Have you ever lost something on your travels? What was it?
What things do you dislike about travelling?
Do you remember meeting any strange or interesting people when travelling?
What is the most popular time of year for people to travel in your country?
Where are some good places to find travel information? Do you use them?
What are the best and worst places you have travelled to?
Have your parents travelled much? Where have they been to?
What are some useful things to learn in another language for travelling?
Do you think it is best to take a package tour or plan your own trips?
What is the longest journey that you have ever taken?
Where do you think would be the best place to go on a shopping holiday?
When you are on vacation do you like to relax or look for adventure?
Are you careful with money when you travel or do you like to spend a lot?
Have you ever had any bad travel experiences? What happened?
Do you like to try strange foods when you travel? What things have you eaten?
What kinds of baggage do you usually take travelling?
Do you have any souvenirs at home from travelling? What are they?
What kinds of things do you buy for other people on your travels?
What is something that you would love to go and do while travelling the world?

Related activities

For further discussion you may want to use the transport conversation questions or the airport conversation questions. There are also transport and airport activities in the vocabulary worksheets archives.

For talking about weather and cities around the world there is also the weather pair work speaking activity.

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