tourist

noun
ADJECTIVE
foreign, Western
American, Japanese, etc.
modern
sex, space

the exploitation of women by sex tourists

… OF TOURISTS
busload, coachload (BrE), group, party
VERB + TOURIST
attract, bring, draw

The story of the Loch Ness Monster has attracted many tourists to the area.

TOURIST + VERB
come to sth, flock to sth, frequent sth, visit sth

the part of town most frequented by tourists

TOURIST + NOUN
area, centre/center, destination, resort, site, spot, town, trap

Recently Shanghai has become a popular tourist destination.

attraction, facility, sight

Pompeii is one of Italy's prime tourist attractions.

The theme park is the region's most popular tourist facility.

route, trail (esp. BrE)

The town is off the usual tourist route.

hotel, shop
business, industry, trade
board, office
information

the local tourist information office

guide

I bought a tourist guide to Paris.

She works as a tourist guide.

map
traffic

the reduction in tourist traffic due to the violence

dollars

Their economy is dependent on tourist dollars.

season
visa
bus, coach (BrE)
PHRASES
influx of tourists

The festival is accompanied by a huge influx of tourists.


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