Thanks to the helpful advice of the locals you’ve spoken to and the services of Tourist Information, you’ve decided where you want to go and what you want to do during your visit. How do you make it happen?
First, we’ll look at public transport. You may not need to take a bus or train anywhere, but this part of the lesson will show you what to do when your sightseeing takes you further distances. This allows you more flexibility and gives you the opportunity to do some serious exploring!
Museums are very popular places. They can tell you a lot about the history and culture of the place you’re visiting. That’s why we take some time in this lesson to talk about the different types of museum you might find and the vocabulary to use when buying a ticket. This will help you to decide which museum to visit and what to ask when you get there.
Taking a tour is a great way to get to know a place. There are different types of tours to choose from and this can be a little overwhelming at times. In this part of the lesson, we’ll look at the variety of tours you might be offered and how to choose the best one to suit your needs. You’ll also hear from our expert tour guide, Elspeth. She’ll give you some top tips that wil help you the next time you want to book a guided tour.