Taking Tours Quiz
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You can find information about general tours at Tourist Information. True or False?
Match the tours to their description.
- A tour just for you. You choose where you go and what you see.
- A bus takes you to the most popular attractions in the city.
- You join a tour with other people and go to specific locations.
- Private tour
- Hop-on hop-off bus
- General tour
Match the words to their meaning.
- A disadvantage
- Extremely thorough and careful
- Extremely useful
- To have official authorisation
- A place or part of a place that is particularly small or remote
- Nooks and crannies
Private tours are usually more expensive than general tours. True or False?
If you have a specialist interest, you should choose a general tour. True or False?
General tours are more flexible than private tours. True or False?
It’s a good idea to think about your fitness level before you choose a walking tour. True or False?
A hop-on hop-off bus tour is a good choice if you don’t have much time to explore the city. True or False?
Which of the following does Elspeth recommend to help you choose the right tour? Choose three.
There are tours available that show you important locations in books, films and TV shows. True or False?