If you haven’t planned a trip for this summer yet, good luck on the search! You still have time to travel to Spain or Latin America and try out this train vocabulary in Spanish. If you need to take any train, or even a bus, you may get a bit lost with so much new vocabulary. Take a look to this infographic to learn some new words that might come in handy when travelling by train.
But let's start at the beginning...
1. First of all, you need to pack (preparar las maletas or hacer el equipaje). This is a bit tedious, but once it's done, you are ready to go to the train station (estación de tren).
2. At the station, you will have to pass some kind of control. This is what we call pasar el control.
3. Now, look for your platform (andén) and hop on the train: sube al tren. Check you are on the right train and enjoy your trip!
4. Once you arrive to your final destination (see to it that you get off at the right stop or parada), you are done. Off the train and don't forget your luggage. You may also need your passport, if you changed countries. Leave the station and enjoy your trip.
Now tell us! What is your favorite way of travelling? Train, car, plane, bus or bicycle?
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