Here is list of common travel / holiday phrasal verbs and expressions that you can use when you are taking a trip or travelling to another city, country etc… Enrich your conversation with these phrasal verbs about travelling.
Meaning: Arrange to stay somewhere (hotel, guesthouse…)
Example: The agency booked us into a hotel.
Meaning: Arrive and register at a hotel or airport.
Example: You must check in two hours before departure.
Meaning: Leave a hotel after paying.
Example: We checked out at 10 a.m.
Meaning: Take someone somewhere (by car).
Example: Jack dropped me off at the station.
Meaning: Escape (e.g. from work) for a break or holiday.
Example: I hope to get away for a few days soon.
Example: What time does your flight get in?
Meaning: Board/leave a bus, train, plane.
Example: I must get on/off at the next stop.
Hop on/off (informal)
Meaning: Get on or off a bus, train etc.
Example: With a one-day ticket you can hop on and off as you like.
Meaning: Manage to do a lot of things.
Example: We packed in a lot during our trip.
Meaning: Accompany to the station or the airport to say goodbye.
Example: My sister came to see me off.
Meaning: Start a journey.
Example: It’s a long trip so we’ll set off early.
Example: They are going to set out on a European tour next month.
Meaning: Stay longer than intended.
Example: The hotel was so nice we decided to stay on for a few days.
Meaning: Stay at a place on the way to somewhere else.
Example: We stopped over in Singapore on the way to Australia.
Meaning: Include visits of interest.
Example: We managed to take in all the sights during our trip.
Meaning: Leave the ground/start to fly.
Example: The plane took off on time.
Meaning: Return towards the place you left.
Example: The plane had to turn back because of technical problems.