To travel (the world/abroad), to make travel arrangements, to travel by land/air/sea, to travel by boat/train/plane (=to travel in a boat, on a train/plane), to break one’s journey, to travel first/second/business class, to make a journey, to have a good/safe journey, to take a trip, to go/to be on a trip, to be on route, to be on the move, to be on tour, to chart a route, to drift, to wander around, to go overseas, to commute, to be on the way to, to be bound for, to go/to do (several miles), to cover (some distance), to drive, to fly, to sail, to go overland, to schedule, to reschedule, to reserve a seat, to arrive dead on time
Busy road, along/down/up/across/over the road/ freeway/expressway, highway, motorway, high street, side street, one-way street, bypass, path, trail, track, lane, junction, crossroads, vehicle, bus, lorry, coach, trailer, car, bus station, traffic congestion (jam), rush-hours, driver, motor-cyclist, chauffeur, conductor; a spare tyre.
To cross the road, to hitch-hike, to go on foot, to ride a motor/bike, to go by/drive a car, to take/catch a taxi (bus), to rent/hire a car, to miss a bus, to get on/off a bus (bicycle), to get in a car, to overtake, to swerve, to be punctual (early, late), to be full up, to wait in a queuq, to give smb a lift/ride, to pay the fare/, to grind to a halt, to change gear.
Travelling by train:
Trunk line, Golden Ring, railway, long distance train, local train, fast train/express, through train, commuter traffic, common carrier, light/heavy-rail system, street car (tramway, trolley, cable car), shuttle train, compartment, non-smoker, smoking compartment, luggage van, sleeping car, dining-car, buffet, reserved seat, corner seat, berth, single ticket, return ticket, season ticket, railway station, transit system, booking-office, waiting-room, bookstall, indicator board, left luggage office, freight carrier, porter, driver, guard, ticket collector, attendant, passenger;
To catch/take (miss) a train, to change trains, to get on/off a train, to alight, to be due/timetabled to arrive, to be crowded, to book tickets, to make a reservation, to travel light (with a trunk, suitcase, hand luggage), to carry/wheel the luggage to the train, to push a truck, to queue up, to register the luggage.
to book a plane, to process a visa, to board, to get on/off the plane, to go through passport control/security, to scan, to depart, to take/be off, to fasten a seat belt, to cruise, to fly at some speed (altitude/height), to have poor (bad/good) visibility, to hit an air-pocket, to land/arrive, to stop/come to a halt, to travel at half fare, to pay a reduced fare, to be overweight/underweight, to pay excess baggage, to pass through customs (green — nothing to declare; red = goods to declare; blue = European Union citizens), to be on board a plane, to be airsick.
Travelling by sea:
vessels, hovercraft, steamer, liner, yacht, fishing/rowing boat, ferry, ship, life belt/buoy/boat, embarkation, crew, steward, maritime transport, waterways, terminal, navigable, seafaring skills, submarine, ferry, Channel Tunnel, naval; to board, to be on board a ship, to book a passage, to be not much of a sailor, to fall overboard, to sink/to drown, to come into a harbour, to call at a port, to float in the ocean, to be moored at, to disembark, to drop anchor, to be calm/smooth, to grow rough, to roll and pitch, to raise (to lower), to be caught in a storm.
to look round the shops, to get lost, to go out, to have a good/great time, to enjoy oneself, to do lazy things; òî cancel a holiday, to stay the night, to go to hotels, to rent an apartment or villa, to sleep in a ten/at a campsite.