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itinerary

noun as in plan of travel

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Look for a professional who has corporate travel experience or who plans lengthy, complicated itineraries, such as cruises or safaris.

The passengers stayed on board for up to a month, depending on the itinerary.

It’s a similar story for cruise lines, most of which plan to resume operations in March, but with occupancies down as much as 50% on some itineraries.

From Fortune

Public health experts have advised that in addition to reducing risks via transportation, travelers should be equally mindful of the destination and activities on their itinerary.

From Vox

Its website includes helpful travel info, such as the closest airport and itinerary highlights.

Based on my input, the next stop on my globe-trotting itinerary should be…Vermont!

Of course, anything resembling a real Joycean itinerary is long gone.

Over 600 police personnel have been deployed around places which form part of the royal couple's itinerary, officials said.

Chris shared his ideal itinerary if he only had two days at Aspen.

Just a short walk from the metro, this hidden gem is well worth an addition to the itinerary.

Meanwhile we resume our itinerary of the Portsmouth Road where we broke off, at Esher.

But while the itinerary of the planets was suppressed, a few words were retained about the adventure of the moon.

For particulars concerning Armentires, see pp. 49—55, first Itinerary.

Afternoons, the suspect followed a more or less regular itinerary.

He was taking the rest cure by means of a sea voyage to San Francisco and deflected his itinerary for a week's land journey.

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On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to itinerary, such as: guidebook, journey, path, route, tour, and beat.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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