What Are the Different Kinds of Travel?
Travel is essentially the conveyance of people from different distant geographic locations between different points. Travel can sometimes be one-way, in which a single passenger can transport himself/herself or a group of passengers by car, bike, train, plane, boat or any other means, with or without personal luggage, to another point or to another distant location. Other forms of travel include flying to another city or state, or driving across country to another state or even another country entirely.
There are different ways in which people prefer to travel depending on their preferences. For some, driving or riding a bicycle would be a more preferred means of travel than flying to a different city or state and then driving to the final destination. Some would rather walk across the city or region than ride a train to the final destination, while others still would rather take an air-conditioned seat in a plush and comfortable seat at the back of a flying coach than take a taxi to the platform from the airport and ride the escalator to reach the ground floor. While all these methods of travel are convenient and practical, there are some travelers who believe that travel in a more luxurious way as compared to ordinary means of traveling is a better option for them. These kinds of travelers think that even if they are already used to the mode of transportation they should perhaps indulge themselves a bit more in order to enjoy the extra luxury brought about by the traveling in a more luxurious way.
Short Vacation: Short trips are relatively recent term, being very common now. Short trips are frequently conducted between two or three days to different parts of the world, often times traveling only one place to get to another. For example, a European short vacation may include traveling to Spain and driving to France, and returning to Europe through Portugal.