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[mass noun] The activity of visiting places of interest in a particular location:[as modifier] ‘a sightseeing tour’
- ‘Not everyone wants to spend their entire holiday diving, and we know many of you like to combine underwater sightseeing with a family holiday or a break with friends.’
- ‘The tour takes in the shrines of both places and some sightseeing as well.’
- ‘After several hours on a bumpy road, you will be rewarded with some of the most spectacular and memorable sightseeing of your trip.’
- ‘If you are interested in Paris, leave two extra days for sightseeing and shopping.’
- ‘They can foresee the day when swim-with-dolphin tours are stopped and only sightseeing is allowed.’
- ‘On the final day of the trip Mr Higgins enjoyed some sightseeing around the capital of Beijing.’
- ‘The lack of tourists made for great sightseeing and some quiet dinners.’
- ‘Take a city bus tour, go sightseeing by tram or head for the water on one of the many boat cruises.’
- ‘The city's core industry is oil, so the downtown area has very little to offer to tourists in terms of sightseeing.’
- ‘To really stretch travel food dollars, construct a picnic lunch to take with you on your daytime sightseeing trips.’
- ‘Some cruises offer aerial sightseeing, white water rafting, and hikes amongst other things.’
- ‘Both are fans of the opera and ballet and would like to combine a long weekend of sightseeing with some form of entertainment each night.’
- ‘The next morning people got early starts on tours, shopping and personal sightseeing.’
- ‘The package gave us the holiday feeling right to the very end, with another sightseeing tour around the city.’
- ‘You can easily combine your sport with a winter-sun holiday full of sightseeing and safaris.’
- ‘The trip will include a full day's sightseeing in Waterford City, including a guided tour of the Waterford Crystal Factory.’
- ‘The top activities were sightseeing, pool lounging and shopping.’
- ‘All of these hotels leave you well placed for both shopping and sightseeing - two of the activities for which Singapore is rightly well known.’
- ‘Besides sightseeing, hiking is probably the most popular activity in the canyon.’
- ‘And one of the ideas we have to promote tourism in Lucknow is to offer city sightseeing in old classic cars!’
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