Examples of tourist trap in a Sentence
The street market is a tourist trap that mostly sells cheap souvenirs.
That hotel is just a tourist trap.
Recent Examples of tourist trap from the Web
Most restaurants with skyscraper views are tourist traps, but this one is a real winner, with a menu that’s fiercely Canadian.
But yesterday's hip neighborhood can quickly become today's tourist trap, so travel guidebook publisher Lonely Planet consulted its local writers to name up-and-coming urban areas in the U.S. and the world.
Think brasseries are tacky, unimaginative tourist traps?
Forget the tourist traps surrounding the Empire State Building and Central Park.
Nestled in the thick of Hollywood Boulevard’s tourist traps, David’s Hologram USA Theater is finally closer to reality and its Nov.1 opening date.
Here, some of the city’s most stylish residents share their tourist trap-free guide to Reykjavik: This holistic health coach with an eye for wanderlust splits her time between Reykjavik, New York City and Milan.
Steer clear of Dole Plantation, a tourist trap, in favor of Kahumana Farm or Ma’o Organics, which offer more authentic Hawaiian farm experiences.
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Definition of tourist trap for English Language Learners
: a place that attracts many tourists and that charges high prices
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