Definition of travelogue
1 : a piece of writing about travel
2 : a talk or lecture on travel usually accompanied by a film or slides
3 : a narrated motion picture about travel
Recent Examples of travelogue from the Web
Painstakingly compiled from hearsay, travelogues, and existing charts, these first images often contained substantial errors, which were then copied.
His concert Thursday night was a curious musical travelogue that shuttled from Spain to the U.S. to Bohemia.
My Journey Around East Jerusalem and the West Bank (Text Publishing, paper, $16.95), a wide-ranging travelogue from Nir Baram, an Israeli novelist, translated by Jessica Cohen.
Aside from books, the enduring story of an Englishman and an alien travelogue writer traversing the universe has spawned a television series, a feature film, a videogame, comic books, several stage shows and even towels.
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Origin and Etymology of travelogue
travel + -logue
First Known Use: 1903See Words from the same year
TRAVELOGUE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of travelogue for English Language Learners
: a speech, movie, or piece of writing about someone's experiences while traveling
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