City in Spanish

This free audio lesson is all about the city in Spanish. Full of essential travel phrases for getting around the city, by the end of this lesson you will know all the major destinations!

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Talking about the City in Spanish

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la agencia de viajes

the travel agency

el almacén

the department store

el banco

the bank

los baños públicos

the public bathrooms

la cafetería

the café

el cambio de monedas

the currency exchange

la carnicería

the butcher

el centro comercial

the mall, shopping center

el centro histórico

the historic district

el centro turístico

the tourist center

la comisaría

the police station

el correo

the post office

la embajada

the embassy

la estación de tren

the train station

la farmacia

the pharmacy

el hospital

the hospital

la iglesia

the church

la lavandería

the laundromat

la librería

the bookstore

el mercado

the market

el museo

the museum

el palacio real

the royal palace

la panadería

the bakery

la parada de buses

the bus stop

la parada de taxis

the taxi stop

el parque

the park

la piscina

the swimming pool

el restaurante

the restaurant

los servicios higiénicos

the restrooms

el supermercado

the supermarket

la tienda

the store, shop

Five Essential Spanish City Phrases

¿Dónde están los baños públicos?

Where are the public bathrooms?

Estoy perdido.

(I)'m lost. (masculine)

Estoy perdida.

(I)'m lost. (feminine)

Quiero hacer compras.

I want to go shopping.

¿Cuánto cuesta?

How much does it cost?

¿Hay algo más barato?

Is there something less expensive?

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See you soon! ¡Hasta pronto!

Mauricio Evlampieff: Rocket Spanish

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