touristy

[ UK /tˈɔːɹɪsti/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. visited by throngs of tourists
    tourists descend in busloads...so the whole place is rather touristy
    of the three American Virgin islands St. Thomas is the most touristed
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How To Use touristy In A Sentence

  • Parliament Street is the natural end to the touristy stroll down Temple Bar, so you may not be as lucky.
  • The coast is terribly touristy now.
  • It's blissfully untouristy, although a floating gelateria tootles up and down the shoreline. Times, Sunday Times
  • In this remote area is a spectacular land of lakes and mountains better known locally as a top ski and extreme sports destination, which has given it a good infrastructure for tourism indeed, some might go so far as to call it touristy, than as a land of great vines. A Year of Wine
  • Hong Kong harbour is beautiful and you can go on a junk boat and do all that touristy stuff, which we did. The Sun
  • But this weekend, while visiting New York, I had one touristy thing I desperately wanted to do.
  • He reappears with a matatu (which in a more touristy place has the wonderful name of ‘tandala,’ as that is how much it costs without pre-barter), which is a mini minibus, basically a van with seats.
  • We might have gotten away with it, if one of our number hadn't done the touristy thing and snapped a photo of a passing army vehicle. Christianity Today
  • Yet some reviewers panned what they called her touristy themes, garish colors, and the “hysteria” of the giant crosses. Portrait of An Artist
  • Most visitors head for the touristy resorts on Maui's miles of golden beaches. Times, Sunday Times
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