Travel is the action and effect of traveling (cross a space , make a journey, register carefully, review). For example: "The philanthropist has traveled the entire world in search of donations for his foundation", "I am happy to have traveled the distance in such a short time", "After having traveled thousands of kilometers with his bicycle, the young man returned to his home in Uruguay".
The term is also used to name the space that someone or something travels, has traveled or will travel : “On the tour I met Juana: she sends greetings and says she wants to see you”, "The bullet made a two-meter journey before hitting the victim", "The ball found no opposition in its path and entered the goal".
Another use of the concept refers to a itinerary or one route: "The competitors will just know the exact route of the race one day before the start", “The tour took the tennis player through Milan, Rome, Madrid and Lisbon without having the opportunity to return to the country”, "I am happy because I have been assigned a new tour at work, much more interesting".
The means of transport public, for example, they must respect a series of routes pre-established by their companies, and based on them each user chooses the one that suits him in each case. Buses, trains and trams are three very common examples in many parts of the world, and each medium has different lines, each with its own route. It should be mentioned that the origin and destination are relative, since cars usually go and return several times over a day; The time it takes for each line to offer a new trip determines the frequency of its service.
In countries like Japan, especially in cities of the importance of Tokyo, there are public transport networks that cover a large number of important points, which offers an ideal solution for those who do not want or cannot travel with their own car. The secret is not in the number of lines, but in the design of the routes, which resembles a spider web, which intelligently covers every corner of the Map.
It is known as virtual tour to the simulation offered by the technology to a person to know a place without really being there. These virtual tours present spherical panoramic photographs, which allow the user observe a site in all directions just by moving the mouse . The subject, therefore, can look both ways up and down, and move along the ground as if he were physically present.
This application of virtual reality was very common in the mid-90s for educational purposes: the Encarta Encyclopedia, for example, included in several of its versions a series of tours of places of historical and architectural interest. It is worth mentioning that this type of technology can be used to offer interactive trips (allow the user to decide the course, with certain restrictions) or preset (it is a pre-recorded video sequence that shows the visit without giving the possibility of altering it).
In an abstract sense, one can speak of a route to refer to the experiences lived in a particular fraction of time, or from the birth of someone to the moment in which it is observed. This use is related to the term path, which is also associated with the lifetime, as well as others of similar meaning. A common way of understanding our passage on Earth is to assume that we are in constant motion, that growth is synonymous with progress; This, therefore, implies that the life of each being marks a unique trajectory.