Meaning of travel centre in English:

travel centre

Pronunciation /ˈtravl ˌsɛntə/


(US travel center)
  • 1A town, area, etc., to which or from which many people travel; a place which attracts or serves as a convenient base for travellers or tourists.

  • 2An office or establishment providing information for travellers or tourists; specifically (chiefly British) a place in a train or bus station where tickets and passes are sold, and information about timetables, routes, etc., is available.


Late 19th century; earliest use found in Cleveland (Ohio) Herald. From travel + centre.