from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of or relating to tourists or tourism.
- adj. Attracting or designed to attract tourists, especially in a showy or inauthentic way.
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- adj. of, relating to, catering for, or visited by tourists
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. visited by throngs of tourists
Yet some reviewers panned what they called her touristy themes, garish colors, and the “hysteria” of the giant crosses.
No problems with border crossings, no advice on bus schedules or FM3s, no observations about real estate values or vacations in touristy resorts.
Others call the touristy parts of town "Santa Fake" and say the manufactured look appeals to only some visitors.
So we're not particularly interested in touristy places, although I know we'll be doing a lot of poking through the old parts of town.
The creeps are more likely to hang around waiting for unsuspecting victims in touristy zones like the Zona Rosa, so beware.
That certainly goes for the tour that is one of the most popular -- and "touristy" -- in Iceland: the Golden Circle.
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.
"touristy" -- and her Baedeker was carried in a cover of grey to hide its glaring red.
If you are doing the "touristy" things, you may encounter them.
He was not at all "touristy" in his costume, Miss Winchelsea observed; his