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Traveling or Travel is the change in location of people on a trip through the means of transport from one location to another. Travel is most commonly done for recreation (as part of tourism or to visit friends and family), for business or for commuting; but may be for numerous other reasons, such as migration, fleeing war, etc. Travel may occur by walking or human-powered transport or through mechanical vehicles, either as private or public transport.[How to reference and link to summary or text]
Travel may be local, regional, national or international.
The word originates from the Middle English word travailen ("to toil"), which comes from the Old French word travailler ("travail"). A person who travels is called a traveler (U.S.) or traveller (UK).
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