Spanish for travellers

There’d be nothing worse than getting your churros confused with your chocolate (or worse – not being able to order either of them). These Spanish phrases could come in quite handy.

Buenos días (Good morning)

Buenas noches (Good evening)

Por favor (Please)

Gracias (Thank you)

Hola (Hi)

¿Cuánto cuesta? (How much is it?)

¿Dónde está? (Where is?)

Yo tengo, yo no tengo (I have, I don’t have)

Yo entiendo, yo no entiendo (I understand, I don’t understand)

Yo quiero un taxi (I need a taxi)

Churros y chocolat por favor (Churros and hot chocolate please)