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From Late Latin itinerarius (pertaining to a journey), neuter itinerārium (an account of a journey, a road-book), from iter (a way, journey); see itinerate, itinerant.


  • (UK) IPA(key): /aɪˈtɪnə(ɹə)ɹi/
  • (US) IPA(key): /aɪˈtɪnəɹɛɹi/
  • (file)


itinerary (plural itineraries)

  1. A written schedule of activities for a vacation or road trip.
  2. A route or proposed route of a journey.
    • 1960 December, Voyageur, “The Mountain Railways of the Bernese Oberland”, in Trains Illustrated, page 752:
      The length of the Wengernalp Railway from Lauterbrunnen over the Kleine Scheidegg to Grindelwald or vice versa, Riggenbach rack-and-pinion operated throughout, should be a "must" in the itinerary of every Oberland tourist; [...].
  3. An account or record of a journey.
  4. A guidebook for travellers.



itinerary (comparative more itinerary, superlative most itinerary)

  1. itinerant; travelling from place to place; done on a journey

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