Are you interested in learning French? It’s a beautiful language that can take you places, both literally and figuratively. In this blog post, we’ll explore 5 other ways to say “bon voyage” in French, to help you get by in any situation.
5 other ways to say “bon voyage” in French
Comment souhaitez-vous “bon voyage” dans votre pays?
How do you wish “have a good trip” in your country?
- Bon séjour
Have a nice stay
- Bonnes vacances
Have a good vacation!
- Profite bien
Make the most out of it
- Bonne route
Have a good trip/drive safely
- Bon vol
Have a good flight
In French adjectives agree in gender and numbers with what they describe.
Take “bon” which means “good”
In “bon séjour”, séjour is masculine singular. So “bon” remains unchanged.
In “bonne route”, route is feminine singular so “bon” becomes feminine singular “bonne”
In “bonnes vacances” vacances is feminine plural so “bon” becomes feminine plural “bonnes”
In “profite bien”, profite (which means “enjoy” here) is in the imperative mood and it doesn’t take an “s” at the end because it’s an “er” verb (profiter)
Also the formal way is “profitez bien”
English speakers also say « bon voyage »
Voyager: to travel