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guided tour in Tourism topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishguided tourˌguided ˈtour noun [countable]  DLTif someone takes you on a guided tour, they show you around a place of interest and tell you all about itguided tour of/around/round You will be taken on a guided tour of the palace.
Examples from the Corpus
guided tourWe were given a guided tour of the palace.For women alone, it is not advisable to go sightseeing at night unless it is with a guided tour of nightspots.The ArtWalk is a free guided tour and includes talks by artists.Salzburg is a fascinating city too, and the guided tour is by far the best way to get your initial bearings.The first thing you should do, before you even read this column, is take the guided tour offered onscreen.guided tour of/around/roundAs he took her on a guided tour of the eight-bedroomed mansion, the Prince asked her to organize the interior decoration.For women alone, it is not advisable to go sightseeing at night unless it is with a guided tour of nightspots.Underground Works: Take an audio guided tour of these fascinating tunnels and works that date back to 1216.