Travelling phrasal verbs
To describe travelling we can use phrasal verbs. Here are listed some of the most commonly used phrasal verbs related to travelling topic.
1) to go away - to leave, as when starting from home on holiday.

2) to set off - to start a journey.
3) to check in - to register (for a flight; in hotel)

4) to check out - to settle one's bill and leave a hotel or other place of lodging.

5) to take off - to rise into the air or begin flight.

6) to get in - to arrive.

7) to see off - to take leave of (someone).

8) to book in - to reserve a room for (oneself or someone else) at a hotel.

9) to get out of - to move out of; as of a room, a country, a bus, etc.

10) to stop over - to interrupt a journey temporarily, e.g., overnight.

11) to lay over - to make a stopover in the course of a journey.

12) to go on - to continue a certain state, condition, or activity.

13) to touch down - to make contact with the ground; land.

14) to stop off - to halt and call somewhere, as on a visit or errand, especially en route to another place.
Some examples:
This summer I am going to Granada in Spain by car. I will go away my trip from Riga. I will stop over in several cities including Berlin, Paris and Madrid. When I will get in Granada I will immediately check-in the hotel and see-off my old friend Jose. I am so looking forward this trip!