A person who travels to another place for a holiday is a tourist.
Basically Travels are when a person or group of person want to visit a place. It could be because they want to be there on vacation or do business or study in that particular place. Literally, travelling also means moving from one place to another.
That would be a "Nomad".
Words for a person who travels from place to place are:travelernomadtouristsojournersightseertransientwayfarervagabonddrifterHitchhiker
A person who travels from place to place to sell goods is called a peddler. This term originated from the Middle English word pedlere.
a person with good qualities , (that qualifies as a hero) that travels from one place to another, or on a voyage BY: Mya C.
Radio frequencies, UV rays, sound, light, and electricity travels from one place to another during a wave motion.
If you mean 'itinerant', a person who travels from place to place, as in a casual labourer
A nomad is a person who does not have a permanent home. A nomad travels from place to place.
A nomad. Nomadic people do not have a permanent home.
Nomad , Listen to your teacher ! vagrant
A person who travelled to a holy place was a pilgrim.
That kind of person is most often called a missionary.
You may be asking what a Vagabond. A vagabond is an itinerant person - someone who travels from place to place with no real purpose.
it often changes form.
Sounds travel in waves just as light travels.
"Person who travels to a sacred place as an act of religious devotion." OED