My friend is going to travel to another country
for few days and he will come back.
Is better to say for him:
1-Have a nice trip.
2-Have a nice journey.
Pope of the Dictionary.com Forum
For me, "Have a nice trip" means "Enjoy your holiday/vacation". "Have a nice journey" means "Enjoy travelling to your destination" but it doesn't necessarily wish the person a happy holiday/vacation.
You take a journey in order to arrive at the destination for your trip.
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