rather than/ than

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nnyy

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Japanese
We would have booked a trip to a world-famous resort rather than some unknown place.

Can I say "than" instead of "rather than" in this sentence?
If I can, is there any difference between rather than and than in meaning?
Thank you for your help. :)
 
  • Annabelle_123

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    German (CH)
    You can only use "rather than" in your example. I also believe that "some unknown place" should be preceded by a "to". :)
     
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