Frida, your sentence indicates how much traveling you like rather than how much you like to travel.
yes, but how would you say "we like a lot of travelling". maybe, nos gustan muchos viajes? nos gusta viajar frecuentemente?
The translation of nos given is not correct (nos does not mean we, which is nosotros, but it means "us") the construction sentence in spanish is different, kind of "it is liked by us"
Nos is correct for this sentence. Gustar in spanish is very different. You kinda have to think backwards. It means “to please.” So this sentence would literally mean: Normally traveling a lot pleases us.” There isn’t a word for “to like” in spanish. Me gusto means I like myself or literally, I please me. Me gustas is I like you. But literally means You please me. ¿Te gusto? would be a message send across a classroom. Do you like me? Or literally Do I please you? Very cool stuff