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Travel with Rick Steves

Rick Steves

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Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

Rick Steves

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A weekly one-hour conversation with guest experts and callers about travel, cultures, people, and the things we find around the world that give life its extra sparkle. Rick Steves is America's leading authority on travel to Europe and beyond. Host and writer of over a hundred public television travel shows and author of 30 best-selling guidebooks, Rick now brings his passion for exploring and understanding our world to public radio. Related travel information and message boards on www.ricksteves.com

Latest Episodes

607 Romantic Bridges and Little Museums of Paris; Burgundy

There's always something new to discover and enjoy when you visit Paris. We'll take a closer look at the beautiful bridges that set the stage for a romantic walk along the Seine as well as the marvels and delights you can find in the city's many specialty museums and galleries. And for the pleasure of slowing down to savor the moment, we'll explore Burgundy, about an hour from the capital.

51 MIN6 h ago
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607 Romantic Bridges and Little Museums of Paris; Burgundy

606 Aniakchak; Here Lies America; Ballpark Boys

After visiting battlefield monuments and memorials, Jason Cochran saw how American history has been written and re-written.He tells us how the Civil War still factors into how his native South views itself.We'll also look at the ultimate summer adventure in social distancing on the Alaska Peninsula and hear how a group of high-school buddies road-tripped to every Major League Baseball stadium.

51 MIN1 w ago
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606 Aniakchak; Here Lies America; Ballpark Boys

605 Vancouver Tourism; Buffalo Hometown Pride; Bosnia

Eager for the Canada-US border to reopen? Whet your appetite to visit Vancouver and Buffalo: A former tourism exec explains issues the industry faces in Canada's West Coast metropolis, and a travel writer from Buffalo rediscovers his hometown's resilience and the fun you can find on either side of the Niagara River. We'll also hear what Bosnia offers as a diamond-in-the-rough destination.

51 MIN1 w ago
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605 Vancouver Tourism; Buffalo Hometown Pride; Bosnia

510a Megalopolis; Copenhagen's Christiania; Teenagers in Europe

An architecture professor from Italy compares the scope of today's mega-cities with the more human scale of Venice. A pair of documentary producers tell us what they found when they got to know the residents of a legendary commune in the middle of Copenhagen. And we get mom-tested advice for making everyone happy on an overseas trip with teenagers.

51 MIN2 w ago
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510a Megalopolis; Copenhagen's Christiania; Teenagers in Europe

604 West Coast Roadtrip; Southern Eats; Travel Kindness

Chandler O'Leary recommends highlights for a drive up the Pacific Coast Highway, from San Diego to the Olympic Peninsula. Matthew Gavin Frank describes some of the quintessential local dishes you can enjoy across the South. And listeners remember people they encountered in their travels, where a simple act of kindness became a lifelong memory.

51 MIN3 w ago
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604 West Coast Roadtrip; Southern Eats; Travel Kindness

603 Millennial Netherlands; Walking Edinburgh; Week in Andalucía

A pair of millennial tour guides from the Netherlands describe the fun their generation looks forward to having again when their country returns to normal. Scottish guides recommend stops to explore when you walk the Royal Mile in Edinburgh. Hear what you shouldn't miss when you visit the Andalucía region of southern Spain. And Rick develops a case of "Venus envy" in the museums of Europe.

51 MINJUN 6
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603 Millennial Netherlands; Walking Edinburgh; Week in Andalucía

488a Enjoy Your Seat; Lisbon Neighborhoods; Buenos Aires Bio

Get stoked for when we can travel again with expert advice on enjoying Lisbon's intimate and historic neighborhoods. Architecture critic James Gardner tells us why he bought an apartment in Buenos Aires, where European elegance and Latin culture combine. And frequent traveler Wendy Simmons shares tips for enjoying your time in the air the next time you take a long-distance flight.

51 MINMAY 30
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488a Enjoy Your Seat; Lisbon Neighborhoods; Buenos Aires Bio

602 How Berlin Remembers; Turkish Delights; Travel to Bhutan

Learn about the traditional Turkish comfort foods and desserts that you can enjoy from the shops and street vendors of Istanbul. An American who's married to an artist in Bhutan explains what's required for visitors to tour the Himalayan kingdom. And guides from Germany describe the monuments to their country's turbulent history that you'll find in Berlin.

51 MINMAY 23
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602 How Berlin Remembers; Turkish Delights; Travel to Bhutan

601 Looking for Rome; The End of Ice; Earth Day

Is it really too late? A mountain-climbing journalist explains why he says the accelerating effects of global warming have put the earth in hospice — and what it requires to turn it around. We'll also hear what the original Earth Day accomplished 50 years ago, and we'll take a closer look at Rome, where viewing more than 2,000 years of history can teach us a few things about our own civilization.

51 MINMAY 16
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601 Looking for Rome; The End of Ice; Earth Day

598 Europe Day Hikes; Orlando 2020; Swiss Cities

Find out how the Disney and Universal theme parks compete for your time and money, and what other things you can plan to enjoy when attractions open up again in Orlando and central Florida. And get inspired to build a day hike into your travel plans or explore the attractions of Switzerland's most interesting cities the next time you're in Europe.

51 MINMAY 9
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598 Europe Day Hikes; Orlando 2020; Swiss Cities

Latest Episodes

607 Romantic Bridges and Little Museums of Paris; Burgundy

There's always something new to discover and enjoy when you visit Paris. We'll take a closer look at the beautiful bridges that set the stage for a romantic walk along the Seine as well as the marvels and delights you can find in the city's many specialty museums and galleries. And for the pleasure of slowing down to savor the moment, we'll explore Burgundy, about an hour from the capital.

51 MIN6 h ago
Comments
607 Romantic Bridges and Little Museums of Paris; Burgundy

606 Aniakchak; Here Lies America; Ballpark Boys

After visiting battlefield monuments and memorials, Jason Cochran saw how American history has been written and re-written.He tells us how the Civil War still factors into how his native South views itself.We'll also look at the ultimate summer adventure in social distancing on the Alaska Peninsula and hear how a group of high-school buddies road-tripped to every Major League Baseball stadium.

51 MIN1 w ago
Comments
606 Aniakchak; Here Lies America; Ballpark Boys

605 Vancouver Tourism; Buffalo Hometown Pride; Bosnia

Eager for the Canada-US border to reopen? Whet your appetite to visit Vancouver and Buffalo: A former tourism exec explains issues the industry faces in Canada's West Coast metropolis, and a travel writer from Buffalo rediscovers his hometown's resilience and the fun you can find on either side of the Niagara River. We'll also hear what Bosnia offers as a diamond-in-the-rough destination.

51 MIN1 w ago
Comments
605 Vancouver Tourism; Buffalo Hometown Pride; Bosnia

510a Megalopolis; Copenhagen's Christiania; Teenagers in Europe

An architecture professor from Italy compares the scope of today's mega-cities with the more human scale of Venice. A pair of documentary producers tell us what they found when they got to know the residents of a legendary commune in the middle of Copenhagen. And we get mom-tested advice for making everyone happy on an overseas trip with teenagers.

51 MIN2 w ago
Comments
510a Megalopolis; Copenhagen's Christiania; Teenagers in Europe

604 West Coast Roadtrip; Southern Eats; Travel Kindness

Chandler O'Leary recommends highlights for a drive up the Pacific Coast Highway, from San Diego to the Olympic Peninsula. Matthew Gavin Frank describes some of the quintessential local dishes you can enjoy across the South. And listeners remember people they encountered in their travels, where a simple act of kindness became a lifelong memory.

51 MIN3 w ago
Comments
604 West Coast Roadtrip; Southern Eats; Travel Kindness

603 Millennial Netherlands; Walking Edinburgh; Week in Andalucía

A pair of millennial tour guides from the Netherlands describe the fun their generation looks forward to having again when their country returns to normal. Scottish guides recommend stops to explore when you walk the Royal Mile in Edinburgh. Hear what you shouldn't miss when you visit the Andalucía region of southern Spain. And Rick develops a case of "Venus envy" in the museums of Europe.

51 MINJUN 6
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603 Millennial Netherlands; Walking Edinburgh; Week in Andalucía

488a Enjoy Your Seat; Lisbon Neighborhoods; Buenos Aires Bio

Get stoked for when we can travel again with expert advice on enjoying Lisbon's intimate and historic neighborhoods. Architecture critic James Gardner tells us why he bought an apartment in Buenos Aires, where European elegance and Latin culture combine. And frequent traveler Wendy Simmons shares tips for enjoying your time in the air the next time you take a long-distance flight.

51 MINMAY 30
Comments
488a Enjoy Your Seat; Lisbon Neighborhoods; Buenos Aires Bio

602 How Berlin Remembers; Turkish Delights; Travel to Bhutan

Learn about the traditional Turkish comfort foods and desserts that you can enjoy from the shops and street vendors of Istanbul. An American who's married to an artist in Bhutan explains what's required for visitors to tour the Himalayan kingdom. And guides from Germany describe the monuments to their country's turbulent history that you'll find in Berlin.

51 MINMAY 23
Comments
602 How Berlin Remembers; Turkish Delights; Travel to Bhutan

601 Looking for Rome; The End of Ice; Earth Day

Is it really too late? A mountain-climbing journalist explains why he says the accelerating effects of global warming have put the earth in hospice — and what it requires to turn it around. We'll also hear what the original Earth Day accomplished 50 years ago, and we'll take a closer look at Rome, where viewing more than 2,000 years of history can teach us a few things about our own civilization.

51 MINMAY 16
Comments
601 Looking for Rome; The End of Ice; Earth Day

598 Europe Day Hikes; Orlando 2020; Swiss Cities

Find out how the Disney and Universal theme parks compete for your time and money, and what other things you can plan to enjoy when attractions open up again in Orlando and central Florida. And get inspired to build a day hike into your travel plans or explore the attractions of Switzerland's most interesting cities the next time you're in Europe.

51 MINMAY 9
Comments
598 Europe Day Hikes; Orlando 2020; Swiss Cities
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