Rick Steves' Europe
Rick Steves displays the joys of European travel.
Rick Steves (Host)
|"Vienna and the Danube" Vienna's gardens, art and fine music; a trip along the Danube River; hiking through the Baroque Melk Abbey. (Repeat)||WNET|
|"Paris: Embracing Life and Art" Cluny Museum; midnight ride in a classic car; stained glass in Sainte-Chapelle; Père Lachaise Cemetery; Parisian cafes. (Repeat)||WNET|
|"The Czech Republic Beyond Prague" Art Nouveau; peat bathing in Olomouc, Moravský Krumlov, Trebon and Konopiste; Holocaust memorial in Terezen. (Repeat)||WNET|
|"London: Historic and Dynamic" Royal tombs in Westminster Abbey; the British Library; Winston Churchill's secret World War II headquarters; the prime meridian at Greenwich, London. (Repeat)||WNET|
|"Burgundy: Profoundly French" Fine living in Burgundy, France; canal barge; medieval hospice; modern monastery. (Repeat)||KYNE|
|"Athens and Side Trips" The Parthenon, Agora and National Archaeological Museum in Athens; the ruins of the oracle at Delphi; traffic-free Isle of Hydra. (Repeat)||WNET|
Rick Steves' guidebooks, public-radio program and numerous television series have made him an essential resource for travelers wishing to explore Europe. This program finds the knowledgeable host offering globetrotters a fresh perspective on lodgings, transportation and places to visit on their journeys. One thing that hasn't changed, however, is Steves' belief that travelers should become ``temporary locals,'' exploring not only major cities and the usual sites, but out-of-the-way locales that often produce the most authentic, and enjoyable, experiences of a trip.
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