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
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Tour guides from Lisbon paint audio pictures of the vivid art that colors the streets of Portugal, then a journalist and former diplomat tells of how curiosity led him to meet with healers in the jungles of Nicaragua and Belize. And travel writer Ric... more
A culinary historian tells us what's traditionally been on the Thanksgiving table over the years. The head of the World Food Program USA updates us on the work that goes into feeding the world's most impoverished communities. Also, we remember Tucson... more
Hear about the risks and heroism it took to protect Europe's art treasures during World War II. Then vicariously eat your way through four of Italy's lesser-known regions — where specialties include elaborate seafood stews, spreadable salamis, and so... more
Rick is a socialist and communist leaning man. You would think with his deep hatred for the USA he would leave?
There are other travel podcasts to listen to if one is not onboard traveling WITH Rick. There are various reasons WHY people make their travel destination choices. Personally, I don’t know how one can avoid religion and politics when traveling to other countries/cultures (even our own) or entering a museum / historical site-unless it’s for food, spa, or entertainment. Oh, and this podcast covers that, too. Rick presents a wide range of travel ideas to a wide range audience. Bravo!
As someone who lives and owns a travel business in Central America, Rick’s takes on this part of the world always leave me asking new questions about my home here. Which is humbling and exciting, two feelings I think resonate among people who travel the world. Amazing work, love listening!
I enjoy hearing about travels. I fast forward through the religious stories. Sadly it seems I’m having to fast forward through more than ever. more
Thank you for considering your listeners and avoiding ads. Your show is already great, and that’s the cherry on top. We appreciate you!!
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