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Rick Steves, America's leading authority on European travel, returns to transport viewers to the continent's bustling cities, quaint villages and picturesque countryside.

We marvel at Stone Age cave paintings, mighty megaliths, and mysterious goddesses.
Early Europeans produce diverse art: from Christians to Muslims and Byzantines to Vikings.
The grand cities of ancient Rome’s vast empire and majestic churches of its fall.
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Medieval York and Georgian Bath pack an exciting pair of sightseeing punches.
From Mount Snowdon, to sweeping Victorian promenadades, to the Beatles' Liverpool.
Edinburgh is the historical and cultural heart of Scotland.
We’ll climb to the top of nearby Mount Vesuvius, then wander through the ruin of Pompeii.
Positano, Sorrento, the ancient temples of Paestum and the Blue Grotto beneath Capri.
Milan's fashion, delis and opera house, and Lake Como, where Italy meets the Alps.
Tuscany's "sweet life": truffle hunting, an artichoke festival, the Leaning Tower of Pisa
San Gimignano’s medieval towers, Cortona’s charming lanes and Orvieto’s papal intrigue.
Europe’s classiest capital: the palace of Maria Theresa and a picnic on the Danube
Salzburg: boat rides in Salzkammergut lake district, exploring the town of Hallstatt
Rick and his crew take you behind the scenes to show you just how they produce this series
We’ll slow down to enjoy Burgundy’s edible, drinkable, scenic, and floatable delights.
Extras
Join Rick as he visits Sevilla, Córdoba, Granada, Costa del Sol, and Gibraltar.
Travel expert Rick Steves explores five of Germany's most important cities.
Groundbreaking statues, paintings, and architecture—humanism in Florence and beyond.
Romanticism, Impressionism, Art Nouveau; Cubism (Picasso) and Surrealism (Dalí).
Art of Europe’s “Age of Faith”: Romanesque, Gothic, Byzantine, Moorish, and even Viking.
Bubbly Baroque art and austere Neoclassicism; divine kings, Revolution, and Napoleon.
The rise and fall of Rome through its architecture and art (statues, mosaics, frescoes).
Prehistoric cave paintings; Egyptian pyramids and temples; classical Greek statues.
Rick Steves explores the "Eternal City" of Rome in this hour-long travel special.
This special is a sonnet to travel as Rick celebrates the joy of exploring our world.
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