Rick Steves has been the "travel guinea pig" for American Public Television since Travels in Europe with Rick Steves debuted in April of 1991. He continues his travels under a new title, but it's obviously the same format. Rick shows some out-of-the-way places the average traveler misses, offers countless travel tips, and always enjoys being immersed in the adventure.
Glasgow and Scottish Passions
Episode 10x12; Dec 31, 2018
Glasgow, once an industrial powerhouse, offers a fun look at Scotland's vibrantly gritty urban side — full of edgy street art, trendy dining, and the striking architecture of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Leaving town, we'll tap into Scottish passions as we tour historic Stirling Castle and nearby battlefields, sample a dram at the land's most beloved distilleries on the Speyside Whisky Trail, watch a sheepdog demonstration, and struggle to lift the Manhood Stone at a Highland Games.
10x12: Glasgow and Scottish Passions
10x11: Scotland's Islands
10x10: Scotland's Highlands
10x9: Sicilian Delights
10x8: The Best of Sicily
10x7: European Festivals II
10x6: European Festivals I
10x5: Greek Islands: Santorini, Mykonos, and Rhodes
10x4: Travel Skills: Cruising
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