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Rick Steves' Europe
Rick Steves is the celebrated host, writer and producer of the public television show "Rick Steves' Europe." He has authored 30 European travel books, including "Rick Steves' Italy 2006," which is the best-selling international travel guidebook in the United States. Steves' weekly column offers a thoughtful and intimate approach to destination travel, unveiling the pleasures of Europe off the beaten path. Introduce your readers to the wonders of European travel the Rick Steves way. Moves with art.
Rick Steves' Europe Samples
When I was 18, I wrote a postcard to my grandmother from Austria, describing how I slept for free on the porch of a hostel in Innsbruck. One of the most amazing changes over the past decade is the speed and ease with which you can get around.
I head to Europe every spring, ready to start afresh on a new season of travel. I may not have the greenest thumb, but wandering through a European garden is one of the better ways I've found to unwind and enjoy the world.
Once trapped in communist East Germany, bustling Leipzig is now a city of business and culture. There are many reasons for visitors to spend time here, too. But there's another compelling reason to visit.
Belgium falls through the cracks. This city of about 500,000 offers visitors an eclectic array of sightseeing -- and it's easy to navigate since most locals speak English. Just arriving can be a thrill.
One of the great joys of European travel is eating. I have only a few basic rules for eating my way through Europe. Begin by looking for welcoming spots filled with locals.
It was the final day of a two-month trip to Europe. In the morning, I bought a one-day, off-peak subway and bus pass and caught the Tube from my hotel in South Kensington to Westminster.
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