Looking for absolute R&R, total escape, or just a change of pace? Rudy shares his “personal picks” for a variety of European adventures that are especially entertaining, exhilarating, or challenging. Soar and explore the Loire Valley from above via hot-air-balloon, hike the rugged Italian Dolomite Mountains, and soak in romantic Venice from a gondola on the canal. Enjoy mountain luge rides, golf, amusement parks, country mazes, or just lazing on a sunny beach.
There are seven continents, 195 countries, and so much to see on Earth that you could spend a thousand lifetimes and still not see it all. Award-winning filmmaker Steve McCurdy takes you on an intimate journey across our entire globe to destinations you would want to visit first, and in doing so, allows you toWatch Now >>
A key attraction of travel in Europe is that, more often than you think, just thirty minutes outside of any city, there is a good chance that attractive getaways lurk nearby; quiet spots to catch ones’ breath. Explore a few such magical places that Rudy himself has found. [FEATURED: France, Italy, Austria, Germany, Netherlands]Watch Now >>
Take a whirlwind tour of one of Laura McKenzie’s favorite cities to visit: Paris. During the day, there is more than enough to keep you busy. Historic sites and museums, such as the Louvre, Notre Dame Cathedral, the Picasso Museum, and the Paris Opera House are only the beginning of what there is to see.Watch Now >>
Prior to modern civilization, the uncertainty of life during the Medieval Times in Europe existed in the form of civil unrest, disease, and famine. Religion played a central role in furthering the Human Endeavor through this unbalanced period in history, hence why some prefer to call this time period The Age of Faith.Watch Now >>