Premise: Rick Steves' guidebooks, public-radio program and numerous television series have made him an essential resource for travelers wishing to explore Europe. This program finds the knowledgeable host offering globetrotters a fresh perspective on lodgings, transportation and places to visit on their journeys. One thing that hasn't changed, however, is Steves' belief that travelers should become ``temporary locals,'' exploring not only major cities and the usual sites, but out-of-the-way locales that often produce the most authentic, and enjoyable, experiences of a trip.
S03, E10 (First Aired: Nov. 7, 2004)
Cobbled and Baroque Krakow; tragedy at Auschwitz; lively Warsaw.
S03, E11 (First Aired: Nov. 13, 2004)
Straddling the Danube River is the Hungarian city of Budapest, with its bridges, mineral baths, old coffeehouses, parks and thriving capitalism.