Italy is Rick's favorite place.
You're my hero Rick !
a challenge? really? has he done any traveling at all?
Just got back from Italy and I must say they have lost their way. Most are rude, lazy, in poor health and value wearing tight pants and gucci over health and stoicism.
Rick Steves is now getting old and needing dentures. I am wondering why his young and beautiful girlfriend is sticking with him.
Suggestions on best company/website to pre-book coliseum and pantheon tickets?
20 yrs of following your guides. Thank you sir.
You gotta learn the head games
There are so many travel vlogs or whatever but Rick Steves gets it right. He's knowledgeable and respectful of the country he's talking about and it's not about HIM. It's about the country.
I live in Italy and I tell friends the same. You just need to go with it and enjoy the ride. Well said Sir!
average age of the audience? 61years?
Great job, Rick!
I love Sicily, because they are what you see…..they have no bravado…they are also the most diverse in Italy, in every sense.
Rick Steves is a god
Long live the independent state of Northern Italy!
30 seconds in; yep, my thoughts exactly on Italy. – And yes, definitely more of a Denmark – or even more: Norway – kinda person. That being said, however, I really, really, really liked Florence, San Gimignano and Siena. But it was March. And I was there for museums and architecture and looking around. By foot (except for getting from one town to the next). On a budget. – Was great though.
I think Rick Steves just expressed everything I think. I'm watching the food part. I absolutely agree with him on how to choose restaurants, etc. I am not American; I am a Brit who only discovered the joys of Italy a couple of years ago. Walking around, I stumbled on Trastevere. I had no idea that Raphael had worked on the Villa Farnesina there. It is full of restaurants but right next to fancy ones for the tourists you can find cheap ones. Always look for cheap ones, preferably with no English menus. I have been back to Rome twice, and soon will be going to Florence. Avoid cars. Walk or use public transport. Avoid the summer.
Still one of the best travel channels around! Thanks, Rick!
I liked this. 💕
ANyone know the name of the steak restaurant in Tuscany? I'm dying to know
fantastic talk-loved the bits about the cruises. made me aware of when to schedule time in cruise-frequented locations. thank you for your hard work!
Typical American knowledge of geography. On the map, Slovakia is marked instead of Hungary.
Does anyone know where to get or buy the "cardboard clock" for the car dashboard? Thanks
this is better than watching netflix
I visited the Cinque Terre in late May and it was lovely; my favorite place I visited in Italy. I hiked from Monterroso Al Mare to Vernazza just before sunset. I’m told this is the most difficult hike. The beginning was a bit difficult, but the view was spectacular and I had the trail almost totally to myself. I watched the sunset at Vernazza’s Harbor and bought wine and truffles for next to nothing. I was so pleasantly surprised by Manarola, but I didn’t get to two of the towns, so I have to go back. I loved it. ❤️
If you want to do europe by train you should check out the eurail pass! it's a great deal!
I gotta give him credit for his excellent speaking abilitys
Love Rick. But he's gotten a little "paunchy" around the middle. You would think, what with all the walking he does, he wouldn't have that. Oh well, love him anyway.
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