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From Rick Steves' travels to beautiful Visions of Germany, enjoy a continental tour across Europe this month during our March Membership Drive. Get a copy of your favorite travel special today when you pledge your support for commercial-free public TV as a member of WDSE•WRPT. (Click to become a Member)

Rick Steves' Europe Travel Skills

March 9 at 3:30pm on PBS North
Repeats 3/10 at 6:30pm; 3/16 at 3pm; and 3/17 at 4:30pm on Create!

In a thrilling two-hour special designed to stoke viewers' travel dreams, Rick Steves reveals a dozen of his favorite overlooked European destinations. Shot on his favorite 3,000-mile "Best of Europe" loop: Amsterdam, Germany's Rhineland, Venice, Siena, Italian Riviera, the Swiss Alps, Paris and London; Rick shares the essential skills of smart travel. Rick takes you to the cliff-hanging vistas of Civita, San Sebastian (Spain's proud Basque capital), the castle town of Krumlov, Moroccan port of Tangier, Italian fortress of Lucca, battle-scarred Mostar in Bosnia, Alpine town of Hallstatt, vibrant Volterra, and the Greek island of Hydra, among other sights.

Rick Steves' Mediterranean Mosaic

March 11 at 7pm on Create

Steves shares his extensive knowledge of European history and culture as he winds his way through southern Greece, Turkey and Croatia highlighting the ruins of Olympia and Istanbul's Grand Bazaar.

Rick Steves' Viva Espana!

March 16 at 4pm on PBS 2nd Chance

Marvel at the grandeur of the Moors, and feast on paella. Follow the pilgrim trail, run with the bulls, and savor the culture on this momentous tour.

Visions of Germany: Bavaria

March 16 at 8:30pm on Create
Repeats 3/17, 8pm on Create!

Aerial footage covers old world castles, fortresses and gardens. Enjoy scenic Lindau and the medieval cities of Constance, Meersberg, and Trier, the oldest German city, with the steepest vineyards in the world. (Repeats 3/17 at 8pm on Create!)