NEW Shows Travel Phoenix Park - Europe's largest walled City Park Wednesday, November 2nd The beautiful Phoenix Park is the largest enclosed city park in Europe with 1,750 acres to explore all year round!It used to be a hunting ground and you can still see plenty of deers roaming free. The Park is also home to the official residence of the President of Ireland, the Dublin Zoo, the Victorian People's Flower Gardens and much more, so don't miss this tour!
In The Footsteps Of Shakespeare Wednesday, November 2nd Do you know where the famous writer William Shakespeare was born? No? So come walk in his footsteps in his hometown Stratford-Upon-Avon with our new host Ian and of course we will also see some of the city's main sights.
Chicago Icons Inside & Out - John Hancock Ctr. & 360 Friday, November 4th This show with Mike will be special, so I guarantee you don't want to miss it! We will be visiting a famous sight of Chicago, the former John Hancock Center, our host's favorite building, with its minimalist and innovative architecture. Inside we will see an incredible observation deck known ad 360 CHICAGO, be prepared to get some breathtaking views of the city!
Jewish Odessa Part 3: Odessa's Jews in the Second World War Thursday, November 3rd Let's join Olga and stroll around Odessa’s old town to uncover the history of the Jewish community from the city’s founding till the late eighteen hundreds. This virtual travel show will take you to the Odessa neighborhoods connected with this devastating period of the city’s history. You’ll walk along the “roads of death” that lead to the ghetto and the areas of mass killings, and visit the Holocaust memorial. Olga will share with you stories of survival and of the righteous gentile.
Cortona under the Tuscan Sun Friday, November 4th Let Patrizia take you to Cortona, a small town in the mountains. The village is particularly picturesque due to its typically medieval architecture, consisting of ancient palazzos, narrow cobbled streets, small artisan shops and classic Tuscan trattorias.
Rishikesh - Yoga Capital of the World Friday, November 4th Rishikesh is the seventh most populated city in the state of Uttarakhand. It is known as the pilgrimage town and regarded as one of the holiest places for Hindus. Hindu sages and saints have visited Rishikesh since ancient times to meditate in search of higher knowledge. Besides all that it is one of the most beautiful places in India. Join in and explore this incredible location with Komal!
Halloween Halloween the Bolivian Way Day of the Dead, part II Wednesday, November 2nd As we know Halloween is celebrated differently in every country (or not celebrated at all). On this show Renan will continue to show us how Bolivia celebrates. In the Andean tradition, death does not exist and is understood as a transition because life is eternal. Around this beautiful belief, Bolivians cultivate one of Latin America's most deeply rooted celebrations of this date with all sorts of rituals and more.
Series - NEW Episodes Series: Trier's Street Art and Public Art Friday, November 4th The architectural mix of Gothic, Baroque and Romanesque elements already turn the oldest city in Germany, Trier, into an art piece of itself. But did you know that the local street art scene is just as incredible? Come with us for a relaxed walk through the beautiful city and see the painted walls and arts on the way with Juliane!
Coming Soon Travel Introducing Oxford... Sunday, November 6th Let's explore a new city with Ian. Oxford may be known for its 1000 years in education background but it has so much more to offer on a tour! The city is breathtaking and has some famous sights to see which Ian will show us. He will be showing us incredible architecture, revealing links to key events and famous people in English history, and sharing some of the quirky stories and traditions that make Oxford a city like no other.
Charity Tour of Prague's Olšany Cemetery Sunday, November 6th Join Max and take a walk on the most famous cemetery of Czech capital and discover the story behind hundreds of years of history on this Halloween special! Old graves, burial chapels, and ancient sculptures, all in one show… and the best of it? This show helps a good cause! 50% of the guide's proceeds go to reconstructing endangered heritage. So click on the button and book now!
Khor Virap, a monastery at the feet of the biblical mountain - Ararat Monday, November 7th Let's go with Khach to the Monastery complex of Khor Virap, one of the most frequented religious and tourist destinations in Armenia. The scenery is truly breathtaking, come discover it and its history with us!
Grafton Street - Dublin's most fashionable Street Monday, November 7th Grafton Street has become internationally known for its street entertainment, particularly busking. Musicians, poets and mime artists commonly perform to the shopping crowds in Dublin’s most fashionable street. There sure is a lot going on there! Join in with our local guide, Dave, and take a deep dive into one of the most incredible parts of Ireland.
Cloud forest hummingbirds in Ecuador Tuesday, November 8th I’ve always enjoyed watching and hearing the birds. Where I live there are actually quite a lot of them. That’s why I am looking forward to this one. Mindo is a beautiful place in Ecuador and it is famously known as one of the best birdwatching locations in the country. I even heard that they love visitors! Join us, and let our host, Stefany, guide you through this relaxing walk. Don’t forget to plug in some good headphones for the full experience.
Ecuador: Butterflies & Orchids from the Cloud Forest Tuesday, November 8th In the cloud forest in Ecuador there are around 90 types of butterflies and many kinds of Orchids, all of them are beautiful. Let's take a stroll there with Stefany and enjoy the flowers and spot different types of butterflies!
History The Spanish Golden Age (7 Pt. Series) - Arts & Culture Pt. 4 Monday, November 7th In this series of 7 episodes, we will explore one of the most fascinating periods in Spanish history: the Golden Age. This will run through the 15 to the 17th century, with episodes giving prior and later context for the formation of this huge empire where the sun never set! Episode 4 explored the development of the arts and culture in Spain despite the sombre times the empire was facing. We will learn about the Baroque style in art and architecture and how some of the smartest minds of the period develop poetry and theatre as a social commentary on the people of Spain.
More great shows for the next days Travel Tales of Edinburgh's Darker Side: Part 2 Wednesday, November 2nd Join Sam and stroll down Edinburgh's Medieval High Street after dark. See the locations of Punishment, Executions, Murder and more. Hear stories of miraculous escapes and ghostly apparitions.
Food Cooking Ukrainian Borscht, a dish with a national character Wednesday, November 2nd A Borscht recipe is something every home should have, regardless if you're Ukrainian or not. This traditional Ukrainian borscht combines the earthiness of beets with the freshness of dill and other vegetables. It smells delicious and promises warmth, comfort, fullness, and sense of peace. Let Olga show you how to cook this iconic beet soup!
Culture Dos & Don'ts: Cross Cultural Africa Thursday, November 3rd Join Karol in Uganda for a fun “game”! She will tell us all about the traditions, taboos and so on of her country. Always when traveling is useful and interesting to know the do's and dont's of the place you're visiting, for example here in Brazil if you make certain gestures that might be common in other places is offensive! So let's see what she has to show us.
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