I love making TV — because it means I can share my love of Europe with millions of travel partners all across America. And I’m especially excited about Season 10 of Rick Steves’ Europe, which is airing now on public television throughout the country. Over the last few months, we’ve taken you to Portugal, England, the Greek Islands, and Sicily — and now we’re wrapping things up with three full episodes about Scotland.
We spent 18 days filming these episodes, and we never stepped foot in Edinburgh. We started off with Glencoe, Inverness, the Culloden battlefield, and Loch Ness (“Scotland’s Highlands”). Then we wandered across the isles of Iona and Skye and set sail for Orkney’s wartime harbor at Scapa Flow (“Scotland’s Islands”). And we finished things up with trips to Glasgow and Stirling Castle — enjoying a taste of whisky and a sheepdog demonstration along the way (“Glasgow and Scottish Passions”).
I’m really excited to be able to share 90 minutes of pure, hardcore Scotland with our traveling viewers. Check your local listings — and keep on travelin’!