Vienna is a home. Seriously, if you come from anywhere… you’ll feel just perfectly comfortable. You won’t know exactly where to go or what to do, but you won’t mind taking the time to figure it out. Vienna lives off its pleasantness. “Its easy charm.” Bourdain’s on the road to re-discovering Austria’s capital. AdvertisementsRead more "Anthony Bourdain in Vienna"
The Charles Bridge is special. The beer is foamy, frothy, and full of life. Franz Kafka lived and worked here. Anthony Bourdain… well, he worked here for this video: GoogleRead more "Anthony Bourdain in Prague"
Spain. It’s caliente.Read more "Anthony Bourdain in Spain. That Rhymes."
Mr. Bourdain takes his seedy self to seedy Sicily: the home of the modern American mafia and authentic Italy.Read more "Anthony Bourdain in Sicily"
Rick Steves likes Italy. Most people do. But Rick knows what he’s talking about. La Dolce Vita, and that’s more than just a movie. To Rick, Italy means sitting with an old guy to watch a bambina walk by, taking in a road trip through the mountains, being in Switzerland and Italy at the same time, and […]Read more "Rick Steves’ ITALY: Everything You Need To Know About ‘The Boot’"
I’d love to reserve my position as the anti-Rick Steves, but that would imply the man even needs one. He’s the master. Use his wisdom whenever applicable.Read more "Rick Steves Is Just The Greatest"