Best of Europe
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tips, trips & secret places from his award-winning public television series.
Rudy is the travel expert millions trust to make their trips memorable and hassle-free. Six unforgettable discs, stunningly
photographed in high definition, go beyond the guidebooks to vividly capture the character of each destination. From magnificent
cities and must-see landmarks to off the beaten path surprises that only Rudy knows, Best of Europe is the only way to travel!
Disc 1: Molto Italiano!
Rome, Hill Towns of Tuscany and Umbria, Naples & The Amalfi Coast, Sicily
Disc 2: Enchanted Italy
Venice, Florence, Genoa and the Italian Riviera, Milan and Lake Como
Disc 3: The Heart of France
Paris, Burgundy and Loire, Provence, French Riviera
Disc 4: London and Beyond
London, English Countryside, Brussels & Belgium, Amsterdam & The Netherlands
Disc 5: Fairy Tale Europe: Germany and Austria
Berlin, Salzburg & The Lakes District, Vienna & The Danube, Munich and Bavaria, plus bonus program, Medieval Europe
Disc 6: Wondrous Europe
Copenhagen & Denmark, Stockholm & Sweden, Oslo and Norway, Europe s Great Getaways plus bonus program,
Top Customer Reviews
Contents of this DVD Set is exactly the same as "Europe to the Max with Rudy Maxa" so if you can get this one cheaper than go for this one & then see if you can get Greece & Spain Rudy Maxa footage separately off amazon!
DVD Set Contents:
Disc #1: Molto Italiano!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was a present for someone else but I did look at one of the DVDs and it had a good summary of places to see and visuals were good.Published on May 29, 2014 by LK
In between restaurant advertisements, markets, beer and wine blogs, that is. If you can get through the paid commercial plugs with these things you do actually see some history... Read morePublished on May 22, 2014 by Bill
Ordered this for my brother who is battling cancer. He and his wife absolutely love this and rewatch it frequently.Published on October 31, 2013 by Jane Knoll-Tennney