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Andy Steves Travel Podcast

By Andy Steves

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Andy Steves brings a lifetime of travel experience in Europe and a passion for connecting with those from other cultures to this podcast. He's a travel entrepreneur, a self-proclaimed coffee snob, amateur cyclist and award-winning guidebook author, our speaker, Andy Steves loves helping travelers bridge the cultural gaps they encounter while on the road. By combining modern technology with the travel philosophies of his father, travel guru Rick Steves, Andy is becoming the new voice of millennial travel.

Customer Reviews

Brought back the memories!

So happy to run across your interview with Kamal Mukarker! My husband and I were some of those tourists Kamal spoke of that learned of him through Andy's father, Rick. We stayed at Kamal's home, we were feasted with fabulous hospitality and food, and were taken to all those places he mentioned in the West Bank. It was a trip beyond anything we could have wished for. He was also an angel to help with other arrangements to places in Jordan. Kamal has so much knowledge of the history of the area and is a gifted communicator. Thanks for the interview with him and thanks for bringing back some of our BEST memories ever!

I feel like I’m there-

Thanks for the great travel stories, I want to look up all these amazing guests before my next trip to Europe.

Not worth listening

Nepotism isn’t always a bad thing, but it certainly is here. The sound quality renders the guests sometimes incoherent. He makes some foolish statements, which the guests sometimes politely contradict. Substance is lacking. Editing would help a lot. If he weren’t Rick Steve’s son, this podcast would never ever happen. That’s an unfortunate measurement. This career does not appear to have been earned.

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