Rick Steves' Europe is public television's most-watched, longest running travel series. Rick is excited to join us for an evening here in Washington, D.C. to share some of his favorite adventures, answer questions, and delight us with some behind-the-scenes travel stories. Come meet the man who has introduced us to travels in Europe from the comfort of our couch.
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