9 Most Popular Travel Shows On Tv

Every individual loves to travel but with different purpose. For some travelling is learning while for others it is a way of enjoying vacations and holidays, for some it is a way to take break from the daily life, unplugging from the pulls and pushes of technology and engaging in new activities in new places, some travel simply to unwind.
However there are some who longs to travel but cant meterialise it, does that mean they cant enjoy travelling? The answer is no, they actually can. Thanks to different travel shows on TV that can take you to different parts of the world, while you sit back relaxing on your couch.
Different travel shows are aired on TV in different languages but very few are actually the best and draws millions of viewers. The following list includes the names of 9 most popular Travel shows that all the travel enthusiasts must watch:

Bizzare Foods with Andrew Zimmern

Bizzare Foods with Andrew Zimmern

Andrew Zimmern meanders the globe hunting down bizarre and unordinary indulgences. In every destination, Andrew tests the local culinary pleasures. In any case, he doesn’t go in for the typical nourishments that vacationers would be attracted to. Rather, he pursues the most odd nourishments that the area brings to the table. He clarifies the taste, surface and history of the considerable number of sustenances he tastes.

Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations

Anthony Bourdain No Reservations

Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations apart from being a cooking based show it can likewise be considered as a great travel show with Bourdain setting out to outlandish places and pushing himself into different societies. It’s contemptuous, enlightening, crude and greatly addicting, making it the best travel show on-air at this moment.

Street Food Around the World

Street Food Around the World

From eye to hand to mouth, Ishai Golan is taking you into the world’s kitchens of the roads, markets and rear ways concealing the best road nourishment as well as the place. Nearby culinary experts and enlightened inhabitants join the party, helping Ishai lift the cover on their city’s best-continued cooking mysteries.



Lonely Planet show investigates nations in the organization of alluring Lonely Planet creators why should decided pioneer another trail, encounter new things and experience new individuals by wandering forward on streets less voyaged. In every nation, the Lonely Planet creator investigates about six destinations that are either overlooked, yet to enroll, or just barely showing up on voyagers radars. Every destination harbors something remarkable or uncovers something interesting about the character of the nation.

Passport to Europe

Passport to Europe

This is a TV program on the Travel Channel that takes after the bubbly and perky TV host Samantha Brown around Europe going by different famous European urban communities, including prime travel destinations, for example, Berlin, Munich, Amsterdam, Venice, Florence, Rome, Paris and London, and additionally littler urban communities as well.

Globe Trekker

Globe Trekker

Globe Trekker is an experience tourism TV show created by Pilot Productions. The British arrangement was enlivened by the Lonely Planet travel books and started airing in 1994. Globe Trekker is telecast in more than 40 nations crosswise over six continents. The program won more than 20 worldwide recompenses. The Globe Trekker arrangement sends one voyager to an alternate area every scene. From Argentina to Zimbabwe, in enormous urban areas and more remote districts, the hosts have secured the world, looking at customary celebrations, investigating the way of life, eating, drinking, climbing, and interfacing with neighborhood individuals.

Eat Street

Eat Street

From a 42-foot truck serving the freshest and most conventional style tacos to a frozen yogurt truck dissidents with innovative tackles portable dinners and rousing stories to tell. It also travels different places alongside exploring the famous street foods of the place.

Word Travels

Word Travel

Word Travels finds reality behind the byline. From the heaven seas of The Maldives to the battle areas of Sri Lanka, TV viewers get the chance to take after the phenomenal existences of Robin Esrock and Julia Dimon, two of Canada’s most sweltering youthful travel authors, in the documentary with shocking visuals shot crosswise over four landmasses.

George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces

George Clark's Amazing Space

The host George Clarke investigates the uncommon uses individuals make of little spaces. He ventures to every part of the nation, visiting beautiful places and taking a gander at astonishing small scale manufactures and the propelled individuals undertaking them in the trust of expanding every last bit of space in their homes or gardens.

These are couple of shows that will definitely arouse your thirst for travel and sometimes can help you to quench it as well.

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