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Rick Steves Alternatives

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Does anyone have any good alternatives to Rick Steves when looking to watch travel videos to get a feel for various areas? We are finding him so dull, and quite frankly getting turned off every area he highlights - not because we're uninterested in traveling there, but because he makes it seem awfully boring to visit.

Any other tried and true travel vloggers that will actually inspire us? (We're looking at France, mostly, but were trying to explore some other Western Europe areas as well)

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