The COVID-19 pandemic has devastated the travel industry. The entire industry is in the midst of rethinking everything about its present and future, including the man many consider to be the face of American travel. For more than 40 years, Rick Steves‘ travel books have helped millions explore Europe. He’s also the host of the long-running American Public Television show “Rick Steves’ Europe” and radio show “Travel With Rick Steves.” Steves checks in with Growing Bolder to share his vision for the future of travel and how he thinks it will change in the years to come.
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