best shows to stream

when you can't TRAVEL

Travel shows help us research future trips around the globe and keep us from going crazy as we wait on that much-needed break from reality.


This award-winning travel and food show will make you fall in love with the warm embrace of Italy.

Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy

Take in the sites from: – Sardinia – Umbria – Tuscany – Naples


Comedian Aziz Ansari’s character in Italy, where he has decided to become an aspiring pasta maker.

Master of None

What brings it together is a Vespa ride, a highly recommended activity.


British humor and comedy situations that Jack Whitehall and his father find themselves in while taking multiple trips across the world.

Jack Whitehall: Travels With My Father

The show takes you to: – Southeast Asia – Eastern and Central Europe – America – Australia


Combining Asian food with foodie influencers, chefs, and celebrity guests.

Family Style

You’ll learn about annual food events from East to West.


This history docuseries helps you learn more about each location.

Secrets of Great British Castles

Learn about their construction and involvement in British history, including: – Royalty – Government and politics – Religion – Day-to-day life


This documentary helps highlight the vibrant Scottish culture and gorgeous landscapes of the countryside.

Men in Kilts

Each episode has a particular focus on what makes Scotland worth visiting.


This show is set in the beautiful town of Lillehammer, Norway.


The show’s subtle humor highlights what Norway is and is not commonly known for.


Another buddy adventure starring Scottish actor Ewan McGregor and travel writer/actor Charley Boorman.

Long Way Trilogy

They must make their way through Europe, Africa, Asia, North America, and South America during the show’s seasons.


Midnight Asia helps display the hustle and bustle of metropolitan cities throughout Asia.

Midnight Asia

These places seem to never sleep with: – Vibrant nightclubs – Indie music performances – Street food stalls


This New Zealand documentary has some supernatural overtones.

Dark Tourist

You may not want to watch alone if you get scared easily.


Contains British humor we all have come to know and love from creators Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant.

An Idiot Abroad

What’s great about this show is the natural reactions from Karl, as he has no clue what he is being pulled into.

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