Rick Steves speaks with Tri-Cities WA about traveling to Europe

Rick Steves will speak at the Columbia Basin Badgers Club about travel to Europe after COVID-19.

Rick Steves will speak at the Columbia Basin Badgers Club about travel to Europe after COVID-19.

Courtesy of Ricksteves.com

One of America’s leading travel experts will speak to an audience in Tri-City next month on how the COVID pandemic will change when visiting Europe.

The Columbia Basin Badger Club is offering an online presentation with travel guru Rick Steves at their noon meeting on January 20.

It has a best-selling guidebook series, a popular public television show, a weekly public radio show, and a subscribed travel column. He founded his company, Rick Steves’ Europe, in Edmonds, Washington in 1976.

“The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lives in many ways, but not least is how it has impacted our ability to enjoy overseas travel,” Columbia Basin Badger said. Club.

“As conditions start to return to normal, Steves says the future of travel – like a lot of other things – will likely be different.”

One example is that old guides may be out of date because businesses have gone out of business.

Register for the presentation on the club’s website, columbasinbadgers.com. The event is free for members and costs $ 5 for others.

This story was originally published December 22, 2021 5:00 a.m.

Cameron Probert covers the latest news and education for the Tri-City Herald, where he tries to answer readers’ questions about why the police and firefighters are in your neighborhood. He studied communication at Washington State University.

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