Destinations: The Americas

Watch Destinations: The Americas

  • 2014
  • 1 Season

Filmed entirely on location from Northern Canada to South America's southern tip, this ongoing travel series invites discovery of the most significant destinations in all of the America's. Each major travel destination reveals the most popular "must see" sites, events, and attractions. Many of the destinations also spotlight surrounding areas to further enrich the experience.

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Vancouver, BC & Surrounds
10. Vancouver, BC & Surrounds
 
You will see the most popular "must see" sites including: Gastown sector, Barn's Block, Harbor Center, Science Center, Granville Island, Stanley Park, Lion's Gate Bridge and much more. Also visited are the surrounding areas of Whistler, Victoria, Seattle (Pike's Place Market, Space Needle).
San Francisco & Northern California
9. San Francisco & Northern California
 
You will see the most popular "must see" sites including: Chinatown, Italian neighborhood, North Beach, Condor Club, Haight-Ashbury, Castro Street, Asian Art Museum, Fisherman's Wharf, Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and much more. Also visited are the surrounding areas of Sacramento, Berkeley, and Muir Woods National Monument.
Philadelphia & Washington DC
8. Philadelphia & Washington DC
 
You will see the most popular "must see" sites including: Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Declaration of Independence, Masonic Temple, Penn's Landing, Academy of Natural Science, Franklin Institute Science Museum, Philadelphia Museum of Art, White House, Capitol Building, Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, Smithsonian, National Gallery of Art, Arlington Cemetery and more.
New York City
7. New York City
 
You will see the most popular "must see" sites including: Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, Times Square, Brooklyn Bridge, Chinatown neighborhood, Little Italy, Mulberry Street, Soho (south of Houston Street), Pennsylvania Station, Madison Square Garden, Macy's, Rockefeller Center, St-Patrick's Cathedral, Broadway, Times Square, Central Park, and much more.
Montreal & Quebec
6. Montreal & Quebec
 
You will see the most popular "must see" sites including some less traditional options: Latin Quarter, Bell Hockey Center, the Old Port, Jean-Talon Market, Mont Royal Plateau, Lafontaine Park, Blainville Equestrian Park, Basque region, Provancher Society of Natural History, Albertine's Attic, Notre Dame des Neiges, Green Island, Mont Ham.
Florida: The South and West Coasts
5. Florida: The South and West Coasts
 
You will see an overview of the most popular cities including: South Beach, Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Key Biscayne, Coral Gables, Tampa and Naples.
Florida: Key West & The Everglades
4. Florida: Key West & The Everglades
 
You will see the most popular "must see" sites in the Conch Republic including: Ernest Hemingway's home, Biscayne National Underwater Park, the old lighthouse, deep sea fishing, artisanal shops and restaurants and much more. Once the kingdom of Seminole Indians, the Everglades is now a protected biosphere. Whether traveling by boat or on trails, this vast marshland is rich in wildlife and flora.
Dallas & Surrounds
3. Dallas & Surrounds
 
You will see the most popular "must see" sites including: Dallas Old Town, Convention Center Resort, the public market, Dallas nightlife, Dallas Cowboys Stadium, Texas Rangers Ballpark, the famous Ewing family ranch, Southfork, Texas Book Depository Building, and much more. Also visited are the surrounding areas of Waco and Fort Worth.
Calgary & Canadian Rockies
2. Calgary & Canadian Rockies
 
You will see the most popular "must see" sites including: Calgary Tower, Glenbow Museum, Saddle Dome, Fish Creek Provincial Park, Spruce Meadows equestrian center, the Calgary Stampede, Olympics Village, Heritage Park, Bow River, the Canadian Rockies at Banff, Lake Louise and Whistler, and much more.
Boston/New England
1. Boston/New England
 
You will see the most popular "must see" sites including: King's Chapel (1746), Old South Meeting House, Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, Ye Olde Union Oyster House, Holocaust Memorial, Waterfront neighborhood, Boston Common, Boston's major universities and much more. Also visited are the surrounding areas of Connecticut, Maine and Massachusetts.
Description

Filmed entirely on location from Northern Canada to South America's southern tip, this ongoing travel series invites discovery of the most significant destinations in all of the America's. Each major travel destination reveals the most popular "must see" sites, events, and attractions. Many of the destinations also spotlight surrounding areas to further enrich the experience.

  • Premiere Date
    January 1, 2014