Get in a little beach time before making your way to Florence, Italy, with this week’s Travel Channel itinerary – and get a taste of new cultures from the comfort of your couch.

On Monday at 9|8c, Andrew Zimmern opens a pop-up restaurant in Los Angeles for Bizarre Foods America. Get a peek at what he’s serving with the Bizarre Food of the Week!

Then at 10|9c, Hotel Impossible’s Anthony Melchiorri stops in Daytona Beach, FL, to help an ailing hotel get its act together. Learn more about the city famous for its NASCAR with our Daytona Beach City Guide.

On Wednesday at 9|8c, New England gets its chance to prove to Adam Richman that the region has sandwiches worth traveling for in this new episode of Best Sandwich in America. Besides its sandwiches, check out these other Seven Wonders of New England.

On Thursday at 9|8c, Trip Flip heads to Italy where Bert Kreischer surprises 2 vacationers with a Florence getaway. Plan a “trip flip” of your own with our tips on the best of Florence.

Then at 9:30|8:30c, travelers decide on their ideal place to stay during their Vancouver vacation. See how this Canadian city earned its reputation for cosmopolitan charm with our Vancouver Weekend Guide.

On Friday at 10|9c, Amy and Steve of The Dead Files solve a mystery in Huntington, WV. Find out why West Virginia is just one of many places perfect for a cheap summer getaway.

Finally, our new show All You Can Meat premieres on Sunday at 10|9c with 2 back-to-back episodes. First, host Chuey Martinez searches for the ultimate pulled pork by visiting barbecue joints all the way from North Carolina to Colorado.  Then, he’s on the hunt for the perfect beef brisket with stops in Texas, Kansas City and even a tour of the best food trucks in LA. Find out where you can find the best barbecue in the US by taking a trip to Barbecue Paradise.


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  1. justine says:

    love the bizarre with az – is the caribbean not bizarre enough?! perhaps he needs to dig a little deeper – can we help

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Amanda DiGiondomenicoAmanda is a freelance blogger and considers herself a resident of both Baltimore and Washington, DC. She loves taking road trips up and down the East Coast, but looks for...


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