NEW YORK (AP) — Andy Steves grew up traveling with his famous dad, Rick Steves, who is a guidebook writer, tour operator and PBS show host.
But Andy Steves is now offering his own advice for a new generation of travelers.
A second edition of his book, “Andy Steves’ Europe: City-Hopping on a Budget,” has just been published and his company, Weekend Student Adventures, offers tours in 18 European cities.
Today’s younger travelers are not only on a budget, they’re also strapped for time. Steves provides sightseeing information as well as advice on harnessing technology, finding accommodations on a budget and how to spot authentic eateries while avoiding places geared to tourists.