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Peter Greenberg is America's most recognized, honored and respected front-line travel news journalist. Peter is Travel Editor for CBS News, appearing on CBS This Morning and The Evening News with Scott Pelley, among other broadcast platforms. Peter Greenberg Worldwide Podcast is a travel news show airing from a different location every weekend, featuring local experts sharing their favorite gems.

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This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg from Cairo, Egypt. We've been broadcasting at least once every year from Egypt since 1998. Tourism numbers are down drastically in Egypt, but, as a veteran traveler to the region, Peter... more

Mr. Tarek Saad El Din, Governor of Luxor, Egypt, addresses the safety concerns of traveling to Egypt and why travelers should not worry about visiting the country. He explains that the media has only focused on one square meter... more

Gordon Bannerman, Sports Editor of the Perthshire Advertiser, discusses all things golf as well as other popular sports in Scotland. All of this and more on this episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg.

Steve Burdett, Falconry Instructor at The Gleneagles Hotel, talks about the history of falconry. He explains the different types of birds used in falconry and how they each have different purposes.

This week on Travel Today with Peter Greenberg we come to you from Beijing, China. Forget the typical guided tour—Beijing is where Peter goes (often in a sidecar) to get lost in zigzagging hutongs, to explore seven world... more

Ruth Vahle, founder of the Beijing Expat Guide, gives us some advice for coming to Beijing, tells us what US television programs are most popular in Beijing, and describes why Beijing is a very safe city. All of this and more when Travel... more

This week's radio show comes from the Fairmont Monte-Carlo in Monaco, which may be the second smallest country in the world, but it is a highly visited one. Monaco sees nearly 300,000 visitors each year, who enjoy the warm weather of... more

Annie Fitzsimmons, National Geographic‘s Urban Insider, dishes about the surprising new hot spots for travel and why Berlin is at the top of her destination list. Peter also shares a story about Merv Griffith and his clever way of... more

Jennifer Fox, President of Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, explains why shared accommodations like Airbnb don't provide the service that you get in a hotel. Staying in hotels is still the better option for those who want to be pampered. All... more

Three fourths of Uganda‘s tourists visit from neighboring countries, proving that the East African country may be more of a bucket list destination for Westerners. Uganda's natural beauty and rich history are an untapped resource... more

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