Season 2

    Islands Without Cars, the unique independent travel series hosted by Kira Cook, is back for a second season! In six whimsical half-hour installments, Kira shows us what life is like on islands in the Western Hemisphere’s developed world that have managed to keep a well-worn foot in the past by restricting or forbidding the use of motorized vehicles.

    Video thumbnail: Islands Without Cars Scotland’s Isles of Eigg and Easdale

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    Scotland’s Isles of Eigg and Easdale

    Explore The Isle of Eigg, a beautiful Hebridean Island, and Easdale.

    Scotland’s Isles of Eigg and Easdale

    Video thumbnail: Islands Without Cars Germany’s Heligoland Island

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    Germany’s Heligoland Island

    We visit Heligoland, a rocky island in the North Sea with a rocky past.

    Germany’s Heligoland Island

    Video thumbnail: Islands Without Cars Italy’s Venetian Lagoon (Venice and Burano)

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    Italy’s Venetian Lagoon (Venice and Burano)

    We explore the incomparable and mythologized city of Venice and the tiny island Burano.

    Italy’s Venetian Lagoon (Venice and Burano)

    Video thumbnail: Islands Without Cars Sweden’s Southwestern Archipelago

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    Sweden’s Southwestern Archipelago

    A celebration in Marstrandson, a visit to Styrso, and fishing in Vrango are highlighted.

    Sweden’s Southwestern Archipelago

    Video thumbnail: Islands Without Cars Michigan’s Mackinac Island

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    Michigan’s Mackinac Island

    A visit to Michigan features a Lilac Festival, the Grant Hotel and Victorian mansions.

    Michigan’s Mackinac Island

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    Netherlands’ Island of Schiermonnikoog

    We travel to Amsterdam and the nearby 9.9-mile car-free island of Schiermonnikoog.

    Netherlands’ Island of Schiermonnikoog