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Bourdain travel map

I was a bit surprised to discover that a new season of Parts Unknown will start this weekend. Since, you know, the leading man is not with us anymore.

As this will be the 25th season featuring Anthony Bourdain, it’s getting hard to keep track of all the locations he has visited. I’ve created a map of his travels from 2000 to 2018, covering all four series:

  • A Cook’s Tour (2 seasons)
  • The Layover (2 seasons)
  • No Reservations (9 seasons)
  • Parts Unknown (11 seasons)

You may zoom the map using mouse scroll and hover the countries to see which episodes that were filmed there. Have a look!

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