In the company of veteran African bush pilot Pierre Jeannet, Vincent unearths the history of the Lavaux vineyard terraces, planted on the edge of Lake Geneva in the 12th century and today listed as a UNESCO world heritage site. In Bex, he descends into a 1000m-deep salt mine, dug out in the 15th century. Finally in Nendaz, at the foot of monumental snow-capped peaks, he witnesses a surreal concert performed by players of the Alpenhorn, the musical ancestor of the mobile phone.
Roberto Rinaldi is a dentist as well as a skilled pilot. In love with his region, he takes Vincent to Modena to examine an excavation site full of buried Roman treasures.More info
With Antonio Ferrari, a pilot with 35 years’ experience, Vincent explores the region around Venice.More info
Today Vincent unveils the magnificent region of Italy’s big lakes aboard the hydroplane of Cesare Baj. First stop is the tiny island where Napoleon liked to rest up, surrounding himself with cypress trees.More info