Videos: 10 Best International Views

See All Videos
Take a tour of 10 cities that come equipped with killer views. 

Similar Topics:

Amazing International Homes

15 PICTURES
15 PICTURES

Eclectic Exteriors 15 Photos

Homeowners around the world search for the perfect home for the right price.

See the Spaces
14 PICTURES
14 PICTURES

Inviting Interiors 14 Photos

These fascinating spaces have a distinct culture and architectural style.

See the Spaces

Fan Favorites 5 Videos

Find out which house hunting location was the favorite spot for HGTV viewers.

See the Videos
WATCH NOW
WATCH NOW

House Hunters International Full Episodes 10 Videos

Catch up on your favorite moments home buying moments overseas.

Binge-Watch Your Favorites

Balcony With White Chairs and Ocean View

Take a virtual tour of dreamy outdoor getaways all across the world, like this breathtaking balcony setting on the Amalfi Coast in Campania, Italy.

Swiss Estate in Bern, Switzerland as seen on House Hunters International

This large Swiss estate is simple but charming and comes with a little history attached to it because it is the former home of famous author and Nobel Prize winner Hermann Hesse. This home makes a statement both inside as well as outside, projects a sense of stability and can be seen on HGTV’s House Hunters International.

Bedroom With Eclectic Pattern Combination

Mixing patterns can be tricky, but this Parisian apartment, featured on HGTV's House Hunters International, makes it work with graphic bedding and cabana stripes on the walls.

A Floating Home - Daintree, Australia

Who needs dry land to be at home and what could be better than waking up in a new place every day? This 40-foot-long vessel sleeps seven, offering enough space for the homeowners to have guests and can be seen only on HGTV’s House Hunters International.

Charming British Home - Loughborough, England

This quaint brick home has plenty of English charm. The arches over the doorway are reminiscent of Romanesque/Norman architecture and the two large bay windows are a big selling point for this house as seen on HGTV’s House Hunters International.

Elegant Living Room - Paris, France

Eclectic furniture and detailed molding on the ceiling make this apartment distinctly Parisian. A lighted mirror, herringbone wood floor and a distinctive chandelier make this room truly one-of-a-kind as seen on HGTV’s House Hunters International.

Living Room - Alexandra Headland, Australia

This Australian living room is modern and chic with a beige chevron area rug and neutral furniture. The space promotes a simple, no fuss aura and can be seen on HGTV’s House Hunters International.

Tribal Living Room - Panquipulli, Chile

A fitting tribal theme resonates throughout this home in Panguipulli, a city of beautiful lakes, mountains and forests. This living room features hand-hewn log siding and rustic furnishings as seen on HGTV’s House Hunters International.

Craftsman-Style Bedroom With Angled Ceiling

The capital of Switzerland is made up of old, historic homes. This Craftsman-style bedroom, seen on HGTV's House Hunters International features slanted ceilings with exposed wood beams for a cozy, country feel.

Loft-Style Bedroom With View of Australian City

This Brisbane apartment bedroom, featured on HGTV's House Hunters International might be small, but the magnificent view of the city and the Gold Coast Hinterlands make up for a lack of space.

More House Hunters

House Hunters

Weeknights 10pm | 9c

House Hunters Renovation

All New! Saturdays 10p | 9c

House Hunters on Vacation

Consult Program Guide

About the Show

This spinoff of the wildly popular HGTV House Hunters globe trots from Sao Paolo to Prague. Home hunters and their real estate agents check out all sorts of architectural styles and work through the idiosyncrasies of buying real estate in other countries. In any language, home buying is an emotional experience.
Season 72, Episode 7

Split on Urban Versus Rural Living, a Couple from Iowa Have a Trying House Hunt in Lusaka, Zambia

With a background in farming and humanitarian work, Mickey saw the potential for a stronger agriculture industry and lower malnutrition rates in Zambia. After a few visits to the southern African country, Mickey was offered a job providing farming outreach to rural communities outside the capital city, Lusaka. His wife Mandey agreed to the relocation and soon after the couple was carting their five-year old son, and three-year old daughter to the other side of the world. And once they arrived, it became clear they were split on where to live.

Thursday
Oct 23
1:30am | 12:30c
Season 71, Episode 2

A Newly Married Couple Discover Life in North-Eastern South Africa Means Cohabiting with Wild Game

When Jacquie volunteered in South Sudan, she unexpectedly found love after meeting Johann, a paramedic from South Africa. Six months later, they tied the knot and planned to build a life together in her native Canada. But shortly into their marriage, the couple's future was derailed. His paramedic qualifications were not recognized and he was unable to work in his profession. Instead, Johann landed a job in Mozambique and the newlyweds soon found themselves relocating to the other side of the world. And for convenience, they chose to settle in his home country, across the border in Hoedspruit, South Africa. Located in the African bush, the town's a gateway to Kruger National Park, one of Africa's largest and most famous game reserves. And a recent boom in eco-tourism's made the town a hot spot for tourists, but a competitive place to buy real estate. So when Jacquie and Johann started their house hunt, they discovered their 100,000 dollar budget wouldn't go far, and they were divided on a place that met both their demands. She wanted a location close to town, but he preferred a home in the thick of the African bush. Find out how they compromise when House Hunters International goes on safari to Hoedspruit, South Africa.

Saturday
Jan 3
1:30am | 12:30c
Season 73, Episode 3

Looking at the Big Picture in St. Thomas, USVI

Stephanie Clark has always loved escaping the daily grind in Maryland to spend time with her family in St. Thomas, USVI. When her boyfriend Shawn Burman proposed while vacationing there, Stephanie decided that she never wanted to leave. With a desire to continue his education, Shawn didn't require much convincing to embrace Stephanie's dream to move to the Virgin Islands. Relying on her income while Shawn returns to his studies, Stephanie understands that their budget will be tight, so her desires are simple. However, if Shawn is hitting the books at home, he'd like to study in style. Real estate agent Rob Barringer knows that, in this pricey paradise, either Shawn will have to lower his island expectations or Stephanie is going to have to break the bank when House Hunters International sets sail for St. Thomas.

Sunday
Feb 8
11:30pm | 10:30c
Season 76, Episode 10

Family of Four Extends Their Minnesotan Summers by Buying a Caribbean Condo

Mom and dad measure the quietness of an area by whether or not they can hear palm trees blowing in the breeze. But their teenage boys want all the action that comes with living near one of the world's best beaches. The property that pleases all will come with a high price tag. Mom has plans to open a coffee shop here on the island but she may have to sacrifice the budget for the business if she wants everyone to be happy. Along the way, random roosters and back porches with air conditioners raising a racket, not to mention the traffic near Seven Mile, conspire to keep the parents from their peaceful paradise.

Thursday
Mar 26
10:30pm | 9:30c
Season 78, Episode 7

Night Ride Home, Far From The Overload

Eric and Jenna realize they'll never be able to afford a dream home with million dollar views in their current city of Beverly Hills, California. It's a difficult decision but if Eric decides to sell his late grandmother's house that he's been holding onto for fifteen years, they can slow down and enjoy their favorite city of Mazatlán, Mexico. While finding a place within budget in this historical capital is no easy task, especially since this Pearl of the Pacific is evolving into a world class resort, Eric is determined – he's not selling his grandmother's house to walk away from Mexico empty-handed.

Wednesday
Apr 29
10:30pm | 9:30c
Season 82, Episode 2

Family Time in Flemish Brabant

After 14 years of traveling for his job, Ryan and his wife Amie wanted to bring their family closer together. When a job opportunity for a more stable position opened up in Flemish Brabant, Belgium, he jumped at it. Amie wants a home in the suburbs to ensure a smooth transition for the kids, but Ryan wants to make the most of this European opportunity and live in the city of Leuven.

Thursday
Jul 30
10:30pm | 9:30c
Season 73, Episode 2

A Couple from Boston Fear Rocking the Relationship Boat with a Move to St. Thomas

K.J. had a great life and close network of friends in Boston, MA, his home for 16-years. But the city's traffic jams and cold winters were becoming unbearable, and he craved a change of pace and warmer climate. K.J. dreamed of moving to the Caribbean to start a small business, and hoped his girlfriend Kate would come along. When he approached the subject of relocating, Kate threw caution to the wind and agreed, and soon after the couple were bidding farewell to family, friends and their careers. Deciding an American territory was the easiest place to start a business, the duo set their sights on St. Thomas in the US Virgin Islands. But once they arrived, it became clear, they were split on where to call home. Kate wanted beach access and a property on the island's tropical north end. But K.J. disagreed, favoring views and an apartment on the livelier east side. And with no jobs, no home and no resolution in sight, they feared the experience would damage their relatively new relationship. Watch as they navigate rocky terrain in St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands.

Thursday
Sep 17
11:30pm | 10:30c
Season 72, Episode 11

Flying High in Guam

Fadi's career as a commercial pilot lands his family half a world away from their home in Michigan. Equal parts excited and nervous by their new life on Guam, Fadi and wife Christina have different ways of dealing with the unknown. Fadi wants to hold onto the familiarities of a big home and a backyard for their daughter Leila. Christina wants an island life via a small condo on the beach. Beautiful views abound as the family wrestles with Mom's plan of letting the beach be their backyard or Dad's plan of going big or going home when House Hunters International departs, on time, for Guam.

Sunday
Sep 20
2:30am | 1:30c
Season 83, Episode 11

You Better Belize It

The first time Jim and Traci vacationed to Ambergris Caye, Belize, they knew right away that this laid-back Caribbean island was different. A decade later, after countless return trips and with their kids grown and out of the house, Jim's finally persuaded Traci to invest their retirement savings on a home there. Traci's down for the sun and snorkeling as long as they get a condo so she doesn't have to worry about maintenance. But Jim's long-deferred dream is a standalone house so he can enjoy personal outdoor space and a garage for the necessary island transportation: the golf cart. Find out whether 10 years is worth the wait, when House Hunters International explores Ambergris Caye, Belize.

Monday
Oct 12
10:30pm | 9:30c
Season 85, Episode 7

Terni Eclipse of the Heart: A Budget Battle in Italy

Rachael and Tom always find time to travel and explore different parts of the world. A few years ago, they took their first trip to Italy, and it changed them for life. The couple felt at home there and wanted to be a part of the Italian lifestyle instead of just tourists. Once they returned home to Michigan, they researched Italian properties online and sorted their finances, determining that on their second trip to Italy, they could purchase a home. Searching for the right combination of accessibility and affordability, they've decided their ideal location is 65 miles northeast of Rome in the original city for lovers: St. Valentine's birthplace, Terni. Although Terni is quite affordable compared with larger Italian cities, Rachael and Tom have drastically different opinions on what constitutes affordable, and they'll have to figure out a way to compromise if they hope to obtain their Italian life of leisure.

Monday
Dec 28
2:30am | 1:30c
Season 93, Episode 7

Starting a Business in Penang, Malaysia

Mark and Kirsten Raccuia are in search of a rewire destination to spend more time together and start a business. The only trouble is it's not easy to find a forever home with an uncertain income. Mark wants to take advantage of luxury living in a more affordable city meanwhile Kirsten keeps her eye on the numbers so that they don't find themselves in a financial pickle.

Friday
Jul 15
10:30pm | 9:30c
Season 94, Episode 12

Tennessee Couple Starts New Life in Zanzibar

When Chris accepts a job at a school in Zanzibar, he and Mandy decide to take a huge leap and go for the unknown of living on a small island off the east coast of Africa. The differences between Nashville, Tennessee, and Zanzibar are more than they could ever imagine.  Exploring a new world for them is exciting but will Mandy be able to live everyday life without all the conveniences of the Western world?

Saturday
Sep 24
2:30am | 1:30c
Season 98, Episode 11

Happier Than a Brasilionaire

Rob and Nadine were working 12 hour days in Linden, New Jersey, but dreaming of a different life with fresh fruit, sandy beaches and howler monkeys. So they bought a plot of land in Costa Rica -- only to find out that building permits were impossible to get. As a result, they lost of a substantial chunk of their nest egg. Still committed to moving to Costa Rica, Rob and Nadine have decided starting a bed and breakfast is the way to go. But first they'll need to agree on just how much of a fixer upper they can handle.

Saturday
Oct 29
1:30am | 12:30c
Season 99, Episode 5

A Tale of Two Different Homes

Seasoned expats Kyle and Sara move to London to experience living abroad together as a married couple. While they are both set on living in the pricey Fulham area, their similarities end there. For Sarah, having a two bedroom space means she can stay close to loved ones by hosting them during visits. Kyle's work is making the move possible, so he feels living a short distance to public transportation trumps everything else. A local real estate agent will have to test both clients' limits if he's going to find a budget-friendly apartment they both can agree on.

Thursday
Dec 1
10:30pm | 9:30c
Season 76, Episode 10

Family of Four Extends Their Minnesotan Summers by Buying a Caribbean Condo

Mom and dad measure the quietness of an area by whether or not they can hear palm trees blowing in the breeze. But their teenage boys want all the action that comes with living near one of the world's best beaches. The property that pleases all will come with a high price tag. Mom has plans to open a coffee shop here on the island but she may have to sacrifice the budget for the business if she wants everyone to be happy. Along the way, random roosters and back porches with air conditioners raising a racket, not to mention the traffic near Seven Mile, conspire to keep the parents from their peaceful paradise.

Thursday
Dec 1
11:30pm | 10:30c
Season 99, Episode 5

A Tale of Two Different Homes

Seasoned expats Kyle and Sara move to London to experience living abroad together as a married couple. While they are both set on living in the pricey Fulham area, their similarities end there. For Sarah, having a two bedroom space means she can stay close to loved ones by hosting them during visits. Kyle's work is making the move possible, so he feels living a short distance to public transportation trumps everything else. A local real estate agent will have to test both clients' limits if he's going to find a budget-friendly apartment they both can agree on.

Friday
Dec 2
1:30am | 12:30c
Season 76, Episode 10

Family of Four Extends Their Minnesotan Summers by Buying a Caribbean Condo

Mom and dad measure the quietness of an area by whether or not they can hear palm trees blowing in the breeze. But their teenage boys want all the action that comes with living near one of the world's best beaches. The property that pleases all will come with a high price tag. Mom has plans to open a coffee shop here on the island but she may have to sacrifice the budget for the business if she wants everyone to be happy. Along the way, random roosters and back porches with air conditioners raising a racket, not to mention the traffic near Seven Mile, conspire to keep the parents from their peaceful paradise.

Friday
Dec 2
2:30am | 1:30c
Season 77, Episode 1

Big Family, Small Caribbean Island, in Sint Eustatius

The Cooks are an adventurous young family open to anything as long as they can do it together. So when husband Reese receives an offer to step in as head archeologist for the entire Caribbean island of Sint Eustatius, Kristin and the rest of the family enthusiastically say yes. Their enthusiasm will get them there, but to make it work, they'll need to find an affordable, kid-friendly home on a tiny eight square mile island with a market so small it doesn't have a dedicated real estate office. With very little to choose from, the family will have to dig deep if they don't want to settle.

Friday
Dec 2
12:30pm | 11:30c
Season 97, Episode 6

Old or New in Vienna, Austria

Todd and Michelle are tired of Florida living and are ready to bust a move, so Todd put out some job feelers and was shocked when the United Nations in Vienna, Austria, responded. Michelle is giving up her business and they're discarding everything to make a clean break. Having never been outside the U.S. before, Todd thinks this big European city is intense compared to their hometown of Melbourne, Florida. But the main hurdle will be deciding whether to live in an old style building or a new one.

Friday
Dec 2
10:30pm | 9:30c
Season 93, Episode 13

Wine or Beach in South Africa

After five years, Paul and Ea want to leave Copenhagen and hunt for a home on the Western Cape of South Africa where Paul was born. He plans to start his own business in Cape Town but she has been accepted in an exclusive equestrian academy thirty miles east of the city. Classes start early and the drive in morning traffic can take an hour and a half. She wants a home near the academy. This duel between location preferences is something real estate agent Scott Spicer cannot win but he knows the Western Cape and selects three properties each with unique pros and cons. From the sunny beaches near Cape Town to the vast green winelands to the east, their hunt takes them through the western Cape's beautiful landscape. Paul's big fear is ending up in 'the middle of nowhere'. Ea fears hours spent in rush hour traffic. She would rather ride a horse.

Friday
Dec 2
11:30pm | 10:30c
Season 97, Episode 6

Old or New in Vienna, Austria

Todd and Michelle are tired of Florida living and are ready to bust a move, so Todd put out some job feelers and was shocked when the United Nations in Vienna, Austria, responded. Michelle is giving up her business and they're discarding everything to make a clean break. Having never been outside the U.S. before, Todd thinks this big European city is intense compared to their hometown of Melbourne, Florida. But the main hurdle will be deciding whether to live in an old style building or a new one.

Saturday
Dec 3
1:30am | 12:30c
Season 93, Episode 13

Wine or Beach in South Africa

After five years, Paul and Ea want to leave Copenhagen and hunt for a home on the Western Cape of South Africa where Paul was born. He plans to start his own business in Cape Town but she has been accepted in an exclusive equestrian academy thirty miles east of the city. Classes start early and the drive in morning traffic can take an hour and a half. She wants a home near the academy. This duel between location preferences is something real estate agent Scott Spicer cannot win but he knows the Western Cape and selects three properties each with unique pros and cons. From the sunny beaches near Cape Town to the vast green winelands to the east, their hunt takes them through the western Cape's beautiful landscape. Paul's big fear is ending up in 'the middle of nowhere'. Ea fears hours spent in rush hour traffic. She would rather ride a horse.

Saturday
Dec 3
2:30am | 1:30c
Season 89, Episode 8

Quintana Roo Future

Gillian's given up her stable career in pharmaceutical sales to have more family time with her and Marc's son, Easton, on the eastern shore of Quintana Roo, Mexico. But her family's reliance on Marc's freelance photography business is increasing Gillian's anxiety and because of the tourist-heavy locale in Quintana Roo, the couple can't seem to find a home with the space they want within their budget as House Hunters International pictures a new future on the coast of Quintana Roo, Mexico.

Saturday
Dec 3
11:30pm | 10:30c
Season 89, Episode 8

Quintana Roo Future

Gillian's given up her stable career in pharmaceutical sales to have more family time with her and Marc's son, Easton, on the eastern shore of Quintana Roo, Mexico. But her family's reliance on Marc's freelance photography business is increasing Gillian's anxiety and because of the tourist-heavy locale in Quintana Roo, the couple can't seem to find a home with the space they want within their budget as House Hunters International pictures a new future on the coast of Quintana Roo, Mexico.

Sunday
Dec 4
2:30am | 1:30c
Season 75, Episode 4

Tropical Medical School In Grenada

Gabe and Amber had great lives in Chicago, cushy corporate jobs, a young daughter, friends and family. But they blew it all up so that they could move to the small tropical island of Grenada. Ya see, Gabe wants to be a doctor and he got accepted to study at St. George's University. Not knowing anything about Grenada, Amber is nervous about the move and leaving her life in the good old USA. As a matter of fact, they have discussed the possibility that, if they don't find a place in Grenada that meets her criteria, she might stay behind in Chicago with their daughter Gemma, while he flies solo in Grenada. So the pressure is on to find the perfect place that makes her happy and works for him as a med student and their budget, or else this family could be split in half. And no one wants to see that happen.

Sunday
Dec 4
11:30pm | 10:30c
Season 75, Episode 4

Tropical Medical School In Grenada

Gabe and Amber had great lives in Chicago, cushy corporate jobs, a young daughter, friends and family. But they blew it all up so that they could move to the small tropical island of Grenada. Ya see, Gabe wants to be a doctor and he got accepted to study at St. George's University. Not knowing anything about Grenada, Amber is nervous about the move and leaving her life in the good old USA. As a matter of fact, they have discussed the possibility that, if they don't find a place in Grenada that meets her criteria, she might stay behind in Chicago with their daughter Gemma, while he flies solo in Grenada. So the pressure is on to find the perfect place that makes her happy and works for him as a med student and their budget, or else this family could be split in half. And no one wants to see that happen.

Monday
Dec 5
2:30am | 1:30c

You Might Also Like...

See All Shows

Lakefront Bargain Hunt

Consult Program Guide

Hawaii Life

Sundays 8p | 7c