House Hunting in Countries A to Z
From Australia to New Zealand, we'll take you on a journey around the world to see some of the remarkable places the people on House Hunters International have made their homes. Which would you choose?
A is for Adriatic Sea
Split, Croatia: Where Tourism Thrives Amid its History
Surrounded by mountains, ancient ruins and the Adriatic Sea, the city of Split is charmingly beautiful. It is the second largest city of Croatia, and is a popular tourist attraction as a cultural center and for its rich and varied history.
This gorgeous city of Split, Croatia, is popular for its culture and location, as it is surrounded by stunning mountains and the Adriatic Sea.
B is for Bern, Switzerland
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.
This charming home in Bern, Switzerland, is already beautiful in its own right. But the home also comes with a bit of history, since it was once the home of Nobel Prize winner Herman Hesse.
C is for Caribbean
The Isle of Antiqua: A View of Paradise on HGTV's House Hunters International.
HGTV's House Hunters International highlights the isle of Antigua, which is home to some of the most exclusive resorts in the Caribbean, with its fine white sandy beaches and 360-degree ocean views.
Who wouldn't want to live in this tropical paradise? The island of Antigua is known for its gorgeous white-sand beaches and incredible ocean views.
D is for Da Costakade Canal
While this House Hunters International family moved to Amsterdam for a job, a view of the picturesque canal is a major bonus.
E is for Eifel Tower
Why Oh Why Do I Love Paris?
See the sights of Paris, France on HGTV's House Hunters International. For example, the Eiffel Tower is the focal point of this view from a high-rise apartment in central Paris. The rest of the city bequeaths older buildings imbued with Parisian charm, the Seine River and yummy French cuisine.
The only thing better than having your own apartment in Paris is having a hi-rise apartment with this unbelievable view.
F is for Freshwater, Australia
Rainforest House - Freshwater, Australia
Constructed with solid timber, this older home is surrounded by greenery as it sits right in the middle of the Australian rainforest. Decks and balconies act to bring the beauty of the rainforest inside as seen on HGTV’s House Hunters International.
In the center of the Australian rainforest sits a charming little home made of solid timber. With a great deck to enjoy the view, the homeowners may never want to leave.
G is for Glasgow, Scotland
This historical building in Glasgow, Scotland, was once a 19th-century church. Now, it has been renovated into several apartments with a lovely atrium in the center.
H is for Hualtulco, Mexico
Thanks to beautiful blue waters and a view that's to die for, one couple who fell in love with Hualtulco, Mexico, many years ago is ready to make it their home.
I is for Italy
Apartment Building - Milan, Italy
This classic Italian apartment building sports orange-on-orange brick and balconies made for only one or two people at a time. The wrought-iron railings are unique as is the stunning decorative frieze below the roofline as seen on HGTV’s House Hunters International.
With cozy balconies and a colorful orange brick exterior, this quaint Italian apartment is the perfect place for a European adventure.
J is for Jolly Harbour, Antigua
Looking for privacy and an ocean view, House Hunters International couple Huw and Charley knew Jolly Harbour, Antigua, was the place for them.
K is for St. Kitts
St. Kitts, Calypso Bay Villa
In order to pursue her dream of being a vet, veterinary student Kelli Bogard is packing her bags and moving to St. Kitts. Kelli hopes to find a home with plenty of study space, while fiance Gavin is looking for gorgeous island views (a feat that shouldn't be too difficult on this dreamy island).
In pursuit of her dream job, house hunter Kelli, along with her fiancé Gavin, has found her dream destination in the sunny island of St. Kitts.
L is for La Baule, France
Contemporary Residence - La-Baule, France
A more modern side of French architecture, this house is located on the outskirts of a pine forest, making the yard quiet and safe as seen on HGTV’s House Hunters International. The walled and gated property provide a measure of protection and security.
More modern than many French homes, this impeccable space boasts privacy and safety within a gated community.
M is for Marbella, Costa Rica
Looking for a tropical escape in sunny Costa Rica, Victoria and Michael search for the perfect home to raise their two children.
N is for Nicaragua
Although it is in need of some landscape work, this petite home in Nicaragua boasts some very interesting architectural elements, including the exposed stone on the home's exterior.
O is for Ostuni, Italy
This large covered patio in Ostuni, Italy, is the ideal spot to unwind while gazing at the scenic Italian countryside.
P is for Pattaya, Thailand
More modern in design than most homes in Thailand, this beautiful house includes a pool, rooftop garden and large yard, making it the perfect place for extravagant house parties.
Q is for Queensland, Australia
Tired of damp Seattle weather, house hunters Chris and Chelsea were ready for the sand and sun in beautiful Queensland, Australia.
R is for Ruins
Belize City: A Port of Charm in the Caribbean
HGTV's House Hunters International explores the Belize City, which is located on the coast of the Caribbean Sea. As the larges city in Belize, it is comprised of colorful buildings, palm trees and the ancient ruins of the Mayan civilization that once thrived there.
Belize City beckons adventurers and history buffs alike with amazing ruins of the Mayan civilization that once lived there. The proximity to the Caribbean Sea certainly doesn't hurt either.
S is for Stockholm, Sweden
HGTV's House Hunters International Explores the Wonders of Stockholm
View spectacular Stockholm, Sweden on HGTV's House Hunters International , where nearly 20 percent of Sweden's population lives on or around the 14 separate islands that make up this capital city. Because space is limited, apartments are pricey, but the views of the canals and cityscape continue attract new residents.
With almost 20 percent of Sweden's population choosing to reside in the capital city of Stockholm, it's no wonder people are still flocking to the beautiful city in hopes of finding an apartment with a view of the stunning canal.
T is for Tamarindo, Costa Rica
For a young couple that craves the warm weather and tropical surroundings found in Costa Rica, this spacious home surrounded by palm trees may be the perfect fit.
U is for Urban Living
For city lovers around the world, a balcony with a view of the skyline in Brisbane, Australia, might just be enough to call for a major move.
V is for Vast Oceans
Situated between the Indian and Pacific Oceans, this gorgeous beach in Indonesia might just be the secluded paradise you've been looking for.
W is for West Indies
As if this jaw-dropping view wasn't enough, this stunning Grenada home also features a spectacular pool and patio.
X is for Exceptional View
You'll think you've died and gone to heaven as you take in the beauty of the dazzling Almafi Coast on this unbelievable balcony in Campania, Italy.
Y is for Yacht Club
Sit back and watch the ships roll in at the picturesque Cruz Bay on the island of St. John in the Virgin Islands.
Z is for New Zealand
Looking to develop an eco-friendly lifestyle and enjoy the beauty that nature has to offer, house hunters Archie and Erica decided to move their family to the always gorgeous Great Barrier Reef.