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A pool like this makes it tempting to stay home all day, but this airy villa is only a short walk away from Echo Beach and some of Bali’s best waves. If you’re looking to venture farther out and you’re here on a Sunday, hop on a scooter and head to the community market at Samadi Bali (get there early, before the best food sells out).
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Join Duane, a longtime triathlon coach and the co-owner of Trifiniti Endurance, for three rigorous but fun days of training. You’ll swim the bay, bike Mt. Tam, and run the whole perimeter of Angel Island. Duane’s great at adapting to various skill levels and will even provide video analysis of your swim stroke.
Click the link in our bio for other S.F. escapes, like dancing in the Castro or inventing your own cocktails, along with lots of comfortable places to rest your aching body.
There’s no shortage of beautifully restored riads here, but this one's quirky design touches and lived-in vibe make it feel like a home, not just a historical showpiece. (Homemade breakfast in the courtyard every morning doesn't hurt, either.) When you're ready to venture out, ask your hosts about their favorite nearby hammam (steam bath).
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Mornings in this Balinese timber home always begin with an invigorating yoga session underneath the lush canopy of tropical trees. After that, it’s up to you to decide whether you’ll spend the rest of the day splashing around the pool or hopping on a scooter for the 10 minute ride to the beach. You can’t go wrong either way.
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#Airbnbmag takes you inside Havana's faded mansions, along its boulevards ambling with classic American cars, and into the forest with devotees of Cuba’s homegrown religion: Santeria.
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If you ever want to peek inside undiscovered corners of the world, our local experts will take you there. Like to Segarra county, where knowledgeable equestrian and Catalonia native David will get you saddled up for a 15km journey through small medieval villages. Along the way, you’ll demount for a traditional Catalan lunch, and maybe even a swim if the weather permits. Here, you and your fellow travelers will fill up on good food, conversation, and the unbridled beauty of the picturesque landscape that surrounds you.
Click the link in our bio for more unique ways to enjoy the Spanish outdoors.
As you disembark from fishing deep in the islands that scatter Sweden’s east coast, get ready to light up a fire to cook the day's catch.
A large grilled sea trout or pike is most likely to be your a dinner under the stars, perhaps with blueberries or lingonberries for desert. Whatever your menu, it'll all be provided by the land around you. That's the beauty of the Sweden's 'Allemansrätten', or freedom to roam.
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Marsha’s a prizewinning writer with deep roots in Detroit music (her dad produced Aretha Franklin, for starters). Her stories of the city’s history could fill several fat, page-turning books, but you’ll have to make do with two days in her company. You’ll share a couple of meals, browse local vinyl treasures at Peoples Records, and attend a jam session at Bert’s Marketplace, one of the city’s longest-running music venues.
It’s just one of the Detroit adventures you can find on Airbnb, in addition to hundreds of homes. Click the link in our bio for more.
Summer vacation has begun, which means we’re asking the questions that matter at this classic mid-century Palm Springs home. How many people can fit onto one flamingo floatie? What kind of cannonball makes the biggest splash? Why would you ever want to leave this paradise?
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This elegant loft in Loma del Angel, a recently restored part of Habana Vieja, is only a couple of blocks from the Museo de la Revolución, and even closer to good food and music. In other words, your day’s going to be packed. Stop and savor a quiet moment before the neighborhood comes to life. Then, when you’re ready, head down the street and grab an outdoor table at 5Esquinas for breakfast.
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Want to learn how local growers can bring a community together? Meet Scott, Kelly and Anais of NOMADgardens, a nonprofit that turns vacant lots into community gardens. Over healthy snacks and coffee, they'll introduce you to Bay Area gardeners and nutritionists to talk about their struggles and strategies. Then, in a hands-on workshop, you’ll learn how and why to ferment vegetables. When it’s over, you’ll be ready to put what you’ve learned to work where you live.
Click the link in our bio for other adventures led by passionate S.F. locals, like a walk through Japantown history—and for lots of welcoming places to stay.
No one wants to be a demanding guest, but if you’re coming from the city, be sure to have your hosts turn on all the extra stars for your visit. In the morning, if you weren’t up fire-gazing all night, you can rent a redwood outrigger and paddle it up Big River among otters and harbor seals (frolicking possible but not guaranteed).
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To all the dads out there who taught us a love for travel and adventure, who always knew where they were going (or convinced us that they did), who let us tag along or helped us find our own way: Happy Father’s Day.
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Local experts like Amber, an environmental educator and yoga teacher, can show you new ways to enjoy L.A. After a quick paddleboard lesson, she'll lead you around King Harbor introducing you to its pelicans and other wildlife. Then you’ll drop anchor and do yoga right on your boards. Don’t be intimidated by the sea lions’ perfect savasana; the rest of their practice is sloppy at best.
Click the link in our bio for other L.A. fusions, from cryo-volleyball to surf philanthropy, as well as lots of places to stay.
The hangouts beloved by everyone’s favorite founding father are still there to enjoy. See where Alexander Hamilton ate, drank, slept, and worked in Airbnb’s all new print magazine, #airbnbmag.
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Local experts can take you beyond the beaches and wineries to a side of the city most visitors don’t see. Over the course of two days in Khayelitsha, South Africa’s biggest township, you can break a sweat with local kids and the adults who coach them. You’ll start with a 6km run, during which you’ll learn about the challenges facing young people in the township (your hosts, Ayanda and Buntu, have mastered the art of talking while running). The next day, you’ll help out with a kids’ basketball clinic before heading to a popular music spot for a celebratory shisa nyama (barbecue). It’s just one of many Cape Town experiences you can book on Airbnb.
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Nestled between the always-buzzing downtown Los Angeles and sun-soaked beaches of Malibu, Topanga Canyon offers a unique habitat that’s closer to nature and detached from city life in every way. At this epic hill-top villa, you come face-to-face with wilderness from every room— especially from the outdoor shower. And if you want to catch the stars, just get the fire pit going, grab a blanket, and cozy up on the terrace. You’ll wake up the next day a happy glamper, we promise.
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스위스 취리히에선 동물원에서 멸종위기종인 붉은목도리여우원숭이를 볼 수도 있고, 도심을 흐르는 강에서 수영을 즐길 수도 있지만, 하루쯤은 에어비앤비에서 빈둥빈둥하는 것도 나쁘지 않아요. 어린 아이가 있다는 메시지에 특별히 동화책을 따로 챙겨준 호스트. 시크함 넘치는 모던한 아파트의 진짜 매력은 바로 호스트의 따뜻한 정이었네요.
Zurich has plenty for kids to do, like the Masoala Rainforest Hall—watch for the red lemurs!—and a river you can actually swim in. But no city can compete with your child's imagination, so it’s nice that this sleek apartment isn’t too cool for an assortment of children’s books.
We’d love to see how your family tells stories away from home. Share by tagging #Airbnb.
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The best work trips balance business and pleasure. After a full morning at the office, return to this Seignosse home to eat a homemade lunch in the airy living room or sneak out to Estagnots beach to catch a few waves before heading back. Once the day winds down, relax and let the day melt away as you settle into the terrace jacuzzi to watch the sunset with a bottle of local French wine.
Discover a business travel ready home in a local neighborhood for your next work trip. Click on the link in our bio to learn more.
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Now you can find things to do on Airbnb, not just places to stay. Got a few hours to spare in Seoul? Put yourself in the skilled hands of Junho, an expert local calligrapher who has juried major exhibitions. Along with a few other guests, you’ll be welcomed into his studio to see masterpieces of traditional calligraphy and seal-making—and hear the stories behind each. Next, Junho will teach you calligraphy essentials, from using an inkstone to proper brush technique. You’ll come home with a finished work of your own and a new appreciation for this soulful, demanding art.
Click the link in our bio for other ways to make your mark in Seoul, like preparing a classic meal or creating your own perfume.
Amid the lush and quiet mountain valley of Heber City sits a remodeled A-frame hideaway that’s both a solitary zen den and spacious gathering place. The cabin itself was built by the host’s grandfather and still retains its old school charm. But head inside for much-needed modern comforts––all too necessary after a day full of outdoor adventures, like trout fishing in the Provo River. If you come home with a catch, you’re all set up with a well-stocked kitchen to whip up dinner for one––or six.
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Ron Finley, aka “the guy from that great TED Talk,” is on a mission to eliminate food deserts—urban areas that lack access to healthy food. Now, through Airbnb, you can spend a day with him and his coworkers. You’ll e-bike through South Central and see some of the gardens he helped create. Then you’ll pick up a shovel and get down to work in his garden before sharing a seriously local meal with your new friends. (Farm to table is easy when the table is in the middle of the farm.)
Click the link in our bio for other things to put your back into in L.A., from hypno-salsa to full-moon rooftop yoga.
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Old-world meets nouveau in bustling Saigon, where it's as easy to get lost among the sleek skyscrapers as the unchanged back alleys from long ago. But it’s a beautiful city to get lost in, with culture pulsating from food stall to ancient temples to palatial shopping malls. In your apartment though, just minutes away from the tourist-jammed Bui Vien street, you’ll have the space you need to breathe before setting foot back on the busy streets. You’ll need the respite because adventure is sure to find you at every corner.
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There’s a first time for everything, like an epic getaway to Spain’s southern coast where the bounty of mouthwatering eats and outdoor activity means endless amounts of fun for the whole family.
Hop on bikes for a ride down to the Marbella Seafront Promenade, like the Rammell family, where the kids can splash about in the ocean and the grownups can easily track down local wine and freshly made paella. Or get the whole band together for an early morning trek to Málaga where a couple of laps around the Mercado Central Atarazanas is rewarded with churros dipped in hot chocolate. Of course, the kids can have some too.
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For the adventurous lot, Antigua has an abundance of baroque buildings to be seen, trails to cover, and local handcrafts to sift through at the markets. But if you are looking for distraction-free chill time, find yourself a perfectly sunlit courtyard garden with a plunge pool and hammock nearby for a makeshift spa session. Make sure it’s right outside your bedroom, so you don’t have to trek too far for relaxation. There’s no guarantee that the little ones won’t want to get in on the fun too. Luckily, in paradise, there’s always room for one more.
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Now you can find things to do, not just places to stay––led by local experts. When professional enologist and 20th generation winemaker Fernando welcomes you into his family’s 200-acre vineyard in Catalonia, come prepared to sip, nibble and learn. You’ll tour the palatial estate, then taste a flight of red, white, and sparkling wines before being treated to sustainably sourced snacks. For five glorious hours, enjoy the unparalleled views of the Montserrat mountain and soak up the refreshing coastal air. We’ll toast to that.
Click the link in our bio for other ways to taste Spanish culture, like cooking paella or tasting tapas with locals.
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The unpredictable weather of the Pacific Northwest shouldn’t deter you from visiting. Waking up to both the rain and the soft purr of a house cat in your light-filled room or an afternoon soak in the clawfoot tub are equally appropriate ways to spend your stay at "The Farmhouse."
If you do brave the weather, make a stop at Seattle’s La Marzocco Cafe for an expertly made espresso drink, especially if you’re en route to the tourist-flocked Pike Place Market.
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Local chef and supper club founder Carine is on a mission to introduce you to the rich cuisine of her native Cameroon. Next time you’re in town, join her and other foodies to hunt for essentials like bitterleaf and cocoyams at Brixton Market, stopping along the way to sip some matango (palm wine). Over the next couple of days, you’ll put those ingredients to great use with a hands-on cooking class and an eight-course dinner party that will have you buzzing, with or without the matango.
Click the link in our bio to explore other facets of culinary London, from Thai to Italian.
Discover the charms of Porvoo, Finland (before everyone else). Find out more about this not yet trending travel destination in the all-new #airbnbmag.
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Watching sailboats crisscross the bay is nice, but nothing beats the view from one of their decks. Patrick, a Coast Guard-licensed master sailor, will introduce you to the art of sailing and even let you take the helm of his 30-foot Catalina. You’ll breeze past the Bay Bridge, the Golden Gate, Alcatraz, and Angel Island—all perfect backdrops for Patrick’s stories from a lifetime on the water. Be prepared for a little work, too; the sails aren’t going to trim themselves.
Click the link in our bio to see what else you can learn in San Francisco, from improv to cappuccino art.
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Maybe you’re a connoisseur of modern architecture. Or maybe you just want to know how it feels to be a secret agent with impeccable taste. Either way, waking up here is an experience you won’t forget. Overlapping grids and mirrored surfaces give this landmark house a dizzying beauty, especially when a sunrise fills it with golden light.
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Outdoor meals aren’t just for messy toddlers. They’re also perfect for a proper ladies’ luncheon. We’d love to see how your family comes together at mealtime. Share by tagging #Airbnb.
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You don’t have to lose your morning routine because you’re traveling for work. Wake up to meditate as morning sunlight illuminates the clean lines of the room’s minimalist design, head downstairs to brew a strong cup of Vietnamese coffee, and enjoy it in bed as you cross a few tasks off your to-do list.
Discover a business travel ready home in a local neighborhood for your next work trip. Click on the link in our bio to learn more.
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