Why Go for Airbnb on Your Next Travel

One clear advantage is the PRICE. Like most travelers, everyone needs a good bed, clean room, free WiFi, good space and security, Airbnb has it all. Not that I'm ditching hotels, I will still use my benefit as a hotelier, BUT, there's more reasons than that - you should start doing it on your next travel, anytime, soon.  

Aside from welcome AMENITIES,  staying in someone's home allows you to cook your own food in their kitchen, you could sample local food from their markets. It's a whole new experience, where, you get the taste of host's country life.   Here are some pictures of the spaces that I've been in Europe, while these does not look fancy, I hope it's more than enough to persuade you, or at least TRY as your first.
This was my room in Prague, Mirek was very accomodating and waited for my late arrival, 1am it is! Guide me through how to reach the place with ease.
Not quite center of the city but the neighborhood was peaceful, lots of restaurants in the area half- priced menu compared to tourist spots and accessible to trams and metro station.

Tips and guides are more personal based on a local host perspective. They know exactly what they are talking about.
Lucky to get the most awesome LOCATION throughout my Europe Budget Travel project. With Airbnb, finding the exact place by contacting the host was easy, whatever you require is tailored and answered instantaneously. 

This was the whole studio unit in Nice, France. Mostly locals in the neighborhood with farmers market just below the building.
Host allows me to cook in fully equipped kitchen, feels truly like home.
This was the small balcony where I usually have my breakfast for two days before heading on to next city. 
I spend a lot of time here planning where to explore next.  My host Laurent and Sebastien gave me all the maps and tips on how to maximize my stay in Nice, France.
This was a beautiful 600 year old home ( according to my host) in Menton, France. I stayed here only for a day, exploring the beach side and old market where lemons ( widely produced) are the star of the city.
With a huge difference in price compared to hotels in Monte Carlo,  my stay in Monaco with my host Sebastien was perfect.  This was a gorgeous home at Monacoville just below the palace and next to billionares yatchs.  
My hosts are so humble even they are huge theatre actors of the country.  They love hosting and meeting new people from around the world.
Garden park view when you are in the balcony, not sure why I did not take that full shot.
This was by far the most luxurious of all my Airbnb stay.
Booking, arrival and check out are very FLEXIBLE. I arrive mostly early in the morning and check out late in the afternoon. My host Nyx from Prague in Czech Republic was so friendly and sorted me out during a night stay at this cozy attic room.
Attic room in Prague, few minutes ride in tram going to the Center of the City

Most of all the personal INTERACTION with the host through Airbnb is more genial, learning new things about their culture and knowing them personally. It's a great way to meet new people and build lasting friendship around the world.

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