Book your holiday rent on Fairbnb.coop to work remotely & safely: you will also help against Coronavirus
The lockdown due to the Covid-19 emergency has made remote working a necessity: more and more companies and public administrations are switching to it, to guarantee the health of workers and the continuity of activities. If you are a remote worker, you are well aware of all the difficulties of making work and family schedules coexist in the same place. But working remotely also represents an opportunity: it is not said that the house should be yours! In fact, you can decide to move to a holiday home in a city of art or in a seaside resort for a few days or weeks, to give your family the opportunity to have fun while you are concentrating on your commitments, joining them once the last online meeting ended.
On Fairbnb.coop safe and comfortable holiday lettings.
On the Fairbnb.coop sustainable tourism platform you can find dozens of holiday rentals, where you can work with a high-speed Wi-Fi connection and with every comfort, while your family enjoys the holiday. You can also count on a equipped kitchen to prepare your meals yourself: one more chance to save money! Thanks to easy access to urban and suburban public transport networks, the ecological impact of your stay will be minimal. Great attention is paid to hygiene: every holiday cottage or bed and breakfast is cleaned and sanitized before each check-in to guarantee maximum security. You will have bed linen and towels washed at high temperatures and a bottle of disinfectant antiseptic gel always at hand.
Working from home … in Genoa
So, why not work for example from a house by the sea in Genoa and its surroundings, a few steps from the various attractions for all ages of the Ligurian city and at a short distance from the splendid Riviera’s beaches? On the first work break you can accompany your children to meet the dolphins, penguins and other guests of the Aquarium, or take a refreshing dip. In the shops of the historic center you will find the typical trofie to be prepared with the classic Genoese pesto, different qualities of fresh fish and many other specialties, which you can enjoy comfortably at home, perhaps accompanying them with one of the delicate local DOC wines.
Working from home … in Bologna
Alternatively, you could choose a holiday home in Bologna to spend a period of work in the name of culture, leisure and taste: thanks to splendid monuments such as the imposing Basilica of San Petronio and the Fountain of Neptune, culinary delights, trendy boutiques and lively evenings, a stay in Bologna it is always unforgettable … even if spent in part at the desk. The rental of a bike will allow you to move like a local, on the numerous cycle paths that allow you to reach almost every corner of the Emilian capital.
Working from home … in Venice
If you live with your partner, the ideal solution could be a romantic holiday apartment in Venice, perhaps near the Rialto Bridge: the enchanting views of the Grand Canal offer the perfect atmosphere both to concentrate on work and for evenings as a couple. On Fairbnb.coop you can also choose a spacious holiday home in Mestre: it will take you a few minutes to reach the historical and natural wonders of the lagoon and its symbolic monuments: the Baroque Ponte dei Sospiri, the Gothic Palazzo Ducale and the Basilica of San Marco in Romanesque-Byzantine style with the famous Parón de casa, as the Venetians affectionately call its Bell tower.
With Fairbnb.coop you contribute to the fight against Covid-19
Whatever your favorite destination, booking a holiday letting on Fairbnb.coop will make your work by remote really smart. In fact, the platform has an ethical and responsible business model that provides 50% of the commissions on bookings for community projects with a significant social impact. During the Coronavirus pandemic, this part of the commissions will be donated to Institutes and organizations involved in the emergency in each of the six pilot cities of Genoa, Bologna, Venice, Amsterdam, Barcelona and Valencia. The goal is to improve the working conditions of those who are committed, beyond all limits, to defeat the virus: health workers, doctors and nurses.