September 27 is World Tourism Day: an important date to raise awareness for the impact tourism has on our planet and how we can turn it into a driver for positive change.
Sustainable development is not one of those good resolutions to be left on the agenda, waiting for someone to make it happen. Certify your commitment to sustainability by registering at fairbnb.coop and applying for an EU ecolabel: in countries like Italy, Fair Hosts have favorable terms!
The best strategy to travel without paying too much attention to the ever-rising gas prices? Choose close-to-home destinations that are reachable by eco-friendly means, such as trains or even bicycles. If you just can’t do without a car, adopt a smart, eco-friendly driving style: here’s how.
When a traveler searches for a bnb in an extended region, the results can be dozens or hundreds. How to be the first of the Fair Hosts and be immediately found? Our platform wants to be transparent in this as well: here is how the scores that determine the order of results are attributed.
Who says that farm vacations and agritourism accommodations are fun only in summer? Marta and her agritourism in Umbria enchant Guests 365 days a year! Being the 500th FAIR Host on our platform, we are excited to introduce you to her beautiful home.
The national campaign Save the queen by Legambiente aims to save the queen bees and donate a home to thousands of bees at risk of extinction: just book a vacation home in Italy to donate half of our commission to this campaign.