Fresh from the Fairbnb.coop Blog
Fairbnb.coop joins the manifesto “Towards a people and planet-oriented (digital) transition in Europe: platform cooperatives and their fundamental role in the context of recovery”.
Christmas 2020 will probably be a bit disappointing. But your Christmas gifts won’t be! For those you love, you can book post-lockdown holidays in one of the Fairbnb.coop’s pilot cities: 50% of our platform fee will be donated to a social project of your choice for the communities you will visit. The best part: if you have to cancel your booking you get 100% of your money back, but you still donate!
Are you looking for things to do in Venice and want to move like a real local? Get inspired by George Sand, Aurora Dupin’s nom de plume (1804-1876): “The Venetian personality is joyful; their main defect is their greediness, but it’s a friendly lively greediness”.
We don’t have to give up on Christmas 2020 and let the party last only as long as a video call. Even if we can’t hug, we can celebrate Christmas anyway. In our pilot cities, we have a solution to spend the holidays even with distant friends and relatives: as always, but safely!
In the evaluation of Skål International for the 2020 Sustainable Tourism Awards, the innovation carried out by Fairbnb.coop may revolutionizes the way of staying by putting the local communities in the center of attention.
In a recently published study by the European Commission highlighting the enormous potential oh Platform Cooperativism, Fairbnb.coop was mention as a great pioneer, using digital technology to fuel social economy.
Walking is not only the most sustainable way of urban mobility, but also the best way to discover the secrets of a city and savor its atmosphere. Going by foot increases the opportunities for socializing, decreases the economic weight and environmental impact of travel, and allows you to visit even the most hidden corners of a destination. Here are 8 pedestrian-friendly European cities, to be discovered step by step, knowing places and people in depth.
In Pornassio, in the heart of the Ligurian hinterland, an ambitious challenge was launched by the Community-based Cooperative Terre di Nava to enhance the territory with the creation of a “common path” surrounded by nature, sustainable and accessible to all, because it is also equipped for disabled people.
The capital of Emilia-Romagna region is a melting pot of civilizations, cultures and traditions that still persists today and gives to the city a peculiar charm: discover the top things to do in Bologna.