Until I go to Paris in July, I have wanderlust for Europe. And seeing as I have found a hobby of looking at places I cannot afford to stay at right now, I thought I should share my findings of just some Airbnb locations. I will certainly be adding to this over time.
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When I visit Paris I will be staying in two hotels. This is purely because we can pay when we check-in as opposed to needing all the money here and now. But if I did have the funds, here are a few of the Parisian locations I would love to stay at.
Airy, light and spacious. Modern with a few traditional features such as an open fireplace and wooden flooring. The building was designed in 1900, therefore, being the embodiment of typical Parisian design.
If I were to ever have an event in Paris and needed accommodation, this would be the venue. Eclectic, a twist of traditional features with a touch of neon and colour.
If one prefers a royally romantic atmosphere, this apartment has it! Deep purple furnishings, large windows, high ceilings decorated with sparkling chandeliers. The doorways and covings are boarded beautifully with Parisian style decoration and carvings.
AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS
Despite spending a month in Amsterdam in December 2015, I always long to return to the land of tulips, canals and cafes. There’s just something so comforting about Amsterdam that always makes me yearn to return (and not just the fact I have two friends who live nearby!)
Beautifully bright and spacious! Many Amsterdam apartments are quite small so can feel dark and claustrophobic however, this one stands out amongst many others. I love the minimal design with white floors and just a pop of colour here and there.
As I mentioned with the last apartment, Amsterdam is known to have small spaces and this one makes no exceptions. However, it’s space is used well, feels cosy and the exposed brickwork gives it a wonderful rustic charm. Oh, and take a look at the bathroom!
Even cosier than the previous apartment is this adorable houseboat. Providing all the necessary essentials, this modern houseboat is the perfect place for a getaway for those in need of inspiration and some solitude.
I’ve never been to Florence and would love to go. Italy has the best food, coffee and architecture and I’ve heard Florence is no exception. It’s definitely one for my list which is why I’ve been eyeing up some of these beautiful looking accommodations.
Not only does this penthouse scream Italian charm but it also has stunning views from the terrace, giving you beautiful views of Florence and the jaw dropping architecture that surrounds the building.
A less traditional alternative would be to stay in a treehouse in the Florence countryside. And what a view! It’s perfect for a romantic getaway with the basic essentials you would need for when you’re not swinging on the hammock with a book and a glass of Italian wine. It is encouraged by the neighbours who live by to only use the internet when really needed. Oh, and did I mention that there’s a pool?!
If you and your friends are much more included to enjoy the comforts of home with plenty of space this Airbnb apartment is the one. Oh, I would just love spending a week here. So in between sightseeing and photo taking, Paul and a few of our pals could chill with a good movie, spending evening cooking using fresh Tuscan ingredients.
Which of these apartments would you like to visit?