The 10 best European Airbnb offers

Your dream vacation might not be as exhausting – logistically or financially – as you might think. Airbnb has published the 25 Cheapest European Getaways for Fall or Winter Vacation. Dough has taken the liberty of choosing our 10 favorite cities and their respective homes that will make you want Europe even more.

1. Tbilisi, Georgia, $ 30; 2. Belgrade, Serbia, $ 33; 3. Sofia, Bulgaria, $ 34; 4. Bucharest, Romania, $ 34; 5. Zagreb, Croatia, $ 39; 6. Leipzig, Germany, $ 40; 7. Athens, Greece, $ 44; 8. Riga, Latvia, $ 44; 9. Palermo, Sicily, $ 47; ten. Nantes, france, $ 47.

McGee Nall is a travel intern with Paste and a freelance writer based in Athens, Georgia.

Tbilisi, Georgia

This brightly colored home is yours for, that’s right, only $ 30 a night. The old “pocket theater” can accommodate three guests … well four, if you want to bring your dog. The house is filled with furniture built by the owner and director, Sopo, and her husband. The Tbilisi house is small but full of handcrafted art and character.

Belgrade, Serbia

This apartment in Republic Square in the capital of Serbia can accommodate three people and is within walking distance of major city sights such as the National Theater and the Skadarlija district. By the river is Savamala, the oldest part of town, rich in nightlife and only a ten minute walk away. All of this for just $ 33 a night – pretty good, right?

Sofia, Bulgaria

If you want to get off the grid solo or with a friend or spouse, this private room in Sofia will do the trick. The 100 square meter space is located in the quiet area of ​​Ovcha Kupel and 15 minutes from the city center. Have a drink, a book or just some good company and relax on the terrace with a view.

Bucharest, Romania

Never heard of Bucharest? If so, you are missing something. This adorable apartment, which sleeps up to six, has something for everyone, including a green balcony, a kids’ corner, and funky artwork. The old town center is just a 10 minute walk away and a delicious breakfast is included each morning, all for just $ 34 a night.

Zagreb, Croatia

When it comes to Zagreb, there is no place that has more historical charm than the Upper Town. Fortunately, this cozy apartment is right in the heart of it. The space is right next to the stone gate, just a two-minute walk from Ban Jelacic Square, and includes a garden and private parking. For $ 39 a night, you can take a getaway to the countryside while still being in the heart of the city.

Leipzig, Germany

Check out this vintage apartment in the heart of Leipzig for $ 40 a night. With a comfortable balcony, two beds, and artwork covering the walls, you can’t help but feel at home in this restored Art Nouveau space. Some of the city’s gems like St. Thomas Church and Clara Zetkin Park are just steps away.

Athens, Greece

This renovated 18th century apartment is surrounded by the historic beauty of Athens and is just minutes from the Ancient Agora. The capital of Greece is at your feet, but so is a private terrace if you need a quiet place to relax. The district is full of restaurants, bistros, pastry shops and shops for your enjoyment.

Riga, Latvia

I can almost guarantee you’ve never been in an old warehouse with a wooden wheel hovering in the living room. This rustic loft in the old town can accommodate six people and has a view of the St. James Church, the Latvian Apartment) and the Dome Cathedral. I don’t know about you, but sleeping in an awesome warehouse for $ 45 a night sounds pretty good to me.

Palermo, Sicily

The Orchidea Room is the perfect romantic getaway for you and your partner. Two people can share a private bedroom and bathroom while sharing the terrace with other guests. Two-way trip, are you tempted? Palermo is a historical treasure chest full of ancient streets to discover. The Vucciria market and the port of La Cala are also nearby.

Nantes, france

This charming apartment overlooking the Isle of Nantes can accommodate three travelers. An original stone wall is the star of the living room and opens to a balcony overlooking the nearby harbor. The Jules Verne Museum is nearby as well as other shops, restaurants and theaters.

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