June 24, 2017

Sweden Listed Its Entire Countryside on Airbnb

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The country has listed its entire countryside on the home-sharing website , touting itself as a place where anyone can hike, camp, and pick berries — all for free.

Sweden Denmark , Finland and other Nordic countries have had a rule called “allemansrätten” or “everyman’s right” — meaning anyone can come and freely roam the countryside and experience the outdoors, both on public and private lands, according to USA Today .

The country boasts tens of thousands of miles of forests, and thousands of lakes, among many other outdoor amenities.”Being out in nature is an important part of our lifestyle,” she said. “We want to welcome Americans to share that with us.”

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