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Paris Airbnb apartment courtyard

ABOVE: Cheryl Imboden smells the roses in the courtyard of an Airbnb vacation rental in Paris.

For most travelers, it makes sense to stay at a hotel, B&B, or hostel. The average stay in a European city or town is less than three days, and for that amount of time, putting down roots (no matter how temporary) may be more effort than it's worth.

For longer visits--or if you're traveling with children--a vacation rental is well worth considering. Such rentals typically fall into several categories:

  • Apartments (including lofts and studios).

  • Private rooms.

  • Villas, cottages, and chalets.

  • Out-of-the-ordinary rentals such as houseboats and "tiny houses."

Our affiliate partner,, offers a growing number of vacation rentals throughout Europe--from flats in big cities such as London, Paris, and Rome to gîtes in converted farmhouses or beach cottages in the Danish dunes.

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