Coronavirus: learn and discover from home with Airbnb Experiences

Coronavirus: learn and discover from home with Airbnb Experiences

The coronavirus has not (fortunately) quenched the desire in all of us to learn, experiment, know. Raise your hand if you have not thought, during this period of quarantine at home, to finally dedicate yourself to a dormant passion, to satisfy a curiosity that has remained so, to travel with the imagination approaching new cultures or deepening them. Airbnb launches today Online Experiences, a simple and virtual way to allow people from all over the world to be together, share, learn.

Coronavirus: learn and discover from home with Airbnb Experiences
Coronavirus: learn and discover from home with Airbnb Experiences

Meditation with a Buddhist monk connected from Osaka, Japan, magic with a London wizard, Irish dance live from Galway, natural cosmetics with an expert from Milan: these are just some of the themes to which the courses present in the panorama of experiences created by Airbnb and usable from over 30 countries around the world, along with the inevitable cooking lessons: from the Singapore bao to “grandmother’s” pasta, passing through the Swedish pastry shop.

“Human relationships are at the heart of what we do – he explained by launching the new project Catherine Powell, Head of Airbnb ExperiencesWith such a large number of people locked in the house to protect their health and that of others, we want to offer hosts the opportunity to connect with the community all over the world in the only way possible right now, online. “

The Online Experiences, which can be accessed through a Zoom link, are available on the Airbnb platform at airbnb.com/online-experiences at a price ranging from 1 to 40 euros: suitable for everyone, they are the new way to travel and grow while remaining at home during the coronavirus quarantine.

Discover also podcasts to listen to from home and activities related to art to be done directly from the sofa at home, including a visit to the Vogue Italia archive, for example, or a visit to beautiful museums such as the Van Gogh Museum.

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