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Traveling on a budget can be less than an ideal experience. However, the sharing economy has made it possible to stay in incredible locations and enjoy unique experiences without stressing the bank account. With that in mind, we have listed 8 Airbnbs in some of our favorite destinations. All can be booked for $50 or less.


Relax in the Big Easy

New Orleans, LA

Few locations ooze charm like New Orleans. During the fall and winter, temps stay in the 60s, which is the perfect escape from the icy grip of winter. In order to make your warm weather getaway a success you need a suite (private bedroom and bathroom), walk-able location (the garden district), access to Canal Street , and a host with 5 stars (79 reviews and counting).

Essential New Orleans Eatery: Try the High Hat for essential Cajun/Southern cuisine and a great cocktail program. Link

Details:

  • $50 per night
  • Max of 2 guests allowed
  • Private bedroom and bathroom
  • 2 night minimum stay

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Coffee and Beer in the Pacific Northwest

Portland, OR

Do you enjoy local coffee shops and restaurants? A private bedroom for under $48 per night? How about a location with walking access to the one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Portland? Set in the enviable Alberta Arts District, this Airbnb comes with a private room, a double bed, and access to public transit in case you want to explore greater Portland. 5 star host (112 reviews and counting).

Essential Portland Drinkery: Lucky Labrador Brewpub has great craft beer and food. Now with 4 locations, but you want the original on Hawthorne. Link

Details:

  • $48 per night
  • Max of 2 guests allowed
  • Private bedroom
  • 1 night minimum stay

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Green Chile and Zen in the Southwest

Santa Fe, NM

The oldest capital in the United States, Santa Fe has a culture and vibe all its own. The pueblo architecture, Green Chile-based cuisine, and beautiful setting make Santa Fe a relaxing retreat with enough going on to keep you entertained. This Airbnb is within walking distance of the historic downtown plaza and has multiple drinking and dining options around. 4.5 star host (16 reviews and counting).

Essential Santa Fe Activity: If visiting during the summer and spring, be sure to check out the Native American markets in the plaza. Green Chile is always a must when visiting New Mexico and The Shed makes some of the best Green Chile Stew around. Link

Details:

  • $50 per night
  • Max of two guests allowed
  • Private Bedroom
  • 1 night minimum stay

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Vintage Shopping in the Big Apple

Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn, and more specifically Williamsburg, has become a global icon of “cool” over the last decade. Vintage shops, independent retailers, and local restaurants line the streets. This Airbnb features a large private bedroom with a courtyard view window. It’s in a great location to explore Williamsburg on foot, and close to two subway stops if Long Island is on your to do list. 5 Star host (63 reviews and counting)

Essential Brooklyn Dessert: Chocolate from Mast Brothers. There are chocolate shops, and then there is Mast Bros. Whether in the market for a chocolate soda, smoked chocolate, olive oil chocolate, maple choch… you get the idea. This is a must-stop shop when in Brooklyn.   Link

Details:

  • $50 per night
  • Max of two guests allowed
  • Private Bedroom
  • 2 nights minimum stay

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Glamping in Asheville, NC

For those who want to camp but still maintain certain aspects of a civilized existence, this is the Airbnb for you. A private, custom-built cabin allows access to a bed, a toilet, a shower and French press coffee. Easy access to hiking and Ashville, NC, make this a location with multiple entertainment options. 5 Star host (29  reviews and counting).

Essential North Carolina Hike: A moderate hike to a 70-foot waterfall. One of the most scenic spots in North Carolina. Link

Details:

  • $50 per night
  • Max of two guests allowed
  • Private Cabin
  • 2 nights minimum stay

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Culture and Bicycles in Amsterdam

A city of picturesque canals, incredible museums, and charming boutiques, Amsterdam is more than hash houses and red light districts. This Airbnb is in the centrally located Stadionburrt neighborhood, and comes with access to two bicycles—the Dutch preferred method of transit.

Essential Amsterdam cultural activity: The Rijksmuseum. Part museum, part national icon, The Rijkskmuseum contains works by the Dutch masters, incredible architecture, and a charming café. A must stop spot when in Amsterdam.

Details:

  • $50 per night
  • Max of two guests allowed
  • Private Room
  • 2 nights minimum stay

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Tapas in Barcelona

Barcelona, with its nightlife, culture and scenery, is a must see destination on the Mediterranean. This stylish flat is located in the happening Poble-sec neighborhood and has easy access to public transit and comes with a private bedroom. 4.5 star host (75 reviews and counting).

Essential Barcelona Activity: A stroll along Avenue Parrallel. It’s one of the most vibrant streets in the city.

Details:

  • $50 per night
  • Max of two guests allowed
  • Private Room
  • 2 nights minimum stay

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Brush up on your Cold War History in Berlin

A city of hidden restaurants and shops waiting to be discovered, Berlin effortlessly blends the turbulence of its history with the creativity and energy of its current residents. Centered in the Mitte neighborhood, this Airbnb has walking and public transit access to the best of the city.

Essential Berlin Physical Activity: A morning run in the Tiergarten. Once the royal hunting grounds, the Tiergarten is now an 850-acre public park. The perfect way to start your day when in Berlin.   Link

Details:

  • $47 per night
  • Max of two guests allowed
  • Private Room
  • 2 nights minimum stay

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