When I travel, I love staying in hostels instead of hotels so I can meet people from all around the world, but I also love to mix up and stay with locals every once in a while.
To find awesome locals to stay with for free, I use
It’s not just about getting a free place to stay. My favorite perk is you can experience what it’s like to live like a local. Usually, your host can give you great local advice that you wouldn’t get from any tourism business. It’s always a unique experience with Couchsurfing. This isn’t even a sponsored post – I just really appreciate how Couchsurfing connects people from all over the world.
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