There are some pretty quirky listings on Airbnb: an igloo in Greenland, or a converted playhouse in Germany...
And now, the entire country of Sweden is on Airbnb.
That's right. It's a collaboration between Airbnb and VisitSweden, and it's all in an effort to promote Sweden's "freedom to roam" policy.
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That means people can freely explore all public spaces across the country.
The listing highlights sleeping with the stars and foraging for mushrooms.
And it's available 365 days per year, accommodates everyone, has unlimited beds and check-in of "whenever"...