Bournemouth is the second top trending end in the WORLD on Airbnb 

BOURNEMOUTH has been named the second top trending end in the universe by AirBnB.

The home rentals website says that holidaymakers are flocking to the British strand review in its 2018 Travel Trends report.

Bournemouth has been named the second top trending end in the universe by AirBnB

Bournemouth has been named the second top trending end in the universe by AirBnB

The coastal review has had an boost of 353 per cent seductiveness from customers, coming second only to Gangneung in Korea, which has seen an boost of seductiveness by 2,175 per cent.

Gangneung has seen a detonate of seductiveness as a outcome of the 2018 Winter Games.

Meanwhile, AirBnB put the increasing seductiveness in Bournemouth down to a operation of factors.

They said: “An scarcely comfortable micro-climate, thespian seascapes, and a buzzing nightlife of clubs and casinos make Bournemouth a tantalizing end this year.”

 The coastal review has had an boost of 353 per cent seductiveness from customers

The coastal review has had an boost of 353 per cent seductiveness from customers

The top 5 was dull out by Edmonton in Canada, Indianapolis in Indiana and Da Nang in Vietnam.

Cardiff narrowly missed out on a top 10 spot, featuring at series 11 on the list with an boost in seductiveness of 206 per cent.

Beyond the customary civic apartment, non-traditional homes saw the largest increases in bookings over last year.

Nature lodges and ryokans – normal Japanese inns, are surging the many in bookings, showing that travellers are increasingly drawn to homes that are country and singular overnight stays, rather than looking simply for comfort.



Meanwhile, cities like Paris, New York and London continue to browbeat the list of most-booked cities.

Tokyo was series one on the list of many renouned cities, followed by Paris, Osaka, New York and London.

When it came to the site’s many renouned “experiences,” London had two on the list – a secret unison in a treehouse in London and a Brixton dark jazz club.

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