In three words, Aisha describes her experience as unique, diverse, and authentic, and we couldn’t agree more. For an entire evening, participants will explore London’s queer culture through underground events, hidden gems, and enriching stories of the past and present. We wanted to get the inside scoop from Aisha about what people can expect from her tour, and what motivated her to create this unique experience - she shares her story here.
'I am not opposed to the idea of a guided tour, in particular, if it is a good one!.. I was fortunate to meet Aisha..There is no better way to explore a city than with a local
Airbnb Reveals London as the Top City for Tinder Dating and Travel in 2018
5 June 2018 published by Airbnb
Through a specially commissioned study*, the people-powered hospitality platform with a mission to create a world where anyone can belong anywhere, has found out which destinations have the most to offer LGBTQ travelers. The study looked at 100 cities with the highest Pride attendance worldwide and found out which of these fared best under five different LGBTQ categories, including nightlife and dating.
AirBnb and Visit Sweden have worked together to sell the country while Visit Jersey is leaning heavily on video content served up alongside life accommodation and tour offers. AirBnb has also launched Trips, turning hosts into centres of information. Is this hybrid model the way forward?