Sweden has taken the odd step of listing the entire country on Airbnb in an effort to appeal to the avocado-wielding millennials of the world.
It's a clever ploy to promote "Allemansrätt," the nation's constitutionally protected "freedom to roam." The law says everyone has the right to camp, hike, bike, or otherwise access public land at will. The Swedes think it's an awesome idea and they want you to try it out.
Among the nation's nine outdoor listings are a "rustic forest retreat," a "cozy glade," and "rugged cliffs shaped by the ice sheet." Each tongue-in-cheek listing is an actual outdoor space in Sweden where you could pitch a tent if you're so inclined. Anyone can. That's how "Allemensträtt" works.