Denmark is known for its culture of home sharing and Airbnb guests from around the world have been coming to the country to visit beautiful places such as trendy Copenhagen, evolving Aarhus and the stunning coastal areas around the country since the early days of Airbnb. Hosts have opened up their homes across Denmark, giving guests a chance to stay a little longer and explore more of the country. Airbnb is committed to working with national and local governments to establish and integrate the sharing economy in a sustainable and progressive way that works for everyone. By doing so, we will be able to maximise the benefits of hosting in a fair and open manner for governments, hosts and local communities alike.

22 Nights hosted per year by a typical host

84% Hosts who share their primary residence

kr 14.600 Annual earnings for a typical host

Denmark proposes innovative new home sharing rules

The Danish government has this week shown its continued support for home sharing. It has proposed innovative new rules that make clear local families can share their space with guests and that help make income tax simple for everyone.

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The positive impacts of home sharing in Copenhagen

Today, we are highlighting new data about the Airbnb Community in Copenhagen. It shows that Airbnb helps grow and diversify tourism in the capital, generates new economic activity, and that Airbnb hosts predominantly share the home in which they live and use the money they earn to help pay their bills or stay in their homes.

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The Sharing Economy Festival in Aarhus: a recap

To welcome and encourage the first Sharing Economy Festival in Aarhus Airbnb supported and participated in multiple panel discussions and meetings as to share views on the benefits and future of the sharing economy in Denmark.

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Celebrating the sharing economy in Aarhus

On August 21st Airbnb participated in the Sharing Economy Festival in Aarhus, the European Capital of Culture in 2017. In light of this event, we published new data about the Airbnb community in Aarhus.

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Airbnb Hosts welcomed over 700,000 travellers across Denmark in past year

Today, we are highlighting new data about the Airbnb community in Denmark. It shows that Airbnb helps grow and diversify tourism across the country, generates new economic activity, spreads benefits to more families and communities and supports local residents who share their homes.

Exploring Denmark's Sharing Economy

Fifty Airbnb hosts from across Copenhagen came together with other members of the city’s sharing economy. The group discussed with Visit Denmark, the official tourism board, the benefits of opening their homes to visitors from across the world and helping them experience Copenhagen like a local.

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Good news from Denmark

Airbnb is good news for everyone in Denmark. It helps grow and diversify tourism, spreads benefits to new communities and local businesses, and provides an economic boost for thousands of Danish residents, helping them make ends meet and support their families.

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