With so many of us seeing our homes become our workspace, it’s no wonder we’re all dreaming of a vacation. But according to Airbnb, many travelers are booking long-term stays in a new spot, in order to bring a bit of a holiday feel to their home-away-from-home office.

According to a new survey commissioned by Airbnb, 83 percent of respondents are in favor of relocating as part of remote working. One in five of the people surveyed have actually relocated their living situation during the pandemic either temporarily or permanently. The site has seen a 128 percent increase in guest reviews mentioning “relocation”, “relocate”, “remote work” and “trying a new neighborhood” in July to September of this year, compared to the same time last year.

The data shows that people who can work from anywhere are booking longer stays - like two weeks or more - in smaller cities that are close to beautiful natural spaces. If you want to know where they are going, here are the trending destinations, according to Airbnb

The Ski Town II
Main Street in Park City at night  © Jason Cameron / Getty Images

Park City, Utah

This gorgeous Utah ski village is perfect for anyone who wants to hit the slopes.

Young woman and man hiking near Donner Pass, CA.
Young woman and man hiking near Donner Pass, which is close to Truckee © Justin Bailie / Getty Images

Truckee, California

This town in the Sierra Nevada provides plenty of outdoor adventure and access to Tahoe National Forest.

Steamboat Springs, town in Colorado © Airbnb

Steamboat Springs, Colorado

This ranching centre and quaint Colorado ski town is also close to hot springs.

Durham Skyline
Durham, North Carolina © Getty Images/iStockphoto

Durham, North Carolina

Get a taste of the south in this small city that is also home to Duke University.

Santa Fe
Santa Fe downtown © DenisTangneyJr / Getty Images

Santa Fe, New Mexico

This city provides art, culture, sunshine and plenty of outdoor exploration.

Fall trees with autumn colours line the streets of Boise © Charles Knowles / Shutterstock

Boise, Idaho

While it’s a lesser-explored capital, Boise is modern, urban and trendy, and is also surrounded by a network of trails.

Autumn on Monument
Fall foliage on Monument Avenue and the skyline of Richmond © Sky Noir Photography by Bill Dickinson/Getty Images

Richmond, Virginia

This Southern city boasts a buzzing food-and-drink scene and an active arts community.

Swamp Rabbit Trail Downtown Falls Park  in Durham © MarkVanDykePhotography / Shutterstock

Greenville, South Carolina

This picturesque town is in the foothills of the Blue Mountains - providing plenty of access to the outdoors.

Skyline Indianapolis
Downtown Indianapolis reflecting on the canal at dusk © John J. Miller Photogrpahy / Getty Images

Indianapolis, Indiana

This capital city is more than its speedway - it’s all connected by a walking and biking trail, and it will soon be home to this popular exhibition.

Okaloosa fishing pier in Fort Walton Beach, Florida  © Airbnb

Fort Walton Beach, Florida

Fort Walton Beach is home to strip malls, mansions, and more - but its beachfront location is sure to please.

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