Airbnb has just given Canadians 16 great reasons to ignore the low value of the dollar and go travelling this year.
The rental service has released a list of the 16 most popular neighbourhoods that travellers flocked to in 2015.
And they provide lots of great ideas for places to check out right now.
Topping the list was Chūō-ku, a neighbourhood in Osaka, Japan, which saw 7,000 per cent more Airbnb guests last year, compared to the previous one. The area is home to the ancient Osaka Castle, as well as lots of great street food.
Also on the list was Bangkok's Banglampoo area, whose most famous feature is Khaosan Road (a.k.a. the backpackers' mecca). But Airbnb will tell you there's plenty more to discover there.
There are cities that you might not expect. Areas in Atlanta and Dallas are proving very popular, as is a Buenos Aires neighbourhood not normally known for attracting tourists.
What are you still reading for? Pack your bags!