If you’re looking for a bit of fun or just some relaxation in London, there are three main gay bathhouse options to investigate. What makes a good bathhouse?
By now, pretty much everyone would’ve seen pictures of the glass roofed cabins that have become synonymous with Finish Lapland, however, what is it actually like to stay in such a cabin?
There are over 35 gay bars, cafes, saunas, beaches, and more to explore – along with two fabulous queer festivals venues. Offering a more relaxed and welcoming atmosphere than you are likely to find in Paris, Nice is quickly becoming the gay hot spot on the Côte d’Azur everyone is talking about.
Locals say you go to Amsterdam for its history, The Hague for its beauty and Rotterdam for work
Although in many places overcrowded and overpriced, it remains possible to find awesome gay hotels in Venice. Whether you’re after a budget city center base for exploring this stunning city or seek something a little more luxurious, our guide to the five best gay-friendly hotels in Venice has got you covered!
Gay people in Milan do not need to make any extra precautions regarding public displays of affection in this progressive city and should have no issues exploring its timeless beauty!
Sure, Rome and Florence are generally first of a travelers bucket list of historic Italy, but Milan is the Italy of the future, a metropolis where creativity is currency, looking good is mandatory, and everyone knows the deal: you work hard, you play hard.
By David Hudson Freddie Mercury remains one of rock’s most beloved figures. The lead singer of Queen died in 1990 from AIDS-related illness. Anyone who saw the Oscar-winning, 2018 biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody (starring Rami Malek as Mercury), will know about Mercury’s background. Born Farrokh Bulsara in Zanzibar in 1946, he and his parents emigrated to England in 1964….
A Gay Traveler on Crete, Greece: Traveler and writer Tim Mitchel sent this first hand report from Greece’s largest Mediterranean island By Tim Mitchell Special report to GlobalGayz.com Say ‘Greece’ to most gay men and they will immediately say ‘Mykonos’, even if they haven’t been there. But of course Mykonos is not Greece any more than Greece consists…
CZECH REPUBLIC IS A SMALL PICTURESQUE GEM IN CENTRAL EUROPE. THE GAY/QUEER COMMUNITY IS ALIVE AND WELL WITH NUMEROUS ORGANIZATIONS, VENUES AND EVENTS