Gay Cartagena a city that welcomes everyone & seizes you in a captivating grip. It has a reputation as one of the Caribbean’s most gay-friendly destinations
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?
Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) is very gay-friendly, just as most of the other cities in Vietnam
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
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.
Posted by Karl Krause Our second journal about our trip to one of the gay-friendliest countries in Southern America is about Colombia’s capital city, Bogotá. We have to admit, first thoughts that came to our minds when talking about Colombia and Bogotá have been about how dangerous the country and its capital is. But we are…
Gay travellers to Phuket will need to mark only two spots on their Google Maps: Patong Beach and Paradise Complex. Patong Beach is where all the boys flock to in the day – and at night, they all head to Paradise Complex, where the island’s gay bars and clubs are located.
Thailand is famous for being one of the most gay friendly countries in Asia, with the capital city of Bangkok its beating heart.
Today in this modern version of gay Brisbane, you can enjoy voguish architecture, designer shopping, refreshing beaches, extraordinary arts events, wild nightlife, multi-cultural gastronomy, and some of Australia’s best cafés.