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Canal Parade 2019, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Gay Travel in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is no doubt the most easy-going city in Europe. The Dutch have traditionally always been a laid back tolerant race indeed they actually legalized homosexuality as long a go as 1811 and Amsterdam epitomizes this Dutch spirit. Blessed with a circular layout which means that getting from place to place can either be reasonably quick or relatively leisurely if …

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Milan, Italy

Gay Travel in Milan

Milan may not have the immediate allure of such Italian cities as Venice, Rome and Naples, but it is a city of immense sophistication with some magnificent buildings, wonderful squares, old streets and not least the magnificent cathedral or Duomo – the third largest in the world. Milan is also the heart of the Italian fashion business, and it looks …

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Gay Travel

Gay Travel

Looking for a place to get away before the summer ends?  Or maybe planning a trip for the next time the snow is up to your nipples?  As the former owner of a gay hotel, I have some suggestions and ideas to make your next trip enjoyable and downright gay. Gone are the days when your only option was a …

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Mykonos, Greece

Mykonos Gay Travel Guide

Mykonos Island, is part of the Cyclades island group in the Aegean Sea. Located between Syros, Tinos, Naxos and Paros. The island spans an area of 85.5 square kilometers and rises to an elevation of 341 meters at its highest point. There are about 10,200 permanent inhabitants (ref: 2011 census) and divided at two big cities. The main city of …

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San Francisco

Top 10 Gay City Breaks

Whether you’re looking for a wild weekend or a romantic break, my top 10 gay city breaks shoud give you some great ideas for your next break. There are so many ‘must’ visit cities in the world, although some from outside the UK are not exactly weekend destinations. Here are my top 10 gay city breaks for you to choose …

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Taj Mahal

Gay Travel In India

It is easy to get bored of spending vacations in Europe, Argentina and the more exotic locations around the world. This is when most travelers think of coming to Asia for their next yearly vacation. For any LGBT + traveler, however, Asia is far from the ideal location for travel, unless the focus is on sightseeing and not LGBT services. If …

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