Spain is a great summertime destination but that doesn’t mean it slows down after all the summer fun. Check out these winter events happening around the country.
This article was updated on May 26th, 2020. Iceland is a country unlike any in the world and this tiny European destination will leave you awestruck after any visit. With a population of just over 300,000, this small island offers up amazing experiences all in the company of its welcoming locals who in just the […]
Athens is one-of-a kind and is famous for its historic sites. We visited Athens during Gay Pride, checked out the sites and did a few gay city tours. Watch our latest video on YouTube and find out why we think Athens is awesome! PS – Don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel here!
Atlantic City is probably the most well known city along the Jersey Shore and its popularity started in the mid 30s and 40s as casinos started to roll in, the boardwalk was the place to be seen and the Miss America Pageant became a pop culture phenomena. But as the decades went on, the appeal of Atlantic City has changed and certainly its reputation as a trendy or LGBT destination is up for debate. However, in recent years, several new developments have taken place in hopes of reinvigorating the city and attracting new guests from around the region.
Spain has incredible annual LGBT events that draw millions of visitors each year. Here are some of our top picks not to be missed.
We’re excited to announce that we’ll be attending Pride Con this July in California and we want you to join us at this new LGBT+ event.
June is Pride month and the time where many cities around the world hold their annual LGBT Pride festivals. Check out these 5 prides that are worth the trip.
Are you based in the Midwest of the US and looking for a fun summer getaway? If so, you’re in luck because we’ve teamed up with The Dunes Resort and gaytravel.com to giveaway a free 3 night getaway! You’ll have to opportunity to visit The Dunes Resort located between the charming gay-friendly towns of Saugatuck […]