The Shanghai gay bar scene is a burgeoning affair. While the city boasts a number of LGBT venues, it’s surprisingly few considering Shanghai’s gargantuan population of 25 million people.
The bustling city of Bogota is the capital of Colombia and is centrally located within the country. It's the largest city and has a population just above 7 million. It was a well established gay scene, particularly around Carrera 9, which is in the neighborhood called Chapinero. Some of the most popular gay bars are Color House Café Bar, El Recreo de Adan, Estacion and Brokeback Mountain. Of course the main gay nightlife attraction of Bogota is the megaclub called Theatron, which is the largest gay dance club in all of Latin America. The drag scene in Bogota is also quite popular and the city hosts many drag events throughout the year.
It’s a place where cultures collide: Jews, Arabs, Christians, atheists, artists, scientists, locals, foreigners, young, old, gay and straight – they all share this rather secular city in such a religious country. But somehow this diversity and tolerance of one another has created an ambience in Tel Aviv rarely found in other cities throughout the world.
We've been using misterb&b now for years and it's a great option for renting affordable places in cities around the world. It's similar to AirBnB except you're guaranteed to have a gay or gay friendly host. No awkward encounters when traveling with your partner or boyfriend and almost all tend to be gay themselves and can help you navigate a city’s gay scene. misterb&b is a great option to rent a whole apartment or a private room in a shared apartment so it's perfect for all budgets. They currently have hosts in more than 135 countries with more than 80,000 total listings. You can even list your own room or apartment to earn cash from gay travelers in your city.
In today’s age of technology, travel has become available to more people than ever before. We’ve come up with a list of 5 different mobile apps that can help improve your travel experience – some LGBT specific and some mainstream, but all with the focus giving you travel inspiration and helping you to make the most of your trip.
My Gay Travel Guide is a blog and online resource for LGBT+ travelers. In addition to a collection of gay travel guides, we also publish content on LGBT+ friendly destinations, LGBT+ travel news, prides, events, festivals, gay rights and LGBT+ safety tips. We want to inspire LGBT+ people to explore the world safely by providing the best insider insights and advice on where to go, what to do, what to see and how to stay safe. There are so many amazing places in the world to visit and it can be challenging to decide where to go. My Gay Travel Guide provides you with inspiration and practical tips to help you choose your destination and make the most of your trip.
Sun and fun is around the corner and there’s nothing better than a gay spring getaway or a summer festival. If you’re not sure where to go this year, why not attend one of these gay events happening all around the world? Whether you head out for a gay spring break or a summer pride, this list of events is sure not to disappoint! So without further adieu, here’s our top 10 list of gay travel events for 2018 – designed for the discerning gay traveler, the partier, the Disney lover, the cultural fanatic and the beachgoer – there’s sure to be something for everyone.
Copenhagen has been a destination that we’ve always wanted to visit. Back then it seemed like such a far away destination and now we’re just a few hours flight away. We looked forward to visiting the iconic canals of the historic city center, enjoying the rides at Tivoli Gardens, visiting the castles and palaces and drinking lots of Carlsberg beer.
Sitges City Guide
Sitges is one of our favorite spots in all of Spain. Just 40 minutes south of Barcelona by train, this little town is a must see when in the Catalonia capital either for a day trip or even staying a for a few nights. For a small town, the nightlife is fantastic and reminiscent of Lisbon’s drinking-in-the-street style outside of the local bars. There’s also plenty of shopping to do, long stretches of beaches to tan on, and a slew of restaurants to choose from. Everything is centrally located and easily walkable or accessible via bike.