Catalonian architect Antoni Gaudi, this destination is one of the hottest spots for tourists. Paul Ferdinand. Hanging with friends at Botanic, one of Barcelona's great gay cafes. Report inappropriate content.
Originally an electric plant in East Berlin, this massive building is now Berghain featuring a massive club floor with steel and concrete playing techno, industrial, and Detroit style techno, a bar, and ice cream parlour.
FKK is alive and well, and easy for tourists, too! This is also the place where young and alternative, punk inspired scene is rapidly growing. But the notion of handing any of my money to an oppressive regime that enforces Sharia Law runs counter to everything I hold dear.
Don't miss the Dubai Lake fountain show When visiting the Burj Khalifa make sure you stop to enjoy the Dubai Lake fountain show featuring water, music and lights. Unfortunately, you will not find any restaurants in Dubai proudly hanging a rainbow flag.
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When you experience the serenity of The Montague, you'll find it hard to believe you're in central London. In the last 20 years, London's gay community has bravely and proudly stepped out of back alleys and clandestine barrooms into the mainstream streets, making London one of the world's leading city to visit for gay and lesbian travellers.
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From the ocean blue walls in the bedrooms to the Modernist art, the decor never fails to make you feel like you're right at home. Despite only having started three years ago, it is home to one of the largest Pride events in Latin America, taking place every June with over participants.
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