Our Top 10 Things to Do in Gay Friendly Barcelona
Well-established on the LGBT travel map, it’s likely either you or someone you know has raved about this sea-side Mediterranean city. And for good reason – Barcelona boasts a cosmopolitan and welcoming environment for all types of travelers from every corner of the globe. Barcelona is one of those cities that has so much to offer, you can never see it all.
Video: Visiting the Gay-Friendly Island of Gran Canaria in Spain
Gran Canaria is a unique, gay-friendly and an adventurous place to visit. It’s a hot gay destination year round due to the warm climate and Maspalomas is its gay capital.
Drag shows in Gran Canaria are like the residency shows of Las Vegas, with a slightly smaller budget and a lack of celebrity status. Still, they’re a hit and they’re a must. The Yumbo Centre in Maspalomas is the center of the gay nightlife with gay bars, clubs, restaurants and cafes.
Gay Washington DC: A Gay Travel Guide to the Nation’s Capital
Washington DC is a vibrant city. Even though it is best known as the home of the federal government, and the capital city of the United States, it has much more to offer tourists interested in exploring the area’s history. Entertainment, shopping, dining, and other recreational opportunities abound; there is certainly something for everyone in the District of Columbia.
9 Activities in Iceland that Will Leave You Awestruck
When most people think of Iceland, they have visions of shining glaciers coupled with freezing temperatures. While that is true much of the year, Iceland has much more to offer visitors than just an excuse to break out your heavy coat. In fact, it can be much more temperate than one might expect. Even though it’s just 40km south of the Arctic Circle, the North Atlantic current keeps the island ‘reasonably temperate’ for a destination so far north.
Spain’s Best Small Towns for a Weekend Getaway
All the big tourist destinations such as Barcelona, Ibiza and Madrid can easily overshadow some of the smaller, lesser known areas of Spain. However, don’t forget that Spain is a country of pueblos, or small towns, and many Spaniards spend their holidays going back to these villages where their families are from. Some small towns are nothing more than a collection of unexceptional houses and shops that go easily unnoticed as you pass them by. However many, if not most towns around Spain are fascinating glimpses into a history of a time gone by. Though small in size and population, they each have their own unique features making it worth the effort it may take to get there. Whether it’s a local dish, a historic monument or simply the charm of an easy and simple way of life, these towns are definitely worth your time and energy.