Gay and Lesbian Travel
The 13th Reykjavik Gay Pride will be part sponsored by Iceland Express this year, strengthening the airline's on-going support for the LGBT community.
Thousands of gay ski fans will descend on the stylish French Alpine resort of L’Alpe d’huez next March to celebrate European Gay Ski Week.
In the wake of New York becoming the largest and latest US state to legalize gay marriage, new research reveals how many gay and lesbian Americans want to get married - and the very large potential revenue windfall for business likely to result, if marriage equality becomes available nationwide.
Pride Week Sat 9 – Sun 17 July, is a cultural festival showcasing the best international LGBT performers and artists, and celebrating the best creative talent from the South West.
The celebration of gay culture has become a global event with huge Pride festivals taking place every summer in top destinations such as London and San Francisco. HostelBookers has compiled a list of hostels keen to target gay guests, hostels in top cities close to the buzzing gay districts or properties near to the Pride festival sites.
Germany’s gay capital Cologne is Europe’s latest hot-spot for the gay community.
Scandinavian Airlines this week became the first airline in the world to carry out both a gay and lesbian wedding in the air onboard the SK903 between Stockholm and New York.
Arosa is located in southeast of Switzerland, at the end of the Schanfigg-valley. With its extraordinary geographical location not far from St. Moritz and Davos, it boasts a maximum of sunny days whilst being protected by the winds. Since 1877 this traditional alpine ski resort has become a “must” for mountain and sun lovers.
Bristol's Pride Week runs from Saturday 14 August until Monday 22 August and is a celebration of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. Pride Bristol 2010 is organised by the LGBT community for the people of the South West.
Reykjavik will play host to a frenzied festival celebrating fun and freedom at Gay Pride this August.
The question’s been popped, along with a dozen champagne corks; you’ve got the ring and now all thoughts turn to the venue. The last thing you want is for anything to rain on your parade and, ideally, the ‘something blue’ on your big day will be the sky.
The Excelsior Hotel Ernst in Cologne, Germany is making its mark at this year’s Gay Games VIII and Cologne Pride with their ‘Leading Hotel of World Pride Package’.
The bold stripes of the rainbow flag are brightening up Thomson’s website with the arrival of its new holiday range aimed at the gay market.
The Gay Tourist Office will be the first and only, dedicated, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender visitor centre in London, serving as a vital resource for London's LGBT residents. The office is set to open on 22nd October 2009.