By Andrew Collins. The small but bustling city of West Hollywoodwhich is completely encircled by the city of Los Angeleshas come to be identified as one of the world's great gay meccas. A good many of its nearly 35, residents are gay, and the city contains the greatest concentration of gay-popular hotelsrestaurantsshopsand bars in greater Los Angeles.
Spartacus is publishing the Gay Travel Index since Every year, we take a close look at countries and regions. There are still many places in the world where LGBT must fear for their happiness and safety.
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Brunei has come under scrutiny this week after the small country located in Southeast Asia enacted an Islamic law that made gay sex punishable by flogging or stoning to death. Tomorrow, the country of Brunei will start stoning gay people to death. We need to do something now.
I realised I should be able to go anywhere in the world and have that reassurance. Launched at the end of last year, OutOfOffice. Burn, who quit his job as an ITV journalist in to start the company, says gay people are still frequently let down by travel agents.
Facebook Twitter Email. That situation could be set to worsen after the UK government updated foreign travel advice warning British citizens about risks visiting America's south. The update issued by the UK Foreign Office on its website under the heading of "local laws and customs," highlights potential problems for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender LBGT people.
The city of Lyon has quietly grew into one of the gay scene hotbeds in France through many recreational activities on the sidewalks or being closed doors. The nightlife in Lyon provides gathering places for everyone and the gay scene is not left aside. Gay bars are clustered around the Cordeliers neighborhood in the 2nd arrondissement.
Experience the warm comfort and understated luxury of The Orlando — a stylish Los Angeles luxury boutique hotel in West Hollywood. However, the entertainment capital of the world has much more to offer to the gay traveler than just WeHo. Going to Olvera St. LA is predominantly a Latino city, and to understand LA this would be a great start.
Prague is one of Europe's top gay travel destinations and in our opinion, one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Prague is magical, with its striking gothic architecture, magnificent medieval monuments, like something from a fairy tale. It's no wonder that it's one of the most visited cities in the world.
But exploring Gay Los Angeles, you quickly learn to expect the unexpected. We all know LA is blessed with natural beauty in a way that New Yorkers can never hope to matchand filled with more fantastical dreams and aspiring actors than any other place on the planet, but there is more to LA than that. Magnificent food, world-class art, exceptional dining, luxurious hotels, and a rich gay culture that to a deeply rooted — and very influential — LGBTQ community.