Join us for cocktails and an evening of great networking with tourism professionals, media, association executives and local VIPS. The evening also includes a silent auction, and you could leave the Saloon with amazing travel packages, such as: Event Passes & Lift Tickets for Aspen Gay Ski Week 2018; four nights accommodations in Cusco & the Sacred Valley in Peru; two nights at the MGM Grand Las Vegas along with show tickets; an NYC package consisting of hotel accommodations & sightseeing passes; two nights accommodations at The London, West Hollywood with dinner and bike tour; luxury suite accommodations for the night of Dallas Black Tie; and more!
In conjunction with the leading International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association (IGLTA) and following its first report in 2012, the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has published a second report on the role of the increasingly important LGBT travel market. As the World’s Largest Travel Trade Fair and as part of its strategy to promote social responsibility, ITB Berlin is committed to firmly establishing the LGBT segment while also dispelling preconceptions. According to the report, in recent years the LGBT travel market has experienced a general upturn. Nevertheless, in some 70 countries around the world the legal situation of gays and lesbians remains very precarious, and a lot still needs to be done in terms of education.
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Immediately after the GNetwork360 10th Annual LGBT Tourism & Business Conference in Buenos Aires, a group of LGBT media and conference participants headed down to the southern tip of Argentina, to the town of El Calafate. Staying at the lodge-like Alto Calafate Hotel, we took the shuttle into town for some local exploring and dining by night, and ventured into Los Glaciares National Park by day, once by boat on Lago Argentino (dinner cruise by MarpaTag Cruises) and another day by bus, where we were able to roam alongside the glacier as it calved icebergs large and small during our visit.
Palm Springs has long been a hit with weekenders from LA, but now - with a spanking new design district and booming hotel scene (not to mention the fact that Coachella suddenly became cool) - the moody desert city is hotter than ever before
Think summer is too hot for a trip to New Orleans? Think again. Explore our top splash-worthy LGBTQ pools in New Orleans.
OK, so you're a traveler, LGBT or otherwise. You've decided you want to go to St. Petersburg, Florida on vacation. So now what? What do you do? Where do you go in your research and what resources do you use in order to plan your vacation? Next step... so OK, now you're there... you've landed and you've taken a taxi or Uber to your hotel. So again, now what? You're hungry, but first you want to meet up with your friends for a cocktail. What do you do? How do you as an LGBT traveler determine where you want to go for that drink, your dinner and then out that evening with your friends? Are you bringing a trusted FunMap, Damron or Spartacus Guide in your pocket?
Zum 1. September 2017 werden die bislang vom insolventen Bruno Gmünder Verlag herausgegebenen Marken Spartacus International Gay Guide, Spartacus Traveler sowie m-maenner.de von verschiedenen Unternehmen der blu Mediengruppe übernommen.
Nada’s Italy, the premiere choice for international touring, was formed by a Passionate Ambassador of the Italian art of “living in the moment.” Nada Vergili developed the company Nada’s Italy in 2004 and since has made it of the most successful tour agencies in the US.
I'm often asked, "Is New Zealand a gay friendly travel destination? Will we be welcome there?" Hear what our LGBT locals have to say.
Vinny and Bernard take on Japan, one crazy adventure at a time. **Edit - No, Bernard is not my new "bae" - He's a good friend that I've known middle school. He's positively straight, and has a girlfriend. Ya'll relax lol. ??
Readers of Travel + Leisure Magazine have voted Provincetown as America’s Top Beach Town. In this year’s America’s Favorite Places Survey, readers named the town, stating that “a winning trifecta of gorgeous natural scenery, charming architecture and an everyone-is-welcome cultural scene, earned Provincetown top honors. “Considering everything else we have, our art colony and all …
Greece's best destinations for gay vacations will be highlighted in a new campaign to attract LGBT holidaymakers to the country during September.
Win a 4-day stay in a 4+ star-property and two activities - GayTravel.com’s first Mexican destination to be Gay Travel Approved, Puerto Vallarta made its debut as a tourism destination in the 1960s when celebrity visits by Elizabeth Taylor and Tennessee Williams launched the destination into the eye...
This year marks the 150th anniversary of Canada and we were fortunate enough to pass through Ottawa on July 1st to be part of the celebration. We arrived on the morning of Canada Day and the city was alive! There was a sea of people wearing red and white, eagerly waiting to kick off the festivities. I was traveling with a few of my friends, some of whom are Americans, and it was great to show off the Capital of Canada and for them to join in the celebration. Parliament Hill was packed so we decided to observe from the Gatineau side (in the Outaouais region of Quebec).