Between the stunning outdoor scenery and thriving nightlife, gay Reykjavik should be on everyone’s bucket list for a unique experience
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Gay Austin not only has a thriving nightlife, it’s home to great outdoor venues, live music, museums — Austin is the place to be
Voted one of the LGBTQ-friendly cities in Asia, gay Manila is a top destination with its warm culture and thriving nightlife
From one-of-a-kind museums to luscious outdoor parks, gay Oslo has culture, history and nature, plus a thriving nightlife perfect for a night of fun
Everyone should visit gay Sydney for its friendly culture, warm weather, stunning architecture and the thriving nightlife; it’s a one-of-a-kind experience
Puerto Vallarta or Mexico City may be the top vacation choice for some, but don’t rule out gay Guadalajara — there’s plenty to do and see
If you need to get away for a while, tolerant and progressive gay Key West is an excellent place to go and get what you need
Lisbon may not be your first choice for your next European vacation, but its rich history and low cost of living make it a place you can’t miss
This new old city is currently undergoing a renaissance of fine dining, long-gorgeous scenery and a thriving gay Havana perfect for LGBTQ travelers
Backdropped by majestic mountains and blue beaches, gay Cape Town is a city with great culture and a thriving nightlife that you must experience
If you’re expecting Paris Pride to just be a march and maybe a party on the last day of the month, you’re wrong — here’s your official Pride guide
Sitges, called the Saint-Tropez of Spain, is a favorite destination with perfect beaches, fascinating museums and exciting clubs to dance the night away
When you’re gay, exploring a new city can be a lot of fun, if you know where to go. Some places on the map are more gay-friendly than others, especially if you plan on traveling to countries outside of North America and Europe. Luckily, you can use resources like Hornet’s City Guides to find out where to go and what’s hot in cities all over the world. You’ll find in-depth coverage of the city’s local gay bars, gay events, or just simple suggestions about how to have a good time.
In today’s world, gay people are finding a home or a warm welcome in places outside of NYC and LA. Long gone are the days when gay people had to stick to underground clubs, drag bingo nights at the local taco joint, or some sleazy back alley. As the world becomes more understanding of the LGBTQ community, the local scene starts the change, with new clubs, restaurants, and bars catering specifically to LGBTQ clientele.
As much as we’d like to believe that all of this so-called progress is a result of mankind’s open-minded nature, small businesses and the tourism industry have slowly realized that being gay-friendly means more business. Sticking a rainbow flag in the front window means that a business can attract a wider range of customers. Let’s face it, gay people like to spend money, they like to drink, dance, and spend a wild night on the town. That means big bucks for cities like Istanbul, Paris, London, and even Austin, Texas in the U.S.
If you’re taking a trip to a new destination, make sure to open Hornet to get a sense of what’s gay-friendly and what’s not. You might be surprised at what you find. From gay yoga days to wild nightclubs, find what you’re looking for with Hornet’s City Guides.