Gay Zagreb Guide

Along the Sava river, at the southern slopes of the Medvednica mountain, Zagreb is an ideal destination for a romantic weekend, with plenty to explore, endless beauties to discover and hidden jewels. With almost 1.1 million inhabitants, Zagreb is the center of cultural, economic, political and gay life of Croatia. Along the Sava river, at the southern slopes of the Medvednica mountain, Zagreb is an ideal destination for a romantic …

Gay Bratislava Guide

With almost 700,000 inhabitants, Bratislava is the center of cultural, economic, political and gay life of Slovakia. Bratislava is an ideal destination for a short weekend, with plenty to explore, endless beauties to discover and hidden jewels. The cityscape of Bratislava is made of medieval towers mixed with modern buildings. Bratislava is a small, but extraordinarily dynamic city, one of the wealthiest in Europe. You can easily explore the city …

Gay Ljubljana Guide

Slovenia is a Central European country, famous for its mountains, lakes, caves, and for its First lady, Melania Trump. Ljubljana is one of the smallest European capitals, with just 280,000 inhabitants and one of the most picturesque cities for a romantic week end. Many dragons, which are the city’s symbol will protect you from bad vibes. The City center is compact, and getting around is easy as most of the …

Gay Prague Guide

The Czech Republic is a central European country with a long and rich history. Prague, its capital and cradle of the Czech culture, it is one of Europe’s most fascinating cities.  Called the city of a Hundred Spires or the Petrified beauty (the city … not you), Prague is one of the most romantic places ever, and a perfect destination to spend a weekend with your boyfriend. The City center …

Gay Belgrade guide

1000 times destroyed, and 1000 times rebuilt, Belgrade is the tormented capital of Serbia. This south-eastern European country is still not part of the European Union. Serbia has faced a chronic economic crisis that has persisted since the end of the war and the explosion of Yugoslavia. Unlike Slovenia, Croatia and many other East European countries, the last 20 years were not a time of booming economy. Thought Belgrade is …