Gay Edinburgh Guide

Sexy Scotts wearing kilts … this is reason enough for coming to Edinburgh. The city is the center of cultural, economic, political and gay life of Scotland. It’s also one of the most alluring cities in the UK with loads of historical monuments, stunning museums and art galleries, surrounded by breathtaking landscapes. The city center is compact and getting around is easy as most of the sights are contained within …

Gay Rotterdam Guide

Rotterdam is not a place you will fall in love at first sight. German and allied bombers targeted Rotterdam in WWII and the entire city had to be rebuilt, so it is not the usual cute canal city you will find all around the Netherlands. You will find yourself in a new futuristic city, famous for its modern architecture and proud of its status as the largest port in Europe. …

Gay Antwerp Guide

Antwerp is the second largest city of Belgium. With a population of 1,3 million inhabitants, it is the center of cultural, economic, political and gay life of Flanders, the North and prosperous part of the country. You will probably arrive in Antwerp central Rail station. Called the “Rail Cathedral”, it is considered one of the most alluring and spectacular train stations in Europe, made of gilding and marble.  The City …

Gay Dublin Guide

Dublin is the center of cultural, economic, political and gay life in Ireland. Dublin is an ideal destination for a romantic weekend, with plenty to explore, endless beauties to discover and hidden jewels. Dublin is a small, but extraordinarily dynamic city, which you can easily explore walking on your own or with a local Gaybassador to show you around. The city is very prosperous, and this is not for sure …

Gay Brussels Guide

Manneken Piss, Grand Place, Art Nouveau and crazy parties … this is Brussels in a few words. With 2.1 million inhabitants, Brussels is the center of cultural, economic, political and gay life in Belgium and the administrative capital of Europe. It is the core of a 5 million inhabitants conurbation extending from Ghent to Antwerp. Brussels is an ideal destination for a romantic or festive weekend, with plenty to explore, …

Gay Cologne Guide

Cologne is one of the most vibrant cities in Germany and has been the unofficial gay capital of West Germany since the end of the second world war.  Arriving by train you are confronted by Cologne’s Gothic cathedral, which has dominated the City with its black façades and two 160-metre-high towers for eight centuries. Inside the cathedral, you can admire the old windows and a Shrine containing the relics of the …

Gay Brighton Guide

Brighton is without doubt one of the most vibrant and eccentric cities in UK. Since the 19th century, without doubt, it became a party City for Londoners and acquired a reputation for tolerance, especially in Victorian times, when social and moral pressure were at their high. Therefore, Brighton was quickly adopted by British gays, and became the unofficial gay capital of England. In the eighties, Brighton was considered as an …