The birthplace of Pride and the location of one of the most important moments in queer history, New York City is at the top of our list.
With over 200 years of history for LGBTQIA+ rights, Amsterdam is one of the best and safest cities for LGBTQIA+ travelers.
Another historic first for gays: Taiwan is the first country in Asia to legalize gay marriage. Making it a popular destination for travelers from all over the world.
No trip to the West is complete without a visit to San Francisco, the gay center of California. From Harvey Milk, who ran for office in California.
One of the most progressive countries and cities in Southeast Asia, Bangkok is the epicenter of queer culture in Thailand. Widely accepted gay, lesbian, transgender.
Home of the iconic Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras and one of the world's most colorful celebrations, Sydney is known throughout Australia and the world as a queer capital.
Barcelona is easily a top destination for LGBTQIA+ travelers from around the world, and rightfully so! Come for the beaches, vibrant culture and stunning Gaudi architecture.
The ultimate LGBTQIA+ destination in the Middle East, Tel Aviv is Israel's haven for the gay community. Progressive and open-minded center undoubtedly LGBTQIA.
2009 Prime Minister of Iceland, Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir, with the election of the world's first openly gay head of government, 6–10 day pride parade, Rainbow Reykjavik.
Last but certainly not least: Berlin. The city's thriving gay community is one of the most open and accepting in the world. There, a variety of gay bars.
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