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This Liverpool hotel is said to be haunted by the ghost of Judy Garland…
The UK has been the first foreign government to participate in Pride marches in cities across the US, Mexico & Canada.
If you believe the legends, Poland’s cultural capital Krakow was founded on the defeat of a dragon, and it’s true a mythical atmosphere permeates its attractive streets and squares.
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Exhilarating, open-minded, multicultural – Berlin is one of Europe’s most vibrant and a gay-friendly cities. Queer culture here is pretence-free and very much an integral part of daily life. Instead of a dedicated ‘gayborhood’ Berlin has various stomping grounds, primarily in historical Schöneberg, alternative Kreuzberg and laid- back Prenzlauer Berg. But Continue Reading
Jeremy Wilkes has been appointed as beTravelwise’s new London-based LGBT travel advisor.
The city has also evolved into an important community hotspot in Central Europe.
Norway was among the first countries in the world to give equal rights to everyone no matter whom they love, and most Norwegians have a liberal attitude towards gay people. Cultural events, yearly parades – and a designated skiing festival for gays and lesbians are among the offerings.
Whether it’s your first visit or a fond return encounter, Cologne is a place with unique local colour – and colourfully unique locals.