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Gay-friendly cities everyone should visit

Whether you’re traveling alone or with your partner, few factors are important to be taken into consideration

By Steve Brown

Everyone dreams of traveling the world, but for the LGBTQ community,this can be a bit hard sometimes with certain cultures not being as accepting and open to queer people.

Yet, the world is a huge place and there are so many places out there that love and support the community.

So, if you’re looking for a gay-friendly city to visit on your next trip then pack your bags and get ready for an experience you won’t soon forget.

Las Vegas

As if there was a world where Vegas wouldn’t make it on this list. Whatever you’re looking for, Vegas has got it.

The atmosphere in Las Vegas is a non-stop party, and no one, especially not the LGBTQ community can refuse a good party. Vegas has such a wide range of options for LGBTQ members that want to experience what the city has to offer.

Vegas is most known for its casinos, so even if you’re not a casino fan, you’ll find that Vegas casinos are truly something else.

Everyone is welcome in Vegas as long as they have some money to spend. The games, the lights, and the spectacular shows will all draw you in and have you let loose and have an amazing time.

If Vegas isn’t in the cards for you but you still want a fun casino experience and you come from the UK,you can check out the best UK online casino.


If you’ve finally decided to live out your dream and travel through Europe then don’t even think about skipping Berlin.

The city is filled with creative spirits that help keep it open-minded and accepting of everyone regardless of gender identity or sexual orientation.

Berlin is a hot spot for LGBTQ members that like to have fun and explore the city. There are regular gatherings of LGBTQ groups that veer towards a plethora of interests, so no matter what you like, you’ll always find someone likeminded to hang out with.

It’s almost a sin to mention Germany without talking about their exceptional beer.

There are a large number of popular queer bars you can visit in the heart of Berlin that are accompanied by a great social atmosphere, and of course, great beer.


If you think that Japan’s wild pop culture is the best thing about it then you’re dead wrong, it’s the people.

While cat cafes, cosplay parties, and tasty food are all incredible, the true essence of Tokyo lies in its inhabitants.

Japanese culture is not very fond of PDA and topics of sex and sexuality are usually avoided but the gender norms in Japan are amongst the most fluid in the world.

Because of their culture, the Japanese are some of the most accepting and non-judgmental people in the world.

So if you’re an adventurer that wants to try out things you didn’t even know were an option in the first place then Tokyo is the place to be.