Gay-Friendly Cities In The World

Many countries around the globe embrace and praise the LGBT community. Several chains of restaurants, hotels, cafes, pubs, garments stores, and retreats that cater to a new segment that is always looking for the best of the best for the LGBT community. Cities have grown and become economically by attracting one of the most valuable and powerful social groups of the 21st century around the world.

  • Toronto, Canada

Toronto is the most populous city in Canada and has an interesting gay spot. Canada has an amazing gay pub and a huge pride parade. Here in Toronto gay community offers a world of creativity, culture, and lively nightlife, with an energetic gay village at the city’s heart it is the cultural hub of the city, bursting with galleries, theatres, and gay-friendly businesses and also you’ll find queer-friendly establishments all over the city.

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  • São Paulo, Brazil

Sao Paulo is not only Brazil’s commercial hub but also the third-largest city in the world. Particularly unique for LGBT travelers as it hosts the biggest gay pride celebration on the planet. Here Gay retreat features a wide kind of shows, with drag, male strip-tease, singers, performances, and some of the best music performances everywhere. There are lots of bathhouses and sex clubs too, often with pubs and shows that run all night.

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  • Madrid, Spain

This city possesses the world’s biggest gay community in Spain and the largest among Europe. The center point of the LGBT society in Spain is Chueca here you’ll find the highest density of pubs and night clubs especially for the LGBT community. This city allows the marriage between same-sex and the gay community has influenced largely the city’s most popular hotels, eateries, and stores.

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  • Miami, USA

This city is been a popular and well-known attraction for LGBT travelers looking to unwind, work on their tans, join people, and eat at the chicest eateries. Miami all over the year popular with the gay crowd, nightclubs and venues, parties, and more, but the Miami Beach Gay Pride Festival that brings everyone together in a colorful celebration and parade from all over the world.

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  • Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona remains one of the most progressive and gay-friendly cities all over the world to live their life here to the fullest. There’s always something interesting going on in the city, Gay cinema festivals or LGBT literature festivals or the famous Circuit Festival, the biggest Gay Festival in Europe every August.

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Amit Sahai

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