Europe

14 Delicious Turkish Dishes to Try in Istanbul

14 Delicious Turkish Dishes to Try in Istanbul

It is an undisputed fact a visit to Turkey ended up on my radar because of a strong desire to eat all the things. While there is so much more to see and do in Istanbul the food as expected was a highlight. During 10 days here I consumed all the Turkish dishes I could...

The Ultimate Guide to Lesbian Travel in Brighton

The Ultimate Guide to Lesbian Travel in Brighton

Brighton is the unofficial gay capital of the UK with the country’s highest proportion of same-sex households, first Trans Pride, and, some might say, best queer nightlife scene. But it’s not just the LGBT+ scene that makes Brighton an awesome place to travel to. In...

8 Things To Do in Glasgow Scotland

8 Things To Do in Glasgow Scotland

Aggressively queer,” I wrote in my notes on the blank page labeled Glasgow. But that’s a note I scribbled more out of joy rather than journalistic necessity. After checking into the gorgeous Dakota Delux Hotel, I spent the last few days exploring the more traditional...

What to do in Stockholm, the Lesbian Guide

What to do in Stockholm, the Lesbian Guide

Normally when we travel, Lindsay stands out like a sore thumb. It sounds bad - but it’s just her reality but it’s also the reality of many LGBT travelers exploring the world.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ She’s usually the tallest person in the room in Mexico. In the US people stare or make...

25 Photos of our Helsinki to Tallinn Day Trip

25 Photos of our Helsinki to Tallinn Day Trip

TRAVEL & LGBT 25 Photos of Our Helsinki to Tallinn Day Trip Lindsay Cale We spent a week in Helsinki, Finland with My Helsinki exploring the food, design and LGBTQ scene. While we there, Visit Tallinn invited us to come explore Estonia for a day via the Helsinki...

7 Reasons to Visit The Vatican While in Italy

7 Reasons to Visit The Vatican While in Italy

TRAVEL & LGBT 7 Reasons to Visit The Vatican While in Italy Meg Cale When you’re visiting Italy you know it’s vast and filled with amazing food, classical works of art, and historical significance. it can be tough to narrow down what exactly you’d like to do with...

9 Tips for Planning Gay Iceland Vacations

9 Tips for Planning Gay Iceland Vacations

Iceland is quickly becoming one of the most popular destinations in the world. It’s natural beauty, friendly people, and adventure activities are just a few of the reasons why. While you’re visiting you have to check out the waterfalls, ice caves, and gorgeous...

10 Czech Republic LGBT Travel Tips

10 Czech Republic LGBT Travel Tips

The Czech Republic looks like a country that’s been pulled from the plot line of a fairy tale but their values and ideals are far from old school. When we were asked to partner with Czech Tourism on this post we knew it was the perfect travel destination for our LGBT...

Journal: World Pride Madrid

Journal: World Pride Madrid

Journal: World Pride Madrid This past week I was in Madrid, Spain for my very first World Pride. I’ve attended Pride in a few dozen countries and at least twice as many cities at this point, but World Pride is a completely different ball game.  I was in town working...

Blurred Lines: Ukraine is not Russia

Blurred Lines: Ukraine is not Russia

EDITOR’S NOTE: IN AN ONGOING EFFORT TO FEATURE WRITERS FROM MARGINALIZED COMMUNITIES AND UNDERREPRESENTED ISSUES IN THE WORLD OF TRAVEL, THIS GUEST POST FROM LARA MAREE OF LOST LARA BRINGS TO LIGHT HER EXPERIENCES LIVING AS AN AUSTRALIAN EXPAT IN UKRAINE. The Ukraine,...

The Dumbest Thing I’ve Ever Done While Traveling

The Dumbest Thing I’ve Ever Done While Traveling

In an effort to feature writers from all walks of life, today I am featuring straight lady, Hayley from Savvy Girl Travel. Last October I got on a motorcycle in Athens, Greece with a man I’d just met. Now, I know what you’re thinking: Are you crazy? You could have...

Postcards from Riga

Postcards from Riga

I got to visit Latvia for EuroPride 2015. Riga’s winding cobblestone streets in Old Town make it look like something straight out of Grimm’s Fairy Tales. The weather is perfect in a mild-sunny-warm kind of way. I woke up early on a Sunday morning to take a breath from...

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