When visiting the British Isles there’s one island that’s renowned for its warmhearted and welcoming people. Its not called The Isle of Man for nothing.
For the queer tourist Madrid had often been in the shadow of the more fancy and fashionable Barcelona. Sure, the very unique architecture in Barcelona is something that Madrid can not compete with. But Madrid isn’t short on sights, museums … Continued
The Spanish city of Sitges is a small city 35 km south-west of Barcelona. In the late 19th century Sitges started to become a mecca for artists and a center for Modernist and post Art Nouveau architects. During the … Continued
With its romantic castle, the bridges along the Vltava river and the romantic streets in the Old Town, Prague had always been an attractive destination for more romantic queer travellers. But after the Velvet Revolution of 1989 it became one … Continued