The Netherlands was the first country to legalise same-sex marriage and its welcoming atmosphere makes it a great lesbian holiday destination. With lots to do and see, fill your days with art gallery visits, canal tours and bicycling! The fresh sea breeze and quaint town is a lovely addition to an East Coast fly-drive itinerary. In Provincetown experience the laid-back lifestyle of this quaint seaside town. Ideal when paired with Boston. Lesbian Honeymoons We know when it comes to planning your wedding, there is so much to think about.
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In Zagreb, Croatia's capital, we are treated to the sights and sounds of a city that displays a unique blend of Eastern and Western European influences. At the Plitvice we admire spectacular vistas provided by 16 lakes, each at a different level, joining together in cascading waterfalls. The historic town of Zadar was once the capital of Byzantine Dalmatia and offers no end of fascinating sites; our walking tours through Trogir and Hvar prove equally rewarding with their narrow streets, beautiful palaces, and majestic cathedrals. There's no better end to any tour than spending time in Dubrovnik, often referred to as "The Pearl of the Adriatic". City Tour Today we have a sightseeing tour of Zagreb, including Governor Jelacic Square, undoubtedly the very heart of the capital of Croatia. Located in Zagreb's center, the Square is dominated by the Statue of Josip Jelacic, who became the Imperial governor of the triple Kingdom of Dalmatia, Croatia, and Slavonia on the 23rd of March, We continue to Tkalciceva Street.
The list you are about to read is a little personal because these are gay gal friendly places that have friendly faces for me — and they can be for you too! Just follow these lovely ladies on Instagram to make a new gal pal. SPAIN Arguably one of the most gay friendly places in the world, Spain has always been on the top of my must-see places. Babes, beach and island vibing?
Feb 29, 1. Antinous , is a gay and lesbian bookstore in the Gothic quarter, selling comics, travel guides, DVDs, and more. And La Federica is a new LGBT-friendly bar in Barcelona with a retro-modern decor, mean cocktails, and an excellent tapas spread — not to mention the cute, bearded bar staff behind the counter. The lesser known and alternative Kreuzberg Pride which takes place on the same day, celebrates lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered people. The Gay Village, situated in and around Canal Street, is filled with bars, clubs, and other gay-owned businesses.