United States Nationwide
Sophisticated and cosmopolitan, a visible and energetic gay population calls Boston home. The capital of America's first state to legalize same-sex marriage, this city has long been one of the most politically progressive and socially liberal in the country, as evidenced by its highly visible LGBT community.
Well known for its wind, the Blues Brothers and Al Capone, Chicago is slowly emerging as one of the nation's most gay-friendly cities.
Mention Houston, Texas comes to mind and the red-neck Republican south, however Houston is a growing metropolitan city with a thriving gay scene, in fact it is becoming so successful it is challenging New York and California for events, bars, clubs and all round gay entertainment.
Whether you're coming to catch a show, gamble or just lounge by the pool at one of the world-class hotels, 'Sin City' is the perfect LGBT getaway. A flashy, glitzy, decadent mirage in the middle of the desert, Las Vegas is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.
With its gorgeous beaches lined with palm trees swaying in the gentle sea breezes, its throngs of gay and lesbian bars, clubs, shops and restaurants, Los Angeles is not so much a great gay travel destination, as a gay paradise.
Miami is all about pleasure! South Beach is the heart of the party scene in a city that takes its hedonism, and extravagance very seriously.
With its 24-hour bar culture, great restaurants and relaxed pace, New Orleans is guaranteed to keep you entertained. Music on practically every corner, its easy to get swept away in this oasis of calm and enjoy a few days in the Gulf Coast’s Big Easy.
As a Gay destination New York is beyond compare. The East coast birthplace of ‘gaydom’, New York offers the hustle bustle of a 24-hour metropolitan city, plus numerous places of historical interest concerning our community’s fight for recognition and equality. In June 2011 New York became the 6th US state to legalise gay marriage.
What other city can boast a welcome to gay and lesbian travelers with a six popular annual Pride festivities, a vibrant mix of festivals and events and an out, proud and very loud gay and lesbian community.
San Francisco prides itself on being ‘like a home away from home, only better. The residents are fiercely proud of this diverse city and assure you of the warmest of welcomes.
Once listed as the US ‘5th Gayest city, Seattle is known for its cosmopolitan atmosphere, great cuisine and a funky bar scene. Where ever you go in the city you can see snow capped mountains, sparkling blue waters and lush green forests.
Washington's gay think-tank is one of the most committed and savvy LGBT communities and is home to some of the most powerful and visible gay men and lesbians in the country. The city's lively gay nightlife is centered within a couple of neighborhoods, easily accessible by public transportation.