Fort Lauderdale, USA is a beach city. No surprise, it is Florida. And of course, among its numerous beaches there are certain gay-specific, such as The Sebastian Street Gay Beach. It can be attended by lesbian and mixed couples too, but this category of people usually have a rest on the Northern part of the beach while the Southern is for gay men. World AIDS Museum is the must-visit fpor those tourists who prefer an intellectual rest. As for nightlife, there are several bars, such as Rosie’s Bar and Grill, Java Boys and Lips.
Bogotá, the capital of Columbia, is still far from being a queer Mecca, because South America still has a long way to go to achieve the complete LGBT acceptance. Nevertheless, it does not mean that gay tourists, especially mature ones, will be bored there. The gay district of Chapinero and you’ll find one of the most liberated places in the entire continent. El Recreo de Adan is a cool bar visited by cool people, where you can also play board games. There’s also Brokeback Mountain, a popular karaoke bar, and that fact that it was named after one of the most popular gay-themed movies speaks for itself.
Scottish capital Edinburgh is much more than an Old Town with the admirable castles and the Royal Mile Scotch Whisky Experience which is a must-visit for every whiskey lover. Edinburgh is also a huge gay scene. The Regent in Abbeyhill is a pub with a variety of foods and drinks that are definitely worth trying. Talking about drinks, Bramble is a venue known for its delicious cocktails, as well as the aesthetics of the interior. It has a reputation of a perfect place for a romantic date, so if you are traveling with your loved one, this is for you.