Okay, while the international gay scene is expanding you would be surprised on the top five destinations for gay men are. While San Tropez, and Mykonos are still hot destinations for anyone, the gay destinations of choice right now are the following:
Brazil- If you are looking to dance on the streets of rio, and find adventures with locals, Brazil is definitely the place to go. With the preparations for the Olympics, Brazil is cracking down on crime and becoming a safer environment for gays to go to.
Berlin- Germany takes pride in their gay rights and protection for gay men and women, especially those youth who are finding their way. So, whether you go for Oktober Fest, or to see stunning castles, Germany definitely offers a wide spectrum of entertainment.
Miami- For those of you who are searching for latin eye candy, hard asrock bodies, and parties on the beach, Miami is the place to go. From gorgeous tans, to exotic swimwear, and accents from every country, Miami is where you want to be.
Barcelona- Spain’s recent economic crash has been the perfect reason for the gays to come. Have you ever noticed, that gays move into struggling neighborhoods, and revamp them to become fabulous? (Castro District in San Fran, Chelsea in NYC, and Weho in Los Angeles) Gays have a way of saving cities it seems, and Barcelona is definitely on track with that. From amazing roof top bars like the one at the Axel Hotel to their gay festivals and cruises, Barcelona is becoming the new latin gay destination.
New York City- NYC really doesn’t need an introduction, but from Broadway to Wall Street, New York offers everything. More importantly though, from the famed neighborhoods of the Upper East Side and Chelsea, new neighborhoods like Williamsburg and Park Slope are turning into trendy safe gay neighborhoods.
Each of these cities boast nightlife and shopping. They are definitely great places to go for honeymoons, or a summer vacation. For those who are experienced international travelers, we recommend: Amsterdam, Sydney Australia, Tel Aviv and Hong Kong.