Athens is a stunning but sprawling city which is often overlooked in favour of the islands. However, spend some time in this ancient city and you’ll fall in love with its food architecture and people. Athens does have a gay scene but it’s a little more underground and clandestine than in other major European cities.
Brunch is now an integral part of any great weekend and nowhere does brunch better than Berlin. There are so many excellent places to grab some post-party, morning after food we can’t list them all – but here are just some of our favourite places for brunch in Berlin. Spindler This is possibly one
A group of campaigners protesting against the equal marriage act in Australia have accidentally used a flag which represents bisexual pride. The Coalition for Marriage, which consists of several other groups including the Australian Christian Lobby, is campaigning against a potential law which would give same sex couples equal rights when it comes to marriage.
Heading to the Dutch capital? Here’s a list of ten fantastic things to do when you’re in the magnetic, charming and utterly wonderful city of Amsterdam. Traverse the Canal Network Amsterdam’s famous 17th Century canals are one of the most spectacular features of a city anywhere in the world. The architecture lining the waterways
A survey by the advocacy group Stonewall has found that half of gay men in Britain would not feel comfortable holdings hands with their partner in the street. The research also revealed that one in five people who identify as LGBT have been the victim of a hate crime in the last 12 months. The
While it’s important that travel is a time to disconnect from technology and reconnect with the world – gay travel apps can be a fantastic way to help organise and assist you on your next adventure. Skyscanner Skyscanner is the premier app for finding cheap flights. It has excellent functionalities like a multi-city search and
Indulge in Turkey’s most opulent dessert surrounded by some of the world’s most breathtaking architecture in epic Istanbul. The origins of this beautifully sticky, sweet dessert are thought to date back to the kitchens of the Topkapi Palace in Istanbul. For over two millennia there is evidence of Baklava being eaten everywhere from the Roman