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Planning a trip to San Francisco and are seeking the most gay friendly hotels? Then read on!

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Other than Berlin, there are only a few other cities worldwide offer more exotic places for gays and lesbians. If you’d want have a perfect gay holiday, Berlin is the place to be!

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If you’re looking for a lively Italian city to visit, Naples (‘Napoli’ in Italian) is a great place to see. It’s the third largest city in Italy and it’s bustling, vibrant, and there’s something in it for everyone – including the traveler looking for a good night out. If you’re trying to find a great gay nightclub in Naples, here’s a quick list to get you started.

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2012 sees Rio de Janeiro host its 17th annual Gay Pride event, and this year is sure to be a scorcher! Falling in mid-November, the long weekend of partying will help to ring in the Brazilian Spring, which should bring dry weather and average temperatures of 30 degrees celsius (86 degrees farenheit). So pack your swimming costume and your sunblock, and get ready to make the most of one of the most vibrant and exciting celebrations of diversity to be found in the world today.

Gay Pride

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Located on Sicily’s eastern coast is the town of Taormina, a hillside location that is one of the most popular destinations on the island. During the hottest months of July and August, the beach is crowded with locals and tourists alike. However, Taormina is also a popular favorite of the GLBT (gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, and transgender) community and has been rated as a gay-friendly town.

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Many individuals who visit Spain’s second largest city and Catalonian capital of Barcelona are unaware of what a diverse culture that exists here. It is a very large city with the cultural heritage and history backing it up evidenced by the architecture and art on display throughout the city. Unbeknownst to many international travelers is the fact that the city also has a very large and prevalent GLBT (Gay Lesbian Bi-Sexual Transgender) community as well.

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One of the more popularly visited beach towns of Bali is the city of Seminyak and one of the more upscale destinations in the region with numerous high-end bars and restaurants as well as mostly luxury accommodations. It is hard to realize when you first view the city that only 10 years ago it was somewhat of a backwater, undeveloped community that didn’t entice many international travelers and tourists. Although it is a targeted destination of romantic heterosexual couples, Bali has a very lively yet smaller gay and lesbian scene. For those looking for a fun, gay vacation, with a host of visits to the bars and clubs in Bali, Seminyak is the perfect vacation spot.

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The capital and largest city in Spain is Madrid with its 3.5 million residents. It is best known for its artistic and cultural heritage. Madrid is also renowned for its diversity in cuisines and its exciting nightlife venues. The accommodations in the city are considered some of the most outstanding in Western Europe. Interestingly enough, the city of Madrid caters to a rather significant GLBT (Gay, Lesbian, Bi-sexual, and Transgender) community. There are a number of outstanding gay-friendly hotels in the city as well.

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If you are thinking about heading to the USA and NYC in particular, you have to try a big gay Broadway holiday. Not only is NYC the home of America’s gift to the Arts and Musical Theatre, but you have a ton of things that you can do to have a Broadway themed holiday. Here are some shows that you may want to check out for the 2011 Broadway season and some places that you may want to go.

Gay  Holiday NYC

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Although you would not normally think of Kuala Lumpur being a city that would have a significant gay community, the city has a gay-friendly community and a thriving gay club scene and nightlife. Granted, Kuala Lumpur does not have an extensive gay scene as some other Asian cities such as Hong Kong, Manila, or Singapore, the gay culture and scene is well-established here and the gay community is extremely active and vibrant. Here is a list of the top gay spots in Kuala Lumpur.

Kuala Lumpur gay clubs

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Whether you are just out of the closet or have been openly gay your entire life, one thing that gets tricky for everyone is how to plan a gay vacation that meets your needs. Although gay travel and straight travel are very similar, there are a few things that you need to think about before you look at booking your next trip. With a huge variety of gay vacations out there, it is important to find one that meets your needs.

Plan Your Vacation

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Helsinki is a small city but has a vibrant nightlife. Most pubs, bars, clubs in Helsinki stay open until 2 to 4 am, and there are late night clubs, concerts, events and gigs almost every night of the week.

nightlife in helsinki

The age limit to enter Helsinki’s bars and clubs can be anywhere between 18 and 24. On weekends many clubs have a minimum age of at least 20. Ordinary bars and pubs generally keep the age limit at 18. read full article

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There is no doubt that one of the most targeted destination sites for international travelers is the city of London, the UK’s capital and most populated city.

London Gay Pride

However in recent years, it has also become a favorite of the bisexual, gay, lesbian, read full article

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Happy Birthday Venere Travel Blog!

Happy Birthday to Venere Travel Blog

It’s two years now that The Venere Travel Blog is online. It’s been fun and we hope that you have had such an amusing time as we have had. read full article

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