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Bangkok is Thailand’s largest city, an eventful place where people from all corners of the globe flock to because of its historic tourist destinations, unique cuisine and cheap shopping bargains.

Soi Cowboy in Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok: A Shopper’s Paradise

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Fun facts, hot summer holidays, sexy hotels, night clubs and gay spots have been some of this year’s most popular topics on the Venere Travel Blog.

1. Top 6 Cooling Summer Drink of Europe by Paul Crompton : 6  refreshing… read full article

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Check out these five New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day recipes and food tips shared by out Twitter friends:

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Christmas Tradition

The Hungarian Girl invites you to attend the 16th Stollen Festival in Dresden, Germany.

German Christmas Bread

In occasion of the festival, a giant stollen bread will be baked and paraded through the Old Town towards the Dresden… read full article

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Madrid and Barcelona tend to dominate the gay scene in Spain but then that isn’t to say the Orange-famous, beautiful southern city of Seville can’t compete.

In terms of the general feeling towards the gay scene in the… read full article

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Discussing the allure that Greece has when it comes to international travel could never be complete without mentioning the island of Crete.

Beach, Heraklion, Greece

Rich with culture and steeped with history dating back to ancient and mythological times, the island of Crete offers… read full article

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Naples Boutique Accommodation

World’s Best Boutique Hostels

An open list of some of the more cute boutique hostels has been set up by Guardian.co.uk. This list includes beautiful interiors and hostel rooms such as those of Miss Sophie’s in Prague, in the Czech Republic, or La Controra Hostel, in Naples, Italy… read full article

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Paris is definitely Summer’s Gay Destination par excellence.

Le Marais - Bakery Shop Window

The striking Paris Gay Pride (Marche des Fiertés) takes place yearly at the end of June. This gay parade joins even hundreds of thousands of people walking and getting fun in… read full article

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A mere few years ago, the area surrounding Kottbusser Tor in Berlin had the reputation of being a hotbed for heroin use and prostitution and served as one of the city’s many punk paradises.

Camera and Beer, Berlin, Germany

I stayed in a hostel by Gorlitzer… read full article

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Vigeland Park Statue

As you will quickly discover with most other areas in Norway, Scandinavia in general has a very friendly acceptance of the gay and lesbian lifestyle. This toleration of the culture is also very evident in Oslo, the country’s capital city… read full article

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    Sunset over Hamburg Harbour

    The Gay and Lesbian culture in Germany is almost legendary and should be discovered first hand in order to gain a true appreciation of its intensity. Thriving gay and lesbian culture can be found in all of Germany’s larger cities with… read full article

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    The modern day culture of Romania is an interesting blend of the age-old conservative rural customs and traditional values injected now with the newer liberal ideas and thinking, inclusive of the ever expanding gay and lesbian population. However, it wasn’t until recently that this was the case. As Romania drew nearer to… read full article

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    1. Madeira Flower Festival and Carnival

    If you’re planning a weekend break in Funchal, Portugal, read this guide to the Flower Festival and Carnival of Madeira, one of the best street parties in Europe including flower displays, carnival parades and samba concerts.

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    Lisbon is the capital city of Portugal and according to the travel experts of the Gay and Lesbian Community, “it’s come a long way, baby.”

    As Europe’s long-time travel destination underdog it has had to reinvent itself from disasters of the past. Whether it is… read full article

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