By the end, you should have a good knowledge of what Barcelona has to offer the gay travel tourist. Just a quick look at these gay visitors to Barcelona reveals listings for hundreds of day and night spots for the gay and gay-friendly community in both cities. Madrid's famous gay district Chueca is worth the trip.
Recommended Hotels. Also, if it's the arts that you like then why not plan your trip around the annual Gay and Lesbian film festival that gay visitors to Barcelona held every October. The Spanish tend to stay out pretty late!
The city has this perfect combination of a warm Mediterranean climate, beaches within and close to the city, mountains in the hinterland and the culture, nightlife, sights and infrastructure of an European gay visitors to Barcelona. We chime in with a few handy recommendations.
Platja de Sant Sebastia is a popular beach with great restaurants gay visitors to Barcelona. And although the gay scene is more geared towards the boys, there are plenty of lesbian bars and clubs, not to mention hot homosexual girls, for everyone gay visitors to Barcelona have themselves a sizzling summer holiday.
Stay in the gay district of Eixample and save with our booking partner! Gay-Friendly Dining Spanish and Catalan cultures collide and has wondrous results, especially with the cuisine.
The Mediterranean climate is difficult to pass up and the proximity to beaches and mountains make it a visual masterpiece. At the end of the tour, we had time to wander inside, which allowed us to fantasise about renewing our vows under the stunning rainforest-like interior rooftop.
Meanwhile, the gay population has risen enormously, because lots of members of the LGBT collective have settled in this area of the Catalan capital. I'm seriously considering traveling by myself to Barcelona this summer, most likely in July.