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And it seems particularly relevant to post these top gay-friendly travel destinations, starting with these top Rainbow flags adorn apartment windows and bar entrances in many San Francisco neighbourhoods, with nearly every bar and business in the Castro catering to gays and lesbians. Also in June is the long-running queer film festival. Hey, in Sydney gay is the new straight. The joy-filled hedonism-meets-political-protest parade is attended by more than half a million people.
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Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender LGBT travelers will have an extra special reason to pack their bags for Copenhagen in , as the Danish capital tops Lonely Planet's list of the world's most gay-friendly destinations. The gay-friendly list, like the rest of the series, was compiled "based on topicality, unique experiences and that 'wow' factor," according to Lonely Planet's Chris Zeiher , who created it. The list, he added, is both "consciously diverse and, in some cases, a little unexpected," with less obvious destinations like Reykjavik, Iceland and Skiathos, Greece included. Take a look at Lonely Planet's list of the 10 most gay-friendly places on the planet.
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Facebook Twitter Email. CNN — With its modern design, 15 Michelin-starred restaurants and extremely bike-friendly culture, it's no surprise that Denmark's capital has topped Lonely Planet's top 10 cities to visit in list. Tivoli Gardens theme park one of the world's oldest is offering a February winter season, says Tom Hall, Lonely Planet's editorial director. There's a new artificial ski slope and hiking area on top of a waste management center, and the Danish Architectural Centre has moved into BLOX, Rem Koolhaas' cultural center. Noma , the restaurant that officially put New Nordic cuisine on the worldwide stage, triumphantly returned home to Copenhagen in
Gay-friendly Destinations. The year should become a very challenging year for all of us, particularly for those working in the travel industry. Changes in the way we will travel became inevitable and with these changes, the adjustment of the awards, too. Global challenges such as the integration of local communities, the fight for diversity and equality, and the overall important topic of sustainability move into the focus, especially when it comes to travel. For the past 10 years, Lonely Planet has held its Best in Travel awards every Autumn listing the countries, regions, and cities that are recommended as travel destinations for the following year.