While many Pride celebrations around the world have been postponed or are being held virtually this year, we can still celebrate and look forward to planning future travel. Below we have rounded up just a few destinations noted as top LGBT travel spots for 2020 and beyond.
When you’re ready to travel again, we will look forward to welcoming you.
Atlanta is home to a diverse population and a thriving arts, music, and dining scene. Known for being the National Headquarters of the LGBT South, Atlanta will be host to the IGLTA Convention in 2021. Annually, events such as the Pride festival and Pride run (virtual in 2020), in addition to inclusive establishments and events year-round make it a hot spot for LGBT
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If you’re looking for history, culture, and a place that embraces diversity, Bogotá is a perfect option. Annual events include Bogotá Pride, Equality Week, Gay International Festival, and LGBT Trade. Bogotá is also home to Theatron, the largest gay-themed bar and nightclub in Latin America.
Fort Lauderdale is one of Florida’s most LGBT-friendly cities. Home to gorgeous beaches, endless sunshine, and great dining, it’s the perfect place for a relaxing getaway. A number of gay nightclubs also make it a destination for music and dancing.
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While the 2020 Houston Pride celebration has been moved to the fall, there is still plenty to see and do in Houston this summer, especially when it comes to nightlife and fashion. From favorite gay nightclubs to karaoke spots to country line dancing, there’s something for every traveler to enjoy. If you love to make shopping part of your travels, the Houston Galleria is a must-visit for its collection of high-end shops and dining.