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SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA The City by the Bay has long been a mecca for gay travelers, and it continues to be an important global destination for LGBTQ tourists. From the nightlife in the Castro to the views around every corner to a thousand magical spots to discover, like the Palace of Fine Arts (pictured), there’s something for everyone in your gay gaggle.

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO Queer equality has been a reality in much of Mexico for years, and gay travelers will find a vibrant, active community in the country’s capital city. The bar scene here is fantastic, and the enormous metro area offers something for everyone, with world-class museums, great food and plenty of outside options, too.

LONDON, ENGLAND London is a natural magnet for queer citizens in the United Kingdom and across Europe. It offers a fantastic array of attractions, along with plenty of history, an art and theater scene beyond compare, and plenty of architectural eye candy, both old and new.

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK This accepting city will be hosting World Pride and the EuroGames in 2021, so get a head start on your friends by checking out the Danish capital in 2019.Denmark was the world’s first country to recognize same-sex partnerships, in 1989, and the nation remains one of the most queer-friendly places you’ll find today.

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