LGBT+ PLACES TO VISIT IN 2021 and HISTORIC LGBTQ MONUMENTS AROUND THE WORLD
Calling LGBT Explorers – 2021 is here so let’s travel and see the world and discover new places or take a gaycation!
This beautiful Dutch-influenced island is part of the ABCs (Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao) located off the northern coast of Venezuela and is the namesake of the popular blue liqueur. Bonus: it’s off the main hurricane tracks! In recent years, the island has been promoting itself as the most LGBTQ-friendly island in the Caribbean.
This European jewel is incredibly gay friendly and boasts about its amazing architecture, history galore. Nights here come alive and offer plenty of options, including dance clubs, gay saunas and more.
Visit this Manitoba city for its impressive Canadian Museum for Human Rights! An architecturally stunning building that is the first museum that is solely dedicated to the evolution, celebration and future of human rights. Winnipeg is a true four-season city, with a multitude of attractions, restaurants and entertainment for all.
Pride is the largest and most famous celebration of diversity and human rights. And in Denmark 2021 Copenhagen is the host of WorldPride and to what has been said will be the biggest and most ambitious LGBTQIA+ event ever hosted in Denmark.
The Legacy Walks
Those who don’t live in Chicago or know or are aware of the fact that the Legacy Walk in Illinois is the world’s only outdoor LGBTG history museum. Once you’ve reached North Halsted Street at West Cornelia Avenue, a rainbow pylon welcomes you to the landmark gay village. The Walk consists of 38 bronze memorials, each of which commemorating the life and achievements of notable LGBTQ individuals, such as Leonard Bernstein, Walt Whitman, Cole Porter, Reinaldo Arenas, just to mention a few. Since the launch of the Legacy Project in October 2012, the Walk has been visited by 1.5 million people annually. In 2019, the Legacy Walk was declared a historic landmark.
Gay and Lesbian Halocaust Memorible
We think you should go to Sydney and take a walk around Darlinghurst, the city’s gaybourhood. This place should definitely be the next place to visit. Next to the Sydney Jewish Museum with a park which hosts a memorial commemorating the lives of thousands of gay people killed in the Holocaust.
To finish our best place to visit for a gaycation in 2021 here is a list according to GayTravel.com (in 2019) the top gay-friendly destinations in the world are:
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
New York City, USA
Tel Aviv, Israel
San Francisco, USA