Daily Dose: Zermatt & The Swiss Alps

If the recent heat and humidity are giving you the mid-summer blues, allow us to recommend the cooler climate of Zermatt, Switzerland, a charming, scenic, mesmerizing wonderland of storybook views, adorable knock-knack shops, and  perfect summertime temperatures.  It also might mean the sweltering sun has you ready to start planning your winter ski trip. So ifContinue reading “Daily Dose: Zermatt & The Swiss Alps”

#DailyDose: Toronto World Pride

Our Editor-in-Chief Ed Salvato is on the ground in Toronto, celebrating the 28th annual World Pride (and some beautiful Toronto weather!) Toronto is one of our favorite cities (and one we covered in our Sept. 2012 issue) and this week of festivities is a big reason why. For World Pride, more than 34 bars have extended theirContinue reading “#DailyDose: Toronto World Pride”

#DDTI: Plaza Cataluyna, Barcelona

The Plaza Cataluyna is the center of Barcelona, and during circuit, it becomes the meeting place for gays who’ve travelled in from countries all over th world to experience one of the great gay circuit parties of our time. The plaza is surrounded by gorgeous gothic buildings and alleyways to create a charming open spaceContinue reading “#DDTI: Plaza Cataluyna, Barcelona”

#DDTI: Budapest

On the banks of the Danube in Budapest, The Halászbástya, or Fisherman’s Bastion, is a neo-Gothic terrace way up on Castle Hill is a terrace in neo-Gothic.The city is one of Europe’s most romantic, most historic, and perhaps its most underrated city. In our May issue, we hit the ground and uncovered all of Budapest’s secrets: the hidden gems,Continue reading “#DDTI: Budapest”

#DDTI: Edinburgh at night

Edinburgh at night may be one of the world’s most magical places; second only to Edinburgh during the day. Thiscity in Scotland is a treasure – home to Scotch, golf, and boys in kilts – and we’ll be rolling out our insider guide in our next issue. Come August, the international festival, the largest theater festivalContinue reading “#DDTI: Edinburgh at night”

#DDTI: Your Daily Dose Of Travel Inspiration: Chelsea

With NYC Pride just around the corner we couldn’t resist showing this picture of Chelsea looking east from the Hudson River. If you are coming to New York for Gay Pride or any other reason, be sure to download the amazing NYC Travel Guide for FREE this month only. Click here to get started. Photo credit.

DDTI: Plaza Catalunya, Barcelona

Plaza Cataluyna in Barcelona resides in the center of town, and come August 6-17 it will be swarming with tens of thousands of gay boys from all around the world in town for the city’s famous circuit party. We’ll be covering circuit and much more in our upcoming May issue! Click here to subscribe to get allContinue reading “DDTI: Plaza Catalunya, Barcelona”

Daily Dose of Travel Inspiration: Flipping for NYC

We know we’re a tad prejudiced but we love New York. Most of our team was born here and most call the Big Apple  home. Let us share it with you in our soon-to-be-released April issue which is bursting with some of the freshest, most original and insider-y New York City trip-planning information you willContinue reading “Daily Dose of Travel Inspiration: Flipping for NYC”

Daily Dose of Travel Inspiration: Rooms with a Central Park View

The ManAboutWorld team has been very busy this month working on our (almost) “all New  York City” issue, a deep dive into the best of the Big Apple. We discovered some fabulous and surprising venues, including drop-dead views from the new Courtyard Marriott/Residence Inn located between Central Park and Hell’s Kitchen, pictured above. Almost all units have someContinue reading “Daily Dose of Travel Inspiration: Rooms with a Central Park View”

Daily Dose of Travel Inspiration: Spring Has Arrived

Finally, spring has arrived in New York City after a bitch of a winter. Here’s a photo of the High Line elevated park in Chelsea from our last Big Apple-themed issue (summer 2012). Very soon we will release our updated all-NYC issue. Till then, enjoy this daily dose of travel inspiration. Photo credit