While traveling around Indonesia, ManAboutWorld Global Correspondent Michael Siebert took this picture of a pemangku priest in Bali.
The splendour of the French Riviera is truly something to behold, especially in summer: verdant hillsides dotted with colorful mansions, shining bays punctuated with super yachts, and sun-dappled beaches lined with lounge-chairs, umbrellas and tanned bodies. Whenever you go, the French Riviera is always worth a visit, with much to see and do, even in the colder months. However, if you are seeking the sun,Continue reading “Photos of the Day: The French Riviera”
Today’s DDTI (*Daily Dose of Travel Inspiration) comes to us from gay-friendly Lisbon via our newest correspondent Little Phil, a prolific Instagrammer who’s traveling around Europe this summer. Need some travel inspiration? Then look no further than Lisbon, Europe’s second-oldest capital. The city of Lisbon benefits from a subtropical climate, which means short winters and long hot summers. If theContinue reading “DDTI*: Gay-Friendly Lisbon via Little Phil”
There’s no time like the present to make those plans for Provincetown. Download our guide to: Find the guesthouse that best suits your budget and tastes; Get your restaurants lined up; Figure out transport (reserve ferry tickets for busy weekends) And note that July 4 is one of the most fun times to go forContinue reading “DDTI*: Time To Start Planning Your Provincetown Summer Visit”
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”
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”
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”
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”
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”
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.