Paris up-close and personal in ManAboutWorld’s latest issue.
July 14 is Bastille Day 2015, a time of parades and parties in Gay Paris and elsewhere in France in many Francophone countries. This tricolor contrail represents the national colors of France and comes courtesy of ManAboutWorld correspondent Sebastian White. Download ManAboutWorld for the iPad or Android tablet and receive our free Greek Travel Guide. The iPhone andContinue reading “Happy Bastille Day 2015! Travel to Gay Paris”
This article samples one originally published in Iberia Airline’s blog Love2Fly. To read the rest of this article, click here or the link below. When it comes to LGBT travel, few experiences are as rewarding as travel to Europe. There’s such an amazing variety of cultures, environments, climates, and experiences – all on the most liberal continent on the planet,Continue reading “Europe’s Top Gay Travel Destinations”
Paris is in the house! Our April issue is ready to be downloaded. Here’s a screenshot of the cover but you have to see the animated version in the magazine. If you already subscribe, just download it from within the magazine app. If you don’t subscribe (est-ce possible?!), click here to get a complimentary 3-monthContinue reading “Paris Is In The House”
I recently spoke about Pairs on Proud FM radio . Here’s my report. Ed Salvato – Paris
Visiting Paris in July or August is a love-it or hate-it experience. Either you completely dig the fact that most Parisians have “foutu le camp,” or you prefer to wait till September for “la grande rentrée” when the weather is still fine but school’s started up again and la belle France is back at work. Some ofContinue reading “PARIS NIGHTLIFE GETS A LITTLE SPYCE”
Paris gets its first big (official) circuit party week. From June 21 to 26, the first festival of French gay culture with the support of the mayor’s office. Get ready for cultural exhibitions, political debates, performances and cinema through gay-themed movies at The New Latina, located in the Marais, the Parisian gayborhood. Of course there’sContinue reading “Paris’s First (Official) Circuit Party”
The producers of the world’s most watched LGBT travel series unveils a nifty new series of apps for iPhone and Android-powered smartphones. They currently cover 13 gay-friendly cities: Amsterdam, Antwerp, Barcelona, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Miami, Montreal, Mykonos, Paris, Puerto Vallarta, Rio de Janeiro, Sydney, and Tel Aviv. I got to try Antwerp, pictured at left.Continue reading “Bump! Gay TV Travel Series Announces Smartphone Apps”