Visiting a country in Europe? You can't go wrong in using ILGA Europe's study Rainbow Europe to gauge how LGBTQ-friendly they are.
Canada, with Portugal and Sweden, have been voted as most LGBTQ-friendly countries for travel, according to the gay-oriented Spartacus Travel Guide.
As New York City hosts WorldPride in 2019 to mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, Virgin Atlantic is set to stage the first Pride Flight.
Lesbian couples (and singles) can take a break from world by going on the road on the 21st Women on a Roll trip to Provincetown this October 8-14!
New research from Virgin Holidays has revealed that LGBT+ couples felt uncomfortable engaging in gay PDA with their partners while on holiday. Here's why.
Here are seven LGBT museums you can check out if you're in the same country. And if you live in the area but haven't visited these museums, why haven't you?
Vacation time is almost here you're worried about funds? Worry not as Lesbian News has some ideas on the best LGBT budget destinations for this summer.
Looking for someplace to go this year? Why not check out GayTravel.com's list of winners of the first Gay Travel Awards for picks and recommendations?
In the face of discrimination while traveling, LGBT travel groups want to create wider inclusiveness around the world by traveling more rather than less.
An HRC report noted that 60 LGBT-friendly cities got perfect scores in pushing inclusive policies and practices despite increasing anti-LGBT state measures.