Welcome to Insider Out Travel, a blog about LGBTQ+ travel written by LGBTQ+ tourism professionals. Travel the globe and gain insight into the tourism industry (with a gay twist), brought to you by the International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association.
by Edge Media Network on Tuesday Dec 04, 2018 with comments
A recent visit revealed a robust culinary and craft brewery scene, cultural and historical attractions, and an emerging LGBTQ+ community that's increasingly attracting regional and national attention.
by Barry Hoy on Thursday Nov 29, 2018 with comments
Royal Caribbean International’s Symphony of the Seas is the largest cruise ship in the world. The ship offers an amazing array of activities, shows, restaurants, shops, and bars that will delight guests of all ages.
by Auston Matta on Tuesday Nov 27, 2018 with comments
The colorful city of Nice is a popular destination along the French Riviera and for the third year in a row, hosted the OVNi Festival, which collaborated with international artists to exhibit video-art works in hotels, cultural spaces and other unique venues throughout the city.
Welcome to the IGLTA Business blog. We’ve created this B2B blog to engage with IGLTA members and tourism professionals to share interesting insights, travel news and trends, member features, industry events and information related to the IGLTA and LGBTQ+ tourism community.
by Estrangeira Travel Blog on Wednesday Feb 13, 2019 with comments
Fitur is one of the biggest tourism trade shows in the world and it takes place every year in Madrid. This year was from 25-28 January. And the reason it is so important to us is the FITUR GAY pavilion, in which companies and destinations focused on LGBTQ+ tourism show their services and projects. This was the 9th edition and for the first time there was an area focused lesbians and a program made by and for women.
by John Tanzella on Wednesday Feb 06, 2019 with comments
WorldPride 2019 isn’t until June, but its buzz is already getting loud. The event is headed to New York City this year—and IGLTA will arrive early. In this case, two months early, for our 36th Annual Global Convention, April 24 to 27 at the New York Hilton Midtown.
by John Tanzella on Wednesday Jan 09, 2019 with comments
There are two guaranteed ways to transform people: time and travel. When IGLTA was created back in 1983, the world’s progressive possibilities—especially where LGBTQ+ communities were concerned—seemed limited. Then 36 years passed, and here we are in 2019, enjoying incredible progress, but still battling to overcome obstacles and struggles around the world.