Misterb&b, a short-term rental marketplace offering safe home rentals for gay travelers, recently ranked the most in-demand, LGBTQ+-friendly destinations for the upcoming holiday season.
Florida and California proved popular, with Miami taking the top spot, followed by Palm Springs and Fort Lauderdale.
The full list of top 10 holiday destinations for LGBTQ+ travel is below.
- Wilton Manors (Miami), Florida
- Palm Springs, California
- Fort Lauderdale, Florida
- Cathedral City, California
- Miami Beach, Florida
- Provincetown (Cape Cod), Massachusetts
- Wailuku (Maui), Hawai’i
- Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
- Limehouse (London), United Kingdom
- Nashville, Tennessee
Misterb&b also ranked the hottest travel destinations overall for LGBTQ+ travelers in 2018 and Paris reigned supreme. The City of Lights is followed by Barcelona, New York City, Amsterdam and London.
Rankings were determined by a variety of factors, including a destination’s LGBTQ+ friendliness, legalization of gay marriage and countrywide hate-crime protection laws.
Incheon Airport, the largest airport in South Korea, opened in 2001, serving as a hub for Asiana Airlines, Air Seoul, Air Incheon and more. As the primary airport for Seoul Capital Area, it works hard to keep its spot as the main hub in the region. Going beyond aesthetic value, Incheon Airport is revolutionizing airports, challenging boundaries and pushing technological limits.
Are you looking for a truly unique travel experience and considering a new vehicle? The Volvo Overseas Delivery Program is the perfect solution to create your own refined adventure of a lifetime. You can custom order your new Volvo, tailored to fit your needs and desires. They will fly you to Sweden to pick up your Volvo so you can drive and explore Scandinavia and Europe on your terms for up to two weeks.
Canadian airline WestJet will now offer free COVID-19 travel insurance on eligible bookings to Mexico, the Caribbean and European destinations, including the United Kingdom, made on or after Sept. 18.
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