Our preview of sizzling LGBT destinations.
Miami. City of natural beauty, man-made splendor and a melting pot of humanity. Welcome to what may be the next burgeoning food capital in America.
EDGE Travel Editor Matthew Wexler disembarks the Queen Mary 2 and arrives in London for a whirlwind tour of the city’s best shopping before hopping on Eurostar en route to Paris
EDGE’s National Travel Editor, Matthew Wexler crosses the ocean blue aboard the Queen Mary 2 - a transatlantic journey proving that some sequels are superior.
Diamond Resorts International, a world-renowned hospitality and vacation-ownership company, offers stellar properties and breathtaking views at some of the world’s most coveted destinations.
Beer-lovers are finding a new way to explore the burgeoning craft-brewing world: on bicycles.
Miami is for lovers! Whether you are rekindling the flame or tying the knot, from sun-filled days to non-stop parties to romantic sunsets, the Sunshine State delivers on all your vacation dreams.
Looking for high adventure and dramatic views? Richard Frisbie traveled to three continents to find enough death-defying stunts to satisfy the most jaded thrill-seekers.
Miami’s latest makeover reveals the city as even more sexy, lush and bursting with activities than ever before. Whether you hit the beach or revel in the exploding art scene, you’ll be sure to discover something new in one of our most enticing gay cities.
(Gay) wedding bells are ringing in Seattle, as Washington State joined the ranks of legalized gay marriage in the U.S. this fall. A visit to this coastal city reveals why it’s such a charmer for visitors and locals alike.
Just because June is past doesn’t mean that Pride season has come to an end. Dallas, Atlanta and Palm Springs each have their own celebrations planned for summer and fall - so break out your rainbow flag and start marching.
This year’s Manchester Pride will be particularly celebratory, as the festivities - more than two decades strong - celebrate the passage of the England and Wales Marriage Bill. But there’s more to Manchester than just Pride...
Fort Lauderdale was a spring break paradise for decades. By the 1980s, the spring breakers got too rowdy. The city chose to invest in the fine arts, high-end shopping, and luxurious lodging and entertainment in order to attract another kind of tourist.
The cool, clean city of Toronto offers more than streets so clean you can eat off them. Head north for the fashion-forward trends, galleries, museums, top-notch dining and a host of other forms of creative expression.
Australia’s LGBT community is thriving, and its major cities are so distinct and unique from one to the next, it’s hard too just visit one of them.
Italy may have a boot, but New York State has the Finger Lakes. The winemaking region has more than 100 wineries and a lot to offer those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Summer getaways don’t have to be a huge hassle! Whether you have the money to trek to Barcelona for the Girlie Circuit Festival, or only enough ducets for a bus ticket to Virginia for the Twin Oaks Women’s Gathering, fun in the sun is guaranteed.
Dallas/Fort Worth tips its hat toward an ever-growing LGBT market that includes long timers as well as an influx of young professionals and tourists capitalizing on one of the most flourishing economies in the country.
Here are 10 ways to get a great look at the Statue of Liberty, starting with the cruises that resume service to Liberty Island on July Fourth.
A big trip doesn’t have to mean big bucks. Staying in a hostel can be a great way to meet fellow travelers and also keep your travel budget in check. Hardie Karges has traveled to more than 146 countries in search of the best hostels in the world.
From pool parties and outdoor concerts to an 80,000-square-foot gay mecca known as Krave Massive, Las Vegas has outdone itself yet again with a summer line-up of entertainment, parties and music that beckons the ultimate gay vacation.
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