Our preview of sizzling LGBT destinations.
Group tours sound easy: Choose a destination and the tour company plans your trip, delivering you to hotels, restaurants and attractions. You don't have to Google or organize a thing.
Heading to Cleveland for Gay Games 9? We hope you arrive with an appetite. EDGE's local correspondent offers insider tips on the city's best bites.
With an LGBT population of 50,000, Frankfurt offers gay travelers much to love, including a notoriously lively, liberal outlook. Discover shopping, gay nightlife and culture, along with a moving tribute to the gay community during World War II.
Whether you're looking for sexy beaches, posh accommodations or historical tours, Tel Aviv has established itself as one of the hottest LGBT destinations in the world.
International travel can expand your family's world view and create timeless memories, but acceptance of LGBT individuals and their families vary from state to state and country to country.
Looking for an extreme vacation? We've picked four "glamping" getaways that can take you as far away as India or Africa while still traveling in style.
Most tourists making a summer trip to Alaska will pass through Anchorage on their way to cruises, Denali National Park and other scenic adventures. While in Alaska's biggest city, there are plenty of free things to do.
The international LGBT community will once again be flocking to Austria's gorgeous Lake Woerthersee August 28-31 for Pink Lake, a frolicking weekend of parties, hot guys and gals, drag queens and outdoor adventures.
Vermont's Frog Meadow is billed as "A country bed & breakfast and massage oasis for men." Having been there myself, this EDGE correspondent can say that it's all that, and more.
Looking for a budget-minded beach bumming location? Several serene towns along the Atlantic offer it all, with a dash of the rainbow flag thrown in for color.
We cracked the whip and sent a writer to check out Amsterdam’s leather scene. This is what we discovered...
Are you looking for an immersive gay travel experience beyond rainbow flags and Pride parades? Oscar Wilde Tours launches the ultimate gay-centric getaway to Dublin, London and Paris.
What happens when EDGE sends a millennial to Florida’s epicenter for clothing-optional beach frolicking? Read to find out.
Beach season extends beyond the summer as Tamarindo, Costa Rica hosts Gay Surf Week November 8-15, 2014.
GayFamilyTrips.com is tapping into the growing market of LGBT family-friendly travel. The new site brings together travel information, advice and ideas for gay families written by gay family travelers themselves.
From mariachi bands, margaritas and mahi mahi, Mexico’s Pacific Coast boasts an array of visual and culinary feasts.
Headliners Mary Lambert and Alex Newell may be chewing up the Pride stage, but Boston has proven in recent years that its gastronomic delights and city highlights can heartily compete with Pride-centric cities around the globe.
Three days. How much could you take on of one of the South’s most delectable cities? EDGE has mapped out 72 hours worth of eating. We’d say pace yourself, but there will be no time for that.
Switzlerland’s long tradition of LGBT heritage comes to the forefront at Zurich’s annual Pride celebration.
EDGE contributor Kelsy Chauvin goes on an epic adventure to India and discovers one of the most exciting journeys of a lifetime.
It is a foregone conclusion that Hawaii has a headlock on weddings and honeymoons. The beaches are perfect. The water is perfect. The weather is perfect. Even when it rains, it is perfect. And Honolulu? Well... that’s beyond perfection.