Looking for fun, fabulous times once the temperature cools off? Check out our series on hot destinations for Winter travel!
Few cities can boast the refreshing comfort of sunny California like Palm Springs. With built-in romance thanks to its swaying palm trees, blue skies and warm breezes, the appeal becomes only more enticing knowing that the city is LGBT-friendly.
Wedding bells are ringing and you’re headed to Vancouver, which has enjoyed legal same-sex marriage since 2003. It’s among Canada’s most gay-proud cities, with an annual midsummer Pride festival drawing as many attendees as the entire citywide population.
Home to an astounding population of nearly 20 million people in its greater metropolitan area, Mexico City is something to see. The capital city has a notably large LGBT community, and hosts the country’s biggest Pride parade every June.
Between its legacies of barbeque and rock ’n’ roll, one could argue that Memphis is a great city for engaging all the senses. But it’s the olfactory appeal of Blues City that inspires newlyweds to breathe in a unique destination -- wedding or honeymoon.
It’s a city famous for sports, education, history (including a storied LGBT past) and tea -- but restaurants? Boston has proven in recent years that its gastronomic delights can heartily compete with fellow fine-dining capitals from around the world.
Efforts to turn the seaside village of Loreto into a major destination have been going on for years. So far, though, the results have been limited, and that in itself makes it worth visiting.
Break out your heels - Düsseldorf is getting ready to host its annual Carnival weekend, featuring its infamous drag race on the streets of this German town that rings in the revelry with a weekend packed with gay adventures.
The final installment in our four-part series, EDGE’s travel editor Matthew Wexler scopes out 12 months of adventure, relaxation and surprises for the LGBT jet setter, including Fort Lauderdale, Chicago and Johannesburg.
Las Vegas offers world-class entertainment, incomparable nightlife and luxury hotels all in one exciting place. It’s impossible to have a bad time, except for the potential cost. EDGE offers five simple tips to keep your vacation budget on track.
Get ready for bacon like you’ve never eaten, drunk or worn it before. Tropicana’s "Bacon Week" in Atlantic City gives new meaning to the term "pigging out."
Throughout the Big Apple, hotels are welcoming with open arms gay couples anxious to enter into wedded bliss. Here are EDGE’s picks for the best romantic spots for nuptials, a reception or honeymoon getaway.
A couple of eye-popping new ships, the ever-growing popularity of river cruising, and efforts to restore consumer confidence are among the headlines in cruise news as 2014 unfolds.
Part two in a four-part series, EDGE’s travel editor Matthew Wexler scopes out 12 months of adventure, relaxation and surprises for the LGBT jet setter. This installment explores Mexico, England and the home of World Pride 2014 - Toronto, Canada.
In the melting pot of L.A., ethnic restaurants thrive, presenting traditional favorites or blending cultural influences to create innovative fusion cuisine. dineLA’s Restaurant Week offers the chance to taste them all without breaking the bank.
From flannel-fabulous Halifax to an epic 21-day adventure throughout New Zealand and Austrialia, EDGE gives a shout out to the ultimate lesbian travel experiences for 2014.
Part one in a four-part series, EDGE’s travel editor Matthew Wexler scopes out 12 months of adventure, relaxation and surprises for the LGBT jet setter.
The Los Angeles dining scene has evolved quite a bit since the city’s official founding in 1781. Although you’re sure to find some retro meals among LA’s 8,400-plus restaurants, you’ll also discover contemporary cuisine and global influences.
Life, they say, is a bitch, but if you are heading to Miami for the Winter Party, it’s a beach -- a giant oceanfront dance floor in ultra-glamorous South Beach.