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8 reasons we’re in love with the English county of Norfolk

Who knew you could get the beauty of Holland’s windmills, the aroma of France’s lavender fields and a view of the ocean-version of the prehistoric Stonehenge, just two hours train ride from London?

Sleeping around in London

Coming to the Big Smoke for Gay Pride or for the free museums? Consider our round up of London hotels, from great value to the best city views

The booziest, sweetest bits from Taste of London

From an alcoholic ice tea to a peanut butter and jam dessert, London’s annual food extravaganza left us with a watering mouth and a delicious buzz

7 reasons to ditch the Lycra for a gay Tour de France

As the world focuses on the south of France for the Spandex-filled cycling competition, a local gay guesthouse has some freeing options to stop and smell the vineyards

Aussie top model Daniel Garofali goes bottomless for Sweden’s Dorian magazine

What’s going on in the world of global gay print? From Budgie Smugglers to Bare Necessities, international glossy Dorian serves up some delicious fashion inspiration

Cat cafes are taking over Europe!

Make your way to your nearest feline-dominated eatery and treat yourself to a little Purr Therapy and Cat-puccinos

From Lady Gaga’s lover to a gay Iraqi artist: The best from Holland’s ‘queer’ art show GenderBlender

Man? Woman? Does it matter? Open until 17 August, GenderBlender explores and breaks down traditional gender archetypes

An LA native’s tips to enjoy before and after LA Gay Pride

This weekend, I hope you enjoy my hometown’s impeccable weather, proximity to beaches, killer eateries and one hell of a gay scene

The best of Vienna’s balls include bow ties, tons of cake and marijuana

From balls celebrating the medicinal properties of weed to waltzs followed by ingesting tons of candy, we look at Vienna for some of the year’s most elegant and unique fancy dress events

17 ways to have a perfect gay weekend in Brighton

We promise to not make a weak ‘Brighton up your weekend’ pun. Oops

My Milkshake brings all the boys (and girls) to Amsterdam

Take the ‘Free Love and Tolerance’ policy from two of Amsterdam’s biggest clubs, add a dash of liberalism, then blend with art, culture and creativity. That’s the recipe for Milkshake, Amsterdam’s ultimate dance festival

Eurovision, hot dogs and bike pants: My gay Copenhagen

Gay Star Travel editor Jean Paul Zapata spends 48 hours in Copenhagen getting caught up in the Eurovision excitement

Touch him with this Milan hotel’s gay romance package

The luxurious ‘Milan O Man’ package by the Principe di Savoia hotel includes fizzy on arrival, a masseur and a city guide for gay couples looking for a few unforgettable days in the fashion and design capital of the world

Fly a plus-one to Hawaii, San Francisco or Puerto Vallarta with Alaska Airline’s giveaway

Elevation: Mammoth sponsor Alaska Airlines is offering two round-trip tickets to some of the most popular LGBTI destinations. The 12th annual ski event is currently underway and will feature a performance by gay country singer Steve Grand

Sleeping around in Austria’s coolest hotels

Forest-spas, igloo hotels and hammocks in the bedroom are some of the creative features helping Austria dominate the hospitality industry with these cool accommodations

Underground absinthe bars and street-side mulled wine in Slovenia

A California resident sends Gay Star Travel a postcard from the capital city of Ljubljana where he took a boozy tour with his best friend

Where to find artist David Hockney in 2014

Los Angeles, San Francisco and West Yorkshire are the three cities to visit and enjoy Hockney’s artwork for the last time this year until new exhibits are announced

Out wine lovers stomp grapes and hunt the best vintages on safari

LGBTI wine travel company Out in The Vineyard arranges some of the most fun and unique events for wine aficionados, available year-round from Northern California to Southern Africa

Copenhagen: The only way to do Christmas

The Danish city proves taking Christmas seriously need not be expensive or overbearing

This exclusively gay Mediterranean oasis is your home away from home

The ultimate villa dinner party and a Michelin-star picnic are just a few of the social functions you can design for you and your friends at Cinq & Sept, a sumptuous gay guesthouse in the South of France

Ljubljana: a Mittel-European dream between a Medieval castle and a gay squat

Gay Star Travel visits the Slovenian capital to enjoy its buzzing nightlife and its tasty cakes. This is where all LGBTI people from the country come to have fun

Leeds: From bar crawling to tiger hunting

Britain’s third largest city is home to some of sculptor Henry Moore’s finest work, a thriving gay scene, an historic market and the famed Leeds Tiger

Six things I never knew about Berlin

From discovering a 1970s photo booth to sniffing out the best waffles in town, Gay Star Travel found out some handy insights into this quirky city

Win two nights at a Berlin four-star hotel

Enter now to win a two-night’s stay for two, courtesy of Pink Pillow Berlin collection who vets hotels to ensure courtesy, dignity and respect for all LGBT travellers

Stockholm: The anti-Russia

Gay Star News heads to Stockholm for Pride and wonders how a city so close to St Petersburg could be so different

From men in drag to Elizabeth II, Canada’s Victoria loves its queens

The welcoming capital of British Columbia, Canada, is home to whale watching, buzzing nightclubs, British food and a craft beer-tasting cycling tour

Free gay photo exhibit comes to Central London

43 LGBT photographers will showcase their portraits, landscapes and abstracts at the Gay Photographers Network 4th annual Gayzed exhibition from 15-20 October

Frankfurt: A vibrant gay capital where a grey city used to be

We discover the city of finance and banks has become a city of art galleries, gay clubs, paths along the river and very welcoming locals

Art, tapas, beer, beach and nights out in Barcelona

We check out the Picasso Museum, have cocktails and tapas, visit Barcelonetta Beach and breakfast at La Boqueria market on a short break to Barcelona

From The Shard to Brigade, London’s new quarter

The Shard offers unparalleled views across London. But you don’t have to look far to find excellent food at Brigade and Borough Market, great café culture and plenty of history