The European country of Monaco has announced its membership with the International Lesbian and Gay Travel Assn. (ILGTA).
The city-state – known for being a playground for the rich and the famous – confirmed the news on the New York-Monaco Government Tourist Office Twitter page.
A representative for the destination added in a statement: ‘Now more than ever, the Principality is a fitting backdrop for couples’ celebrations such as honeymoons, anniversaries and proposals to that special someone.’
‘We are proud to have Monaco as a new IGLTA member and appreciate the tourist office’s enthusiasm for starting LGBT outreach,’ commented IGLTA President and CEO John Tanzella.
He added: ‘The destination offers a luxurious mix of culture, gastronomy and sightseeing that we are confident LGBT travelers will find appealing.’