Among the changes is the way that Buenos Aires, and Argentina as a whole, has become a much more progressive place for gay men and women. There was always a large gay infrastructure — bars, clubs and restaurants — but watching the legal changes has been especially interesting.
Gay Tourism Argentina
Tango Queer and other popular gatherings in Buenos Aires cater to gay and lesbian tango enthusiasts, as well as straights who want to test the dance’s traditionally heterosexual gender roles. Daniel Frago sat with a cup of coffee at a small table on the edge of the dance floor, explaining the art of the tango. […]
We asked travel experts to weigh in on what they think will be the hottest honeymoon destinations for newly married gay couples. And while honeymooners may want to avoid places like Russia, which passed severe anti-gay laws that will even impact gay foreign tourists, there are plenty of awesome destinations that are just waiting to […]
This morning after 10 hours flight, I landed in Buenos Aires. Photo above is of the sun coming out over Buenos Aires, while landing at EZEIZA International Airport. The silhouette of the city with the Rio de la Plata behind shinning silver as the sun came out. Buenos Aires the “Silver City”. Argentina = Argentum […]
Imagine celebrating in a place where the lights are brighter, the music louder and the passion beaming from the people is so palpable that you think you may be in a dream…you’re not! That’s the rhythm of Buenos Aires and there is no place better to be than in the heart of the city this […]
The steadily increasing stream of states and countries legalizing gay marriage has dramatically changed the lives of LGBT people and their loved ones in recent years. In honour of the growing number of places to celebrate lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender nuptials, online travel adviser Cheapflights has come up with its top 10 list of […]
Buenos Aires became the 1st city in Latin America In 2004 to legitimize civil unions, and same sex marriages in 2010. A steady sexual relaxation has granted not only local people but also gay visitants to enjoy whole the city has to provide without worrying. Buenoss Aires is separated into forty-eight barrios (neighborhoods), several which […]