The Advocate is the go-to source for all news related to LGBT travel. Discover the hottest destinations, parties, events, clubs, and hotels around the world that welcome gay tourists and make for great gay travel experiences. Read news from The Advocate's sister outlet, Out Traveler, which sends reporters to national and international locales in order to find the best places to relax, unwind, and explore. Be it museums, safaris, scuba diving, hiking, partying, or sightseeing, The Advocate Travel will guide LGBT readers to their next adventure.
Oasis in the Desert
December 09 2008 1:00 AM ET

Oasis in the Desert

Corey Scholibo

The economy may be going sour, but you can still vacation. The Hope Springs motel is a hidden gem in Desert Hot Springs offering mid-century modern at mid-century prices.

December and January Events
November 21 2008 1:00 AM ET

December and January Events Editors

Hot gay events from around the world to spice up your calendar.

Top 5 Cities for Gay Nightlife
November 17 2008 1:00 AM ET

Top 5 Cities for Gay Nightlife Editors

The beat goes on…and on…and on in these sizzling-hot nightlife cities!

London, 007 Style
November 13 2008 1:00 AM ET

London, 007 Style 

Matthew Link

Bond has firmly swashbuckled into the 21st century in the form of hunky Daniel Craig, who is bursting onto screens in the brand-new Quantum of Solace. Although he's better known as a global jet-setter, James’s hometown of London holds many of the keys to his persona -- it's where he dressed, ate, slept, and had his hair done. Here’s your chance to swagger in his footsteps and imagine your travels are on Her Majesty’s Secret Service expense account.

Milking the Castro's Queer History
November 12 2008 1:00 AM ET

Milking the Castro's Queer History Editors

San Francisco’s Castro district is bracing for a flood of tourists after its star turn in Gus Van Sant’s biopic Milk. Shot on location, the movie stars Sean Penn as Harvey Milk, one of the first openly gay men elected to public office.

Small is beautiful: Top 5 Surprisingly Gay Small Towns
October 24 2008 12:00 AM ET

Small is beautiful: Top 5 Surprisingly Gay Small Towns

Aefa Mulholland

If you're up for downsizing when it comes to planning your next vacation destination, consider these diminutive gems.

Global Gayborhoods: Budapest
September 26 2008 12:00 AM ET

Global Gayborhoods: Budapest Editors

A leader in Central and Eastern Europeans' violently controversial charge for LGBT rights, Budapest's unique cosmopolitanism is none-the-less undergoing a lively revival.

After I Do: Top 5 Honeymoon Destinations
September 18 2008 12:00 AM ET

After I Do: Top 5 Honeymoon Destinations Editors

It’s time to start planning what to do once the I Do's are done. Read on for the top homo honeymoon hotspots in North America.

Inn Your Dreams
September 11 2008 12:00 AM ET

Inn Your Dreams

Charles Runnette

Credit the cubicle with inspiring throngs of gay people to dream of opening a bed-and-breakfast. But for those who actually ditch their 9-to-5 jobs for wake-up calls, the innkeeper life has its share of nightmares. Meet four gay couples from Connecticut to California who are living the dream.

Where the Adults Are
September 04 2008 12:00 AM ET

Where the Adults Are

Neal Broverman

A honeymoon should be about romance, good food, and relaxation -- for couples getting hitched in California, nearby Santa Fe, N.M., fits the bill.

The Honeymoon Phase
August 27 2008 12:00 AM ET

The Honeymoon Phase

Adam Graham

Marriage is more than a lifetime commitment -- it's the perfect excuse to take a romantic getaway. Whether you and your betrothed are looking for the hustle of city streets or the privacy of an island cabana, one of these holidays will suit your persuasion.

Saving Places: Top 5 Value Destinations
August 20 2008 12:00 AM ET

Saving Places: Top 5 Value Destinations

Aefa Mulholland

The dipping dollar is no reason to abstain from a fabulous vacation. You may even discover a great new destination full of bang for your buck!

Global Gayborhoods: Istanbul
August 12 2008 12:00 AM ET

Global Gayborhoods: Istanbul

Exotic and familiar to Westerners, Turkey's cultural epicenter contrasts its historically cosmopolitan character with growing Islamic conservatism. Gay life abounds, but is it going underground?