An expedition to gay and lesbian Vietnam

Vietnam is smaller than Germany but looks huge. No wonder as it stretches like a narrow strip  and across several climate zones at a length of around 1,650 kilometres. It is time for an expedition to a country in whose history homosexuality was never banned.



Times are changing in Myanmar

Myanmar opens up to the world. In the land of a thousand pagodas, which has retained its original character through the years of isolation, there is a feeling of optimism. Even the small gay scene profits from that.


Thailand | Bangkok

Insider: Robby shows his gay Bangkok

Robby guides us around gay Bangkok today. The 29-year-old works as a personal trainer, is from the Thai capital and shows us his favorite places.


Taiwan | Taipei

The other China

Taiwan from the centre to climax. A fairytale of chickens, deer and bears.


China | Hongkong

Est & west

What a change: a small, dreamy port on the South China Sea has turned into one of the metropolises of the 21st century. That comprises gay life, naturally.


Israel | Jaffa

Following in Sinbad’s steps

Jaffa’s historical old town lies in the shadows of party metropolis Tel Aviv. It just waits to be ‘conquered’. It is used to it after all.


Thailand | Ko Samui

Beneath palm trees

Once a backpackers’ paradise now a trendy destination in the Gulf of Thailand – Koh Samui offers everything you expect from a tropical island. White beaches, a lot of palm trees and a buzzing touristy centre whose main attraction are the tranny shows at Christie’s Cabaret.


Thailand | Bangkok

5 for Bangkok

Thailand’s capital is always a safe bet for stop-over. These are the things not to be missed in Bangkok:



Stockholm Pride 3 (c) Stockholm Pride

SPARTACUS Gay Travel Index 2019

Portugal, Sweden, and Canada are the most LGBT-friendly travel countries – Germany is slipping.


USA | Tampa | 01.08.2018

New Gay Guide for Tampa

A new brochure “Visit Tampa Gay” informs about the different neighbourhoods and attractions and gives insider tips from prominent members of the local LGBTIQ* community.


USA | San Francisco | 08.04.2018

San Francisco: Airport honours Harvey Milk

Terminal 1 at San Francisco Airport will in future be named after the gay politician Harvey Milk, who was murdered in 1978.


Germany | Berlin | 14.03.2018

These are the winners of the first SPARTACUS Travel Awards

For the first time in its nearly 50-year history, SPARTACUS, one of the best-known brands for the international LGBT travel community, has awarded the SPARTACUS Travel Award.



1st place for Canada and Sweden

The new SPARTACUS Gay Travel Index names the LGBT Friendliest Travel Destinations. Canada and Sweden share the first place – Germany is catching up.


Berlin | 28.02.2018

ITB Berlin: So many offers for gays and lesbians as never before

Even bigger and even more diverse: from 7 to 11 March 2018, ITB Berlin will be presenting the world’s most extensive range of holiday offers as well as the latest travel trends and offers for gays and lesbians at a travel fair.