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    Dynamic Barcelona lures lesbian and gay travelers with its spicy Spanish treasures. Gawk at Gaudi's bizarrely beautiful buildings or spend the day at the beach—either way know that nighttime brings an embarrassment of riches.

    Where to Stay

    The rainbow flags and open attitudes proclaim bustling L'Eixample as THE place to find gay hotels and gay clubs.

    Travel 30 minutes to Sitges to find gay beaches!

    Map of Barcelona

    Things to Do

    • Go Gaudi: Tour his unfinished masterpiece, Sagrada Familia. Picnics are popular in the Gaudi-designed Parc Guell.
    • Wander down Barcelona's main drag: La Rambla. This tree-lined boulevard boasts street vendors, shops, and people watching!
    • Explore the medieval Gothic Quarter, including a tour of the peerless Santa Maria del Mar church.
    • Young fashion designers and clever home furnishings make Barcelona a shopper's dream. Expect excellent quality and selection—bargains are rare though.


    Late night dinners, lingering over rich Spanish reds, promote in-depth conversation—and passion.


    Seek out the clubs in the largely gay Reguliersdwarsstraat near the Rembrandtplein or (for wilder fare) in the Warmeosstraat near the Red Light District. Check local listings, though, since some of the more popular gay clubs only happen once a month—or even more erratically.

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