Browsing tag:


EuropeLGBT Travel

Top 5 Food Experiences in Emilia-Romagna

Emilia-Romagna Delicious Emilia-Romagna is a region north of Florence and south of Milan and stretching along the Adriatic Sea from just south of Venice down to San Marino — an independent microstate completely surrounded by Italy. During Roman times, the main road — the Via Emilia — ran through Parma, Modena, and Bologna, all the way to Rimini. Parma and Bologna are but two cities in the region who've ...
LGBT Travel

Los Angeles, ManAboutWorld Style

A well-traveled friend of mine once remarked, “Truly great cities don’t have to constantly tell you how great they are.” That observation comes to mind when I think about Los Angeles, the city I’ve called home for the last 29 years. L.A. is fine if you show up thinking we’re all about shallowness and smog and silicone because then we get to blow you away with our ever-evolving array of sights, smells, ...
CaribbeanLGBT Travel

Jet Ski Adventure Bermuda Style

Ed Salvato, Man About World Magazine | January 20, 2016 My partner and I spent a week this summer in Bermuda. Our gift to ourselves and our bonding experience was a two-and-a-half-hour adventure: a tour cruising among 10 of Bermuda’s islands on jet skis. That’s the butch-looking bad boy pictured below.  The Just Add Water brochure features calm, smiling tourists — men, women and older kids — ...
FeaturedHotels & LodgingLGBT TravelUS & Canada

Miami’s Newest Hotels: Beds on Fire

Miami is in the midst of another hotel boom. From the beach to downtown, and even in some of the newly popular neighborhoods, the city is full of exciting new lodging options. Here’s a rundown of recently-opened and soon-to-open hotels, because Miami loves a fresh new face. The Redbury South Beach: Music video director-turned-hotel-curator Matthew Rolston opened the first Redbury in Hollywood, and now ...
City Seen: ManAboutWorld’s Favorite Six Discoveries This Month
LGBT Travel

City Seen: ManAboutWorld’s Favorite Six Discoveries This Month

ManAboutWorld gay travel magazine scours the world to bring our readers travel inspiration (where to go) and trip-planning information (how to go) in 10 must-read issues per month. In our City Seen section we highlight six new or newly improved options in the world's most gay-popular metropolises. This month, discover a brand new gay hotel in Barcelona, a virgin, er, Virgin  Hotel in Chicago and four more ...
CuisineLGBT Travel

11 Tasty Reasons to Visit Gourmet Gettysburg

If someone suggests a visit to Gettysburg and you imagine soldiers charging across the fields of southern Pennsylvania, your mind is downloading only part of the picture. Yes, a tour of the sites of the Civil War’s tide-turning three-day battle in Gettysburg is the major reason millions of visitors come to this lovely village of red brick Victorian homes. But Gettysburg offers more than history. ...
AfricaAsiaEuropeLGBT TravelSolo Travel

Gay Tours For Fall

The fall is a lovely time to travel, especially on a small group tour. An important reason is that the weather is reliably fabulous especially in the Northern Hemisphere. Also the crowds tend to be thinner in popular destinations. Children are in school where they belong and not scampering around underfoot. Here are four for your consideration brought to you by ManAboutWorld. GAY ITALY: FROM CAESAR ...
Discover Gay-friendly Ireland Five Ways
EuropeHotels & LodgingLGBT TravelSolo Travel

Discover Gay-friendly Ireland Five Ways

By Ed Salvato, | August 25, 2015 In May Ireland became the first country to approve same-sex marriage by popular vote, essentially hanging out a global, rainbow-hued "You're welcome" sign. (Irish poet Oscar Wilde, persecuted for being gay, would be surprised to say the least.) Shortly after Ireland's landmark vote, Tourism Ireland launched a website for LGBT visitors and released a video ...
Travel Tips | Travel Advice from Travel Experts

Travel Tips

Travel Tips from Travel Experts. The best restaurants, destinations, events and advice available. Avoid the pitfalls of travel by becoming a travel expert. is the world’s number 1 source for the latest travel tips, skills and actionable advice that can be used anywhere, at any time. Hear from the top name travel experts that you can’t find anywhere else: Samantha Brown, Rick Steves, Peter Greenberg, Pauline Frommer, Patricia Schultz and more. Sign up for our newsletter to receive the top travel tips straight to your inbox!