Gay Guide To London, UK
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London is a popular tourist destination, because as capital of the United Kingdom and with a diverse population of over eight million inhabitants, it is impossible to run out of things to do in the city. There are historical sights, famous buildings and landmarks to see, as well as museums, art galleries and theatres to visit, so that you can get a real taste of culture in this city that seamlessly combines old and new. The city has more to offer than high culture, though, as there are plenty of clubs, pubs and other establishments where you can drink, dance and have a good time.
London also has a thriving gay scene. The Old Compton Street area of Soho is home to lots of gay cafés, restaurants and bars, as well as sex shops and a popular theatre. Vauxhall is another area of London that appeals to members of the LGBT community and has even been nicknamed ‘Voho’ due to the presence of so many gay bars and nightclubs, as well as an exclusively gay gym and sauna. Unsurprisingly, there are also plenty of events aimed specifically at gay men, including Bear Pride London, London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, London Pride, Soho Pride and GFEST - Gaywise FESTival.
London has a distinctive skyline with plenty of landmarks dotted about the place, including Buckingham Palace, the London Eye, Marble Arch, Piccadilly Circus, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Tower Bridge, the Tower of London, Trafalgar Square, the Gherkin, the Shard, Westminster Abbey and the Palace of Westminster, which include Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. If that wasn’t enough, there are a large number of world-class museums and galleries to visit that have no entrance fees, such as the British Museum, the National Gallery, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Tate Modern, amongst others.
There are also some lovely parks to walk through, such as Hyde Park, St. James’s Park, and Regent’s Park. As a world cultural capital, you will find that there will always be something to do, see or experience whilst in London, whether you enjoy listening to live music or want to watch a football match; whether you want to see a play, visit an art gallery or just go for a walk – London has it all!
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