Gay Guide To Prague, Czech Republic
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With a population of over 1.2 million and serving as capital of the Czech Republic, Prague has become a popular tourist destination in recent years due to its history and natural beauty, as well as its theatres, museums and other cultural attractions. Prague is a city regarded as being relatively liberal compared to some of its eastern neighbours and, indeed, legislation was passed in 2006 that led to the recognition of the legal partnership between same-sex couples. There has also been a proliferation of gay bars, clubs, saunas and other gay-friendly establishments that have made Prague an increasingly popular destination for members of the LGBT community.
The biggest gay-oriented event in the city is Prague Pride which features a selection of events held over seven days, from lectures and intellectual debates to a karaoke evening, barbeque, sports day and a number of parties. There is also a huge parade where you can dress up and wave flags and banners whilst listening to music and demonstrating pride, tolerance and acceptance. Another event held in Prague that is targeted at the gay community is the Mezipatra Gay and Lesbian Film Festival where you can watch a selection of films that have a gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender theme. You will also find that there are numerous gay bars and other establishments that welcome members of the LGBT community dotted throughout the city.
There are a large number of notable landmarks worth visiting in Prague, such as Prague Castle, the Astronomical Clock and the Infant of Prague. The city is also home to a myriad of museums and galleries, including the Czech National Museum, the Czech Museum of Fine Arts, the National Technical Museum, the Military Museum, the Jewish Museum, the Prague City Museum, the Czech National Gallery and the Museum of Communism. You can also tour the city of Prague by Segway or by bicycle, giving you an opportunity to see the city’s impressive sights. You can also enjoy plays, live concerts and a number of festivals, including Prague Spring, during your stay in the city. It is therefore understandable why Prague is so popular with tourists.