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Gay Montevideo guide: gay bars, clubs, hotels and map

Montevideo is frequently rated as one of the most gay friendly cities in the world, particularly by the likes of Lonely Planet and Skyscanner. And now by the Nomadic Boys…especially when this is what you see on your way into the country: Uruguay itself is an extremely gay friendly country, not only across Latin America, but in the world. Gay rights in Uruguay have long been secured and respected: homosexuality was decriminalised in 1934, anti-discrimination laws firmly in place since 2003, adoption laws since 2009 and gay marriage implemented in early 2013. There are plenty of things to do in the city...

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Gay Buenos Aires: our gay travel guide to La Reina del Plata

Fresh off the plane, our Porteño friends Pablo and Gustavo welcomed us, and took us straight to the Pepo Pepona gay restaurant in Palermo so we could have our first taster of the famous Argentinian steak. Just as we were tucking into our bife de chorizo, the restaurant’s entertainment started: a handsome (extremely well endowed!) Argentinian lad came gyrating from table to table, quickly losing all his clothes. At that moment we knew we were going to enjoy this city a lot! WHY IS BUENOS AIRES SO GAY FRIENDLY? Argentina is extremely progressive with LGBT rights. It was the first country in...

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5 romantic things to do in Buenos Aires

Romance is everywhere in Buenos Aires. The Porteños (local folk of the big capital city) are extremely passionate – and boy do they know how to celebrate being in love. Whether it’s taking a stroll in charming Puerto Madera, getting intimate while dancing Argentinian Tango or taking a picnic in one of the many beautiful gardens, the opportunities to spend a special moment with you lover are endless. Here are our top 5 romantic things to do in Buenos Aires. #1 WATCH A TANGO SHOW Tango is the romance of Argentina. This sensual dance which originates from Río de la Plata...

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5 unique gay friendly hotels in Buenos Aires

Argentina is a fiery beacon of fabulousness in Latin America, which really embraces LGBT travellers. Perhaps our biggest test of how gay friendly a destination is: the response when we initially make contact with a few of the hotels and ask them if they’re ok hosting a gay couple, who want to sleep in a double bed. Awkward silence? Straight out “no thanks we don’t do any of that here!” (yup – happened once in Crete, Greece). Or instead, a positive, welcoming response, baffled at the need to even ask this question in the first place? Fortunately in Buenos Aires,...

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A romantic road trip in Northeast Argentina

“Poor Niagara!” …so said the late Eleanor Roosevelt when she first came face to face with the almighty Iguazú Falls back in 1944. The famous Falls are a bucket list destination for pretty much all travellers visiting Latin America. If it isn’t, it sure as hell should be. You can stand for hours marvelling at this sheer force of naturhere – spell bound, your hairs standing on end, getting completely soaked from the powerful spray, but without a care in the world. It’s truly a mesmerising experience. The Iguazú Falls are located in Northeast Argentina in the Misiones province, straddling...

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