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你不想错过巴塞罗那的同性恋骄傲的9个惊人的理由
巴塞罗那一直是首选的同性恋游客在过去的几十年里其声誉目的地是一个同性恋友好的城市是当之无愧的。地中海气候很难通过并接近海滩和群山使它成为视觉杰作。我们去过巴塞罗那至少五次,我们发现一些新的和令人兴奋的,我们参观的每一次。随着气候温和,一个欣欣向荣的同性恋场面和人生的一大质量,巴塞罗那是今年的精彩随时随地但其年度骄傲庆祝活动期间全市爆炸与生活。傲慢巴塞罗那2018定于6月23日至30日,并设有食品和饮料厂商加上游行,大量的整个周末的活动和表演专用的骄傲村。城市承载众多党派和活动,包括一个惊人的(而且免费!)户外泡沫派对作为庆祝活动的一部分。事实上,去年标骄傲巴萨10周年和庆祝每一个刚刚获得比以前更好。我们参加了骄傲巴萨在2015年有一个爆炸,所以我们认为我们会为您提供的9个惊人的原因,一个破败为什么我们认为你应该参加!我们保证你不会后悔。特价! – Want to visit Barcelona during gay pride? You can save 25€ on the Barcelona Gay Pride package with Rainbow Gay Tours, our favorite European gay tour operator. Just mention the promo code “TWOBADTOURISTS” when booking for your discount. More info here! Barcelona is a Great Destination Well-established on the LGBT travel map, it's likely either you or someone you know has raved about this sea-side Mediterranean city. And for good reason – Barcelona boasts a cosmopolitan and welcoming environment for all types of travelers from every corner of the globe. It's one of those cities that has so much to offer, you can never see it all. From stunning architecture, beautiful parks, sprawling beaches and great neighborhoods, Barcelona is a destination worth visiting year-round, but of course one not-to-miss during pride season. PDA is OK Barcelona is an open and welcoming city year-round and you'll see same-sex couples expressing themselves without fear. Yes, you can hold your partner's hand and nobody cares and most locals won't even notice. The city is even more out and open during pride and it's a great place to visit where you can truly be yourself. LGBT Acceptance The vibe in Barcelona is not just tolerance, but rather acceptance. There are very few cities in the world that offer the same kind of welcome to LGBT+ residents and visitors. In fact, the region of Catalonia, which Barcelona is the capital, was the first region in Spain to recognize same-sex domestic partnerships back in the 90's so they've always been way ahead of the game. The Foam Party! Our favorite event of the entire pride weekend is the outdoor foam party. The event is free and open to the public and gays and straights come together to celebrate a party full of diversity. You'll find foreigners, locals and people of all aging dancing the night away to great music in a dance floor full of suds. The Beach Barcelona’s city-side beaches make it one of the best well-rounded destinations in Europe. Just steps from the city center and along an additional 4km, you can find plenty of beaches to satisfy your summer time lounging needs. There are two different gay beaches in Barcelona to choose from. The first is called Platja de Sant Sebastià near metro Barceloneta, which is closest to the city center. The other gay beach is called Platja de la Mar Bella near metro stop Poble Nou. This clothing optional beach, like most nude beaches, is farther out from the center on the northern end of the city’s beachfront. This is where you’ll also find the popular hangout called Chiringuito BeGay, a restaurant and bar where the gays go have a drink or a meal while taking in the afternoon sun. Photo via Rainbow Barcelona The Parties The parties are beyond great during pride. Luckily, LGBT rights in Barcelona and Spain have advanced to the point that the pride is more of a celebration than a protest. Sure, there is always work to be done for equality but people aren't afraid to celebrate the victories so many people have fought for. One of the fun day time events is the Holi Pride Party taking place on Saturday the 30th. Originally from India, this popular transplant event is a festival of colors where people throw colored powder into the air and all over each other all while adding water to the mix. Yes, it's one big party and the locals are excited to have the freedom to celebrate being who they are. Pride Village The Pride Village includes plenty of stands, vendors and the main stage. Pride in this vibrant, international metropolitan city with Catalan culture and flair is a must attend annual event. The village is packed with cool things like a High Heel Race, Miss Drag Pride Barcelona and even activities for kids. The High Heel Race is one of the most hilarious, where a group of guys compete in a race at the pride village while wearing a pair of heels. Of course, there’s also the Pride Parade on Saturday that attracts around 200,000 spectators and there are plenty of pride parties around the city. The Pride Parade The pride parade is held Saturday afternoon each year typically starting at 5pm, when the city starts to cool off for the evening. And if you'd like you can even find your favorite truck playing the best beats and take up a spot behind and walk, march or dance your way to the finish. The parade is one of the most interactive events of the weekend and is one of the highlights not to be missed. Gaixample There’s nothing better than sipping a beer or cocktail in the afternoon sun and enjoying a relaxing conversation with good company. And of course, you should hang out in Barcelona’s gay neighborhood Eixample, often called “Gaixample” among the locals. The neighborhood is centrally located in the city and depending on the time of day, there are several gay restaurants worth visiting including El Berro, Osbar, The Bench and The Pink Elephant. As day turns to night, this is where you’ll find most of the gay bars and clubs in Barcelona including Café Bar Punto, Axel Sky Bar, Night Barcelona, Metro Disco and the various Arena dance clubs. If you've never been to Barcelona before, pride is a great time to visit because you can combine the festivities of one of Spain's top LGBT events with a tour of one of Europe's most famous cities. The celebration, parties, beach, architecture and cuisine are just a few reasons why we keep going back. Or even if you've visited before, why not plan a return trip and take in all that Barcelona does so well?! Special Offer! – Want to visit Barcelona during gay pride? You can save 25€ on the Barcelona Gay Pride package with Rainbow Gay Tours, our favorite European gay tour operator. Just mention the promo code “TWOBADTOURISTS” when booking for your discount. More info here! Note: this article was written in collaboration with Pride Barcelona. As always, rest assured all opinions are 100% our own and we don't sacrifice our integrity for a sponsorship. In fact, we attended Barcelona Gay Pride in 2015 and had a blast and would absolutely recommend it to anyone interested in visiting. Photos courtesy of Pride Barcelona. FacebookTwitterPinterestTumblrRedditLinkedInPocketEmail