Why you should go to Dublin !

The Irish capital is a charming and cultural city that traces its history back to early Viking settlements at the mouth of the River Liffey.

Although homosexuality was not legalized until 1993, gay bars and saunas have stood proudly in Dublin for decades, drag queens have performed on television since the 1950s, and notable LGBT figures like playwright Oscar Wilde have called it home. In 2015, Ireland became the first country to legalize same-sex marriage by popular vote, signing it into law at Dublin Castle.

Modern Dublin has an integrated and diverse scene with a little something for everyone whether a pint at Ireland's oldest and most famous gay club The George, drag at Pantibar, a girl's night out the monthly Spinster party or mingling with the Dublin Bears at one of their pub events.

It also hosts numerous LGBTQ festivals including Pride Week, the Dublin Gay Theatre Festival and the Gaze International LGBT Film Festival.