Photo courtesy of Insouciance. A nice little gay-owned and operated tapas bar. There's no doubt that Copenhagen is a great city for gay culture, with a long-standing reputation for openness and tolerance and a wide selection of gay-friendly clubs and bars that runs from old-fashioned bars with regular drag shows and lively high-energy nightclubs with an open door policy to men-only leather bars.
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I'll be in Istanbul for Especially gay on Sat and Sun from 6pm onwards first time from 15th March till 19th March for a conference. This gives you great skyline views and photographs opportunities. It was a good recommendation. Etage Jeden 3. It's perfect fare for the soulful, contemplative days of Autumn.
Book your place from info mallgalleries. Tickets are the same price as buying at the gate and are undated One of the other evenings-Friday or Saturday you could visit a hamam.
Affordable drinks. It can really feel like you are in a village at times instead of a cosmopolitan capital of millions. A nice neighborhood bar that gets quite busy at times. Follow 10Best Like 10Best. A tiny, long-running bar in Copenhagen's student-friendly Latin Quarter, the name says it all really: This place is cosy and open to all, both gay and straight.