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Gay Madrid Guide: The Essential Guide To Gay Travel In Madrid Spain 2019
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While the traditional gayborhood is in Chueca, and has the highest number of gay bars and clubs, every neighborhood has plenty to offer gay visitors. Aside from hosting the biggest Pride Parade in Europe, attracting more than one and a half million visitors each year and being one of the best Gay Pride festivals in the world , Madrid also has a GayDays at the local theme park, WE Festivals around gay pride week and New Year and an LGBT film festival. As big as it already is, the gay scene in Madrid is still growing as word continues to spread and more bars, clubs, hotels, sauna, and cafes battle it out for the almighty Pink Dollar. Yes, we all know the gays all love a good trend and in Madrid, everything has snowballed so that today it is all gay, all the time!
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The KitKatClub is said to attract patrons from all over Europe and other parts of the world because of its music selection techno and trance music and its sexually uninhibited parties. The motto of the club is "Do what you want but stay in communication". Guests are allowed to engage in sexual intercourse openly at the venue.
For nightlife, particularly away from summer, there's probably no better city in Europe than Berlin. The many small independent bars in the Eastern side of the city complement the fantastic cocktail bars in West Berlin's posh hotels and the world famous techno nightclubs with all their decadence. Cocktail guru and Berlin legend, Mike Meinke has devised a concept and menu that delivers cocktail dreams to discerning drinkers with various nods to Alice In Wonderland and Through The Looking Glass. Staff wear full face paint and fairytale costumes, the mirror in the toilet turns your eyes square, "Drink Me" potions tempt you in, and the stunning menu card comes in an old pop-up fairytale book, from which its contents will literally jump out and surprise you.