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Loud, lewd and lots of fun, this is the coolest gay place in town...
This latest incarnation of a gay club that has been going in various forms for over a decade is a great place for a campy, old-school experience, complete with a very popular drag show featuring lip-synching drag que...
Huge, with several bars and dance floors, as well as a men-only dark room, this is a stalwart of the St Petersburg gay scene. There are events on throughout the week, including after-hours parties (from 5am to 10am)...
Perhaps Russia's most famous gay club...
Trondheim's only gay bar is also a pub, lounge, disco and friendly meeting place for both boys and girls.
Relaxed and friendly bar that starts out pub-like and gets louder with gay anthem DJs as the night progresses. Serves food too.
In-fashion lesbian and female location in the heart of the Pink Triangle.
Downstairs on cosmopolitan John St, sports a relaxed crowd and, crucially, a free jukebox. You’ll be listening to indie rather than Abba here.
This popular Manchester club's Glasgow branch is a cheery spot, not too scene-y, with all welcome.
In the heart of the Pink Triangle, this is a popular bar with a bit of a predatory feeling of people on the pull. It’s packed on weekday evenings but a pleasant spot for a quiet drink during the day...
This doesn't have the friendliest of staff, but it still attracts talent. The downstairs Polo Club and Club X areas still pack out on weekends; just the main bars open on other nights.
This is a traditional pub that’s Scotland’s oldest gay bar. It attracts punters of all ages. It’s very friendly and, with a large group of regulars, a good place to meet people away from the scene.
Mixed but mainly gay, this massive four-floor club has flashing lights, a pumping sound system and lots of suggestive posing.
Small but supremely popular late-night bar.
Decked out with Greta Garbo memorabilia, Greta's is Göteborg's only gay club, featuring flamboyant Tiki parties, DJs and other kitsch-a-licious fun on Friday and Saturday nights.
Leeds' most popular gay bar, which spills out onto the cheekily named Queen's Court, is where the beautiful people congregate...
Tiny, smoky and often packed to the rafters, Never Mind is a seriously fun spot for shameless pop and late-night flirtation.
Trendy, attitude-free and particularly popular with an older male crowd, this themed bar promises plenty of penal action, with uniformed 'guards' and willing guests.
In the shadow of Rådhus, this corner cafe-bar remains the most popular gay in the village. There's food for the peckish and a healthy quota of eye-candy locals and out-of-towners...
Gay-friendly mixed club NG1 is unpretentious, hedonistic fun, with two dance floors belting out house, electro, pop and more.
Malmö’s best bet for gay clubbers, Wonk works up the crowd with three bars, two dance floors and a karaoke lounge.
It’s not as big as the George or as in-your-face as the Dragon , but Pantibar is just as bold and brash as both, mostly because its owner, the eponymous Panti, is an outrageous entertainer and goes to great lengths ...
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