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Paris, France – Eiffel Tower

Paris, known as the city of love, has a long history of LGBTQ+ culture and acceptance. The Eiffel Tower, one of the most famous landmarks in the world, offers breathtaking views of the city and is a must-see for any traveler. The city also has a thriving LGBTQ+ scene, with plenty of gay bars, clubs, and events. The Marais neighborhood, in particular, is a popular spot for LGBTQ+ travelers, with a variety of shops, restaurants, and nightlife options.

Rome, Italy – Colosseum and Vatican City

Rome is incredibly historic, with plenty of landmarks and museums to explore. The Colosseum is considered to be one of the greatest works of Roman architecture and engineering and is a symbol of the power and grandeur of the ancient Roman Empire. Today, it’s one of Rome’s many sightseeing attractions. Millions of visitors flock to Italy every year  to marvel at the history and architectural beauty.

Vatican City, the smallest country in the world, is located within Rome and is home to several famous landmarks, including St. Peter’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel.

Machu Picchu, Peru

Machu Picchu, the ancient Incan city located in the Andes Mountains of Peru, is an archaeological wonder. As a UNESCO World Heritage site, it attracts millions of visitors each year who come to experience the views, and treks (plus learn about Incan culture and history). Peru is becoming increasingly popular with LGBTQ+ travelers, with Lima and Cusco offering a variety of LGBTQ-friendly bars, clubs, and events. While Peru is still a conservative country in many respects, attitudes towards the LGBTQ+ community are generally becoming more accepting.

Sydney, Australia – Sydney Opera House

The Sydney Opera House is an iconic landmark and a symbol of Australia’s vibrant cultural scene. Designed by Danish architect Jørn Utzon, the building is considered to be one of the most distinctive and recognizable buildings in the world. It was officially opened in 1973, and since then it has become one of Australia’s most famous landmarks.

Sydney is also known for its welcoming attitude towards the LGBTQ+ community, with a vibrant gay neighborhood in Darlinghurst and a large annual Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras festival. The city is home to a variety of LGBTQ+ bars, clubs, and events, making it a great destination for LGBTQ+ travelers.