International Pride: It's A Gay World, After All

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Thinking of taking your Pride international this year? if so, we have more than a few options to offer. And know that this year, for the first time ever, the rainbow flag has flown over the Houses of Parliament and the EU has issued protocols protecting the LGBT community.


Toronto Pride
Canadians and international visitors are invited to an extended celebration at the monthlong Toronto Pride starting June 1, but if you’re looking for the big parade, that kicks off at 2pm on its last day, July 3.

London Pride
Over 750,000 people come out for Pride in London (June 10-26), taking to the streets from Big Ben to Hampstead Heath. Pride’s Got Talent will light up the mainstage at Trafalgar Square, along with major star performances and surprise appearances.

Berlin Pride
Known locally as Christopher Street Day — June 23rd will bring one of the biggest organized events in Germany, featuring over two hundred events including exhibitions, lectures, films, concerts, shows and (of course) plenty of partying.

Madrid Pride
Millions flock to Madrid Pride (June 19-July 2) for Spain’s largest parade, the Madrid Orgullo. The terrace at Room Mate Oscar and the pool at El Lago de Casa de Campo are ideal spots for people watching, but there really are no bad vantage points to catch the mayhem around the Plaza de Chueca.

Last modified: July 27, 2017

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