Gay Paris

Le Marais (French for 'the Marsh’) is a beautiful, historic district in gay Paris, France. Since the 1980s, it's also famous for catering to the gay community, and is now known as one of the most gay-friendly destinations in Europe. Although France seems somewhat on the conservative side, Paris is the gayest city in the country, with Le Marais being at the heart of LGBTQ life. Paris was the first capital to elect an openly gay mayor in 2001, and campaigners celebrated in Le Marais after the Gay Marriage bill passed on April 23, 2013.

Le Marais very much has a medieval vibe to it, with narrow streets and architectural masterpieces. Gay cafés, bars, restaurants, sex-clubs and more can all be found here, mostly near the southwestern portion...
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