Thanks to its relatively small size, Dublin doesn’t have a confined gay district that travelers have to venture to. Instead, the city is host to several gay bars, clubs, and restaurants that...
Thanks to its relatively small size, Dublin doesn’t have a confined gay district that travelers have to venture to. Instead, the city is host to several gay bars, clubs, and restaurants that are scattered throughout the city and more than easy to get to. That said, much gay life can be found in particular though in iconic Temple Bar, as well as along Georges and Capel Streets in the city centre.
The George is considered an institution in Dublin, and has been one of the best places to go gay clubbing in the city for 25 years. Expect Shirley’s bingo every Sunday night, and Space N Veda cabaret and drag on Wednesdays. Nearby PantiBar is also a popular gay bar in Dublin, that is owned by Ireland’s unofficial Queen and gay rights activist, Panti Bliss.
If you are looking to dance the night away to electro, synth, and pop music, head to Hub in Temple Bar. Every Saturday night the venue hosts ‘Mother’ which consistently draws an LGBTQ crowd. In terms of the best gay saunas in Dublin, The Boilerhouse is a must. This steamy venue is open 24 hours over the weekend, and very late during the week. With four floor, this is one of the biggest gay saunas in the world. Out, open, and proud, Dublin is ready to welcome you for your next gaycation to the Emerald Isle.Per saperne di più
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