Copenhagen Gay/Lesbian Travel
ABOVE: Participants in the World Outgames, which took place in Copenhagen
several years ago.
Denmark has a long tradition of tolerance, and in 1989, it
became the first country to recognize same-sex marriages. The tourist office's
"gay Copenhagen" press release points out that "The first gay bar,
Centralhjørnet, opened over 80 years ago, and is still going strong--along with
a wealth of other newer cafés & bars. [Copenhagen] even boasts its own gay radio
station, Radio Rosa."
CGL is operated by the Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce in Copenhagen. Its Web site has
general information and listings of gay clubs, bars, restaurants, events, etc.
Gay Guide Copenhagen
These pages are from Gay Guide Europe
(a.k.a. Patroc.com), which has local gay guides for nearly dozen European
Photo copyright © Visit Copenhagen.
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