Charming, comfortable, and with delightfully eclectic details this is a gay-popular stay that is truly unique. To get there you can drive, bike or take public transportation across the Golden Gate Bridge. There are a ton of bars around there, either on Castro St. In San Francisco, you are truly welcomed as you are, permanently granted the right to be as outlandish and stunning as you want thanks to its rich counterculture history and public embrace of LGBTQ culture. This is where the beautiful public graffiti art of the Clarion Alley Mural Project is located.
Filled with queer history, a free-spirited vibes and currently one of top tech hotspots in the country, it welcomes a mix of travelers and dwellers that help create its diverse, come-as-you-are, laidback attitude.
Raymond H. It truly earns its reputation as the cool, gray city of love. Swagger Like Us — for an underground queer club vibe, check this event out that gives new queer hip-hop artists, DJs and dancers a place to show off their skills. San Francisco is considered an American gay mecca and at its heart beats the Castro District, one of the first gay neighborhoods.