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England has long been a destination for both straight and gay travel, but when it comes to choosing a location for a gay vacation, England is about as welcoming and inviting as they come. An active, visible LGBT community, abundant gay events and establishments, and gay rights that far outshine what has been granted in the United States, England is an ideal setting for gay vacations. With the lively London nightlife, beautiful Brighton beaches and the picturesque countryside that gives way to sprawling urban skylines, England has much to offer for any kind of gay travel tourist.

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Italy is a nation famous for its romance, architecture, history and art and is a popular location for gay travel. The rich history, picturesque landscapes and unique culture have made Italy a popular setting for plays, books and movies and draws couples, families and friends to this beautiful country throughout the year to indulge in the food, admire the fashion and experience a wide variety of world-famous art and architecture. With many diverse gay vacation options, including the winding pathways of Venice, the countryside dotted with sightseeing opportunities, ancient ruins and wineries, the vast museums of Florence and the thrilling… Continue reading

This article is chiefly an update on the uproarious swine flu that was lodged on Mexico including all of its different places. This article shows how now even the “travel advisory” on Mexico has been lifted. So don’t hold back and come visit Puerto Vallarta and Mexico.

After all the massive publicity of the Swine Flu, and the closing of all businesses and schools in Mexico, finally things are looking up. Now that more information is present for analysis, other countries as well as United States are realizing how the cases of “Swine Flu” were not, and I repeat, WERE… Continue reading

Long before French painter Paul Gauguin ventured to Tahiti for inspiration in the late 19th century, the mystical charm of this Polynesian paradise beckoned explorers with its palm shaded beaches, turquoise lagoons, emerald mountains, and understated simplicity.

Also known as French Polynesia, Tahiti and its sister islands continue to entice people the world over with unparalleled beauty and blissful tranquility.

Comprised of 118 islands and atolls spread across an area as large as Western Europe, a Tahiti vacation truly offers something for everyone. Your Polynesian hosts exhibit their warmth and vitality through music, dance, and even flowers, for what would… Continue reading

Travelling is something a great many of us love to do whenever we can. Whether you enjoy the 5 star luxury of a Thai villa, or if you prefer slinging a few possessions into a backpack and hitting the road for a random adventure, it is always nice to have some idea of what to expect when travelling. This is why online travel reviews have become so popular in the last few years – people like to make informed decisions before they head off for a holiday.

Although travel review sites can be very informative, there has been some controversy… Continue reading

Your anniversary might be fast approaching and you know you want to give a delightful surprise to your spouse by thinking of a Travel and Leisure – like a tropical Bali Vacation. Second honeymoons are usually planned better and you know your partner’s preferences more than ever before. Thus, you can be assured of picking up a place that you know you and your spouse can truly enjoy. You also happen to have the right amount of time for planning and resources to get the best deals in accommodations and fares. Most likely finds would include a promo air fare… Continue reading

FIFA News

Two-time FIFA World Player of the Year and FIFA World Cup winner Ronaldinho has retired from professional football, bringing to an end a two-decade career on the pitch adorned with medals, trophies an [read]

Trinidad and Tobago will be the setting for the ninth edition of the 2018 CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Championship, which begins on Thursday, with three places at the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup up for [read]

The FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup France 2018 moved a step closer on Wednesday 17 January, with the announcement of the match schedule. [read]

In the hunt to win the first ever MLS Cup, New York Red Bulls have already made a new signing – two-time Grand Finalist Michael Labelle. [read]

As they chase a first FIFA Women's World Cup in the wake of humbling two-time champions Germany, Iceland are reaping the benefits of significant FIFA Forward-supported investment. FIFA.com hears [read]

Having evolved from a supreme penalty box poacher to a recognisable sports broadcaster and social media heavyweight, we sat down with former England striker Gary Lineker to talk FIFA World Cup memorie [read]

Argentina star Angel Di Maria speaks with www.sc.qa (the website of the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy, the body responsible for delivering the infrastructure and host country operations [read]

Former Dutch international and current FIFA Chief Officer for Technical Development Marco van Basten speaks to FIFA.com ahead of the Fifth FIFA Executive Football Summit in Amsterdam. [read]

Captain of the USSR team at Sweden 1958, who also scored the Soviets' first ever goal in FIFA's most prestigious competition, Nikita Simonyan speaks with FIFA.com to revisit the World Cup 60 [read]