See why these LGBTQ+ Travel Writers Rave about Atlanta
Atlanta is the place to visit according to Brian Webb of The Homo Culture, Matt Long of LandLopers and Joey Amato of Pride Journeys. Whether it’s pampering yourself at a trendy hotel, eating your way through Atlanta’s restaurant scene or planning an Atlanta Pride getaway, check out these tips from the pros themselves.
If you’re wondering why Atlanta should be at the top of your list of places to visit, Brian Webb, celebrity LGBT social influencer and owner of HomoCulture, breaks it down for us. Starting at the core of LGBTQ life in Atlanta, Webb covers a stay in Midtown with a spa day at W Atlanta Midtown, visits to some of the incredible attractions with Atlanta CityPASS and notes about some of the city’s hottest gay bars and restaurants.
Rest well and feel pampered at the freshly renovated W Atlanta Midtown
Atlanta is the biggest gay mecca in the American South
If it’s been a minute since you visited Atlanta, then Matt Long of LandLopers will take you through a reintroduction while highlighting everything from the typical tourist sites to those spots that make you feel like a local. Long even shares the secret to getting the best overview of Atlanta’s culinary scene. Hint: Atlanta Food Walks
Getting to know Atlanta all over again
Exploring Atlanta’s food scene in five bites
Midtown may be known as the epicenter of LGBTQ culture and nightlife, but Joey Amato of Pride Journeys knows that MARTA makes it easy to get to different neighborhoods no matter where you’re staying. Amato covers everything from a stay at the brand new Kimpton Sylvan Hotel in Buckhead to an elephant encounter at Zoo Atlanta and the house-made guacamole at LGBTQ-owned Guac y Margys.
Pride Journey summer getaway: Atlanta, Georgia
Pride Journey: Atlanta, Georgia
Get to know Atlanta, and discover the best things to do around the city.