Photo: Andrew Collins. With its fairytale setting high on a cliff-top overlooking the St. Geographically, it is divided between two levels, Upper Town and Lower Town—the latter section lies low along the St.
Will be in Quebec city for the first time in March and was curious about the bars and how they are for gay american guys. There is one gay bar that I know off. It is a big place and is called I think Le Drague.
It is Bar Le Drague, just a 5 minute walk from the old city's place Youville. They have shows weekly and a couple of bars with a few different dance areas. I have gone a few times and the place always seem packed.
It is Bar Le Drague, just a 5 minute walk from the old city's place Youville. They have shows weekly and a couple of bars with a few different dance areas. I have gone a few times and the place always seem packed. Entrance fees are low and the booze is not hiked up.
Photo by: George Rose, Getty Images. Home to one of North America's most famous gay neighborhoods -- simply known as the Gay Village, or Le Village Gai to the city's predominantly francophone population -- Montreal even marks it as such on its official tourism maps. Canada's second biggest city also hosts a slew of gay-popular annual events and festivals, and was the site of the first-ever World Outgames a preeminent global LGBT sporting event in
We thought nothing too much about this farewell, until we discovered we had arrived for three days of Gay Pride celebration. What a bonus! Quelle formidable!
All aboard! Build your own adventure with us on this 10 day tour and be sure to send us your photos along the way. Arrive in Ottawa early evening night one and feel free to explore the heart of downtown, the gay village, plentiful bars and nightlife.
Possibly one of the most accepting places in the world of the LGBT community, Quebec welcomes visitors from all over the world looking seeking the enjoument of safety and belongingness that is found here. Quebec offers countless botiques, a roaring nightlife, fine dining, and has the second largest French speaking city in the wolrd in Montreal. In Montreal you can find one of the most thriving gay districts caled the Village which boasts a large number of nighclubs, bars, restaurants, amazing festivals, and friendly locals. There are also many hotels and bed and breakfasts catering to the gay community.