Spain is openly gay-friendly. Same-sex marriage and adoption rights for same-sex couples were legalized in Madrid and Barcelona appear on many lists of the most gay-friendly cities. Crowds swell to over two million people and get larger every year. The city also boasts its own gay neighborhood, Chueca, which you enter through a rainbow-striped Metro station. In the past 20 years, Chueca evolved from a distressed inner-city neighborhood to a trendy, gay-friendly hotspot.
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R Family's first cruise was held aboard Norwegian Cruise Lines 's Norwegian Dawn with passengers including children. Major companies in the travel industry have become aware of the substantial money also known as the " pink dollar " or " pink pound " generated by this marketing niche and have made it a point to align themselves with the gay community and gay tourism campaigns. Gay travel destinations are popular because they usually have permissive or liberal attitudes towards gays, provides infrastructure friendly to LGBT travelers bars, businesses, restaurants, hotels, nightlife, entertainment, media, organizations, etc. Gay travel destinations are often large cities, and can coincide with the existence of gay neighborhoods. These neighborhoods often work actively to develop their reputations as safe and fun for LGBT folks to travel to.