Old Dec 15, 18, 11:17 pm
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I have a biz trip coming up in apr. flying into LHR and out of FRA. i have some free days and trying to decide whether to spend them in budapest or prague. i have been to both but it was a while ago and don't remember much. which one is more gay-friendly or has a nicer, more approachable gay scene for a solo traveler? i've been pretty much everywhere in europe, but willing to entertain other cities as well. TIA!
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Old Dec 17, 18, 10:42 am
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Of course PRG is much more "gay friendly" and accepting.
Czech republic is known to be very liberal.

Prague has more gay bars and gay nightlife.

Budapest is a wonderful place to visit though.
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Old Dec 21, 18, 6:32 pm
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I'd avoid Budapest these days, but that's solely because of Viktor Orbán and his repression. That said, I may be more political in my travel choices, so I'm throwing out my reason for avoiding it for the sake of full disclosure, but I also love Budapest.

Other than that, I second what carlosdca said; Prague has long been pretty open.

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