Bump Travel Guides – The Ultimate Gay Travel Companion!
Bump up the gay travel fun on your trip to Barcelona!
The team behind Bump! TV has explored Barcelona’s caliente gay and lesbian scene from its charming (and cruisy) Ramblas stroll to its off-the-hook clubs and beyond. Now let the producers of the world’s most popular gay and lesbian travel program be your guide to what’s glamorous and what’s naughty—and everything in between—in the city at the heart of Catalonian culture.
The Bump! Travel Guide delivers a queer-eye-view of Barcelona, organized by category: Stay, Eat, Discover, Party, Shop, Play, Happenings and Newsstand. Many listings feature photos and video clips as seen on Bump! so you can see what fun is in store.
• All listings are mapped and GPSed so you don’t get lost, no matter how distracted you get checking out local hotties
• Users can submit their own comments and ratings
• One-click phone numbers and email addresses allow you to contact establishments instantly
• Excellent and experienced customer service is available by phone and email 24/7
• The discrete app logo will help you travel safely
• Once installed, wireless service isn’t necessary to use the app’s main functions
• Regular updates are included
Use the Bump! Barcelona Travel Guide as a supplement to more straight-laced guides like Lonely Planet and Frommer’s or discover that it’s comprehensive enough to be your one and only travel companion.
Considering a gay ole’ time elsewhere? Eleven other Bump! Travel Guides will be available in 2010: Montreal, Miami, Berlin, Paris, Amsterdam, Antwerp, Mykonos, Puerto Vallarta, Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires and Sydney.
With the Mediterranean Sea lapping at its urban beaches, brilliant Gothic and modern architecture and a party-loving population haunting some of the hippest bars in Europe, Spain’s second city is deliciously appealing. After decades of oppression, the country shook itself free of a dictatorship in the 1980s and has been making up for lost time ever since, creating a culture of openness and optimism—Spain was one of the first countries to legalize same-sex marriage. Barcelona’s gay and lesbian life is booming, with lively venues serving everyone from twinks to bears to lipstick lesbians. The L’Eixample neighborhood—or Gayxample as it’s called—might be the hub for restaurants, bars and saunas, but attractions of interest to gay and lesbian people are spread all over the very walkable city center.
Which of Gaudí’s wild architectural projects are worth visiting? Which party has the hottest women-loving-women? Where can you kick a soccer ball around with a few of your fellow queers? Where can you see art by Broodthaers, Klee and Basquiat? The Bump! Barcelona Travel Guide has all the LGBT answers.
- April 11, 2012 Initial release