Hello everybody and everyone here))How are you doing today??I hope you are well! Guys,did you know that Budapest is the most gay-friendly Eastern capital??Recently I have found out it from this website with all useful and interesting news http://gaynewseurope.com/en/ ))For me it was interesting to read it))I have found out that the current conservative government is not too keen on same-sex marriage, but, other than that, it has been supportive. Legal protections for gays are well established, even before Hungary entered the EU. Common law marriage has applied to same-sex couples since 1996. Since July 2009 same-sex couples can enter into registered partnership, providing the same rights to registered partners as to spouses–with major exceptions for adoption, IVF access, surrogacy or taking a surname. Guys,do you know something about this capital??I am looking forward to your answers))
Hello there, nice to meet you. dear friend! I know what you are talking here about... you know, to be honest, when I have been listening from time to time all these stories that Budapest is so friendly to homosexually oriented people, that there you can feel the real freedom and to cover your personality. and also all people there are indifferent about your preferences...and only after visiting this city I got the real image of what all people were talking about I liked Budapest, and before going there, I made a lost of places to go with the help of the website - http://gayweekends.com
I am greeting you all, dear people... Ohh, Gosh, you would be really surprised if you heard HOW many times I have been listening to all that stories about "how friendly Budapest to gay couples"... no, do not take me in a wrong way, I have nothing against this capital or all stories I have been listening to.. I just feel strong decide to visit this country, especially this exact city in the nearest future...hopefully, have my vacation very soon, so will be able to plan the trip...thanks for mentioning the website, feel it is very useful thing - http://gayweekends.com
Good evening, everyone, guys.... Woow, I am amazed! I have never thought that there is the city wide-known as a city friendly because of the positive attitude to homosexually oriented people...nice to know that this is for real, thank you, guys! Now I want to see the place by myself and feel the atmosphere...because I am convinced that it is better to see the place once than to listen the description of it for hundred times... Also, glad to see that a lot of people have heard and mainly - used the website for travelers - http://gayweekends.com informative pages are guaranteed.
All these expansions in rights of homosexually oriented couples are an amazing huge step toward the humanity, understanding and the main aspect - exception of the society... I have never thought about it this way... What I mean is that I did not know that Budapest is the place where we, so called representatives of the LGBT community, can breathe freely and not try to cover our position in life...great news for me, because I am having my winter leave very soon, so why not to visit this city?! will definitely use the website and create the list of sightseeings - http://gayweekends.com
What a funny and unexpected coincidence, guys I have been talking on the phone with my friend who lives where?!....RIGHT he is from Budapest So after reading the title of your theme I could not just skip this, I had to leave the comment below... Answering your main question - no, I have never been to Budapest BUT I have received an invitation and hopefully, very soon I will be able to walk around the city and feel whether it true that this city is friendly to gay people Though I have a friend there, I will look for point to go here - http://gayweekends.com
Yeah, it is all true, what you have described here, dear friend.... I have been living in Budapest...well, not for a long time, but still, I know how it is and whether it is really true, I mean, the fact that people in Budapest are really open to all cultures and indifferent to your personal preferences and all stuff...so, yeah, I can say for sure, that you, guys, can walk around the city holding the hand of your partner and no one will react on this, believe me... by the way, for those, who are going to visit this city, I suggest to use this website - http://gayweekends.com
Hello, everyone, nice to greet you here today! Hope you are all doing good? As a passionate traveller I am always thinking of exploring new places and get to know new cultures...that is why I am always thinking about Asia and Africa...and honestly, Europe always stands a little bit away from my "number one" destinations... but after your post, dear friend, and all these positive and inspiring comments, I will definitely visit Budapest and thank you, guys, for giving the link to the website - http://gayweekends.com As I get it, I can find a lot of places in every city.
Hi my dear friends!)) I know Budapest is a very beautiful and attractive city!! I know that there are a lot of tourists attractions. And I would like to say that in Budapest there are a lot of gay friendly places and friendly people!! So when I have read this article I have found out that the current conservative government is not too keen on same-sex marriage, but, other than that, it has been supportive. Legal protections for gays are well established, even before Hungary entered the EU.Common law marriage has applied to same-sex couples since 1996. Since July 2009 same-sex couples can enter into registered partnership, providing the same rights to registered relationships.
you know i have already mentioned Budapest here and i would tell you one more time about this city.it is a wonderful city especially for those who are older and who look for a calm and peaceful place somewhere in Europe, i think that it is really great. ad i think that you share my point of view. you know i have not been there when i was a younger but still i think that it would not be interesting for you to visit this city when you are young and full of energy, if you really want to do it then you may visit it just for one day or so. but when you are older it is interesting for you to walk around the city and look in every corner looking for nice places.
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