Recently, several states legalized same-sex marriages or reported ready soon make such unions legal status, which led to a revival of tourist interest among LGBT couples who want to legalize their relationship and celebrate it in the right place.
1. Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Rhode Island became the last New England states, to legalize same-sex marriage. The first LGBT wedding is scheduled for early August.
Gay marriages are officially permitted in New Zealand in August 2013, but Queenstown is already preparing for an influx of LGBT tourists who want to get married, especially from Australia.
New Zealand became the first country in the Asia-Pacific region to legalize same-sex marriage. Queenstown thanks to the beautiful nature and the mild climate is considered one of the most suitable places for a wedding in the region all year round.
The city offers a variety of indoor and outdoor venues for ceremonies and can accommodate large numbers of visitors, because perfectly suited to crowded weddings.
3. Montpellier, France
Montpellier is often called the unofficial capital of gay culture in France. It was here on May 29 has been officially entered into the first legal same-sex marriage in France.
The city on the southern coast of this romantic country has to offer many beautiful places to couples who wish to connect their lives. Located on the Mediterranean coast in the Languedoc-Roussillon region, Montpellier is crowded with colorful sights and the spirit of youth, observers argue. Special color gives the city a medieval architecture. To this should be added a sunny Mediterranean climate and the proximity of the city to some of the best vineyards of France.