The second largest city in France and one of the oldest. It was founded in 600 B.C. by the Greek sailors of Phocaea. It is also one of the major ports in the Mediterranean Sea. Its allure lies in its nature, land, and sea heritage coupled with the unique architectural landscapes it offers.
The most famous destinations in France when it comes to being LGBT-friendly are Paris and Lyon, but Marseille is also the same. They have a thriving LGBT community that offers plenty of places to hang out to like bars, cafes, clubs, saunas, and beach. In fact, during 2013 Europride was celebrated here. And in 2017, it was included in the top 100 cities that have active LGBT communities in a research done by Nestpick together with Prague, Taipei, Lisbon, Gothenburg, Berlin, and Munich. The research was based on the TS dating scene, nightlife, open-mindedness of netizens, level of hate crimes, and legal rights.
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The Parc Borely is divided into two: the typical French formal garden and an English landscape garden. And this is not your typical park where you just stroll around seeing different species of plants and flowers, you also get to view the sea.
Nature always finds a way to make things romantic so seize your chance to ask questions you’ve been wanting to ask. Initiate and make your transgender partner comfortable. We know the first meeting can be intimidating but you’ll only make it awkward if you don’t communicate properly. Rehearse your lines if you must but never forget to show who you really are.
Whether you’re an artist or just interested in appreciating art, the Cours Julien vibrant street may change the atmosphere of your date. You’ll never run out of things to visit here whether it be a café, street arts, bookshops, tattoo parlors, restaurants, and music venue.
You can also take a lot of Instagram-worthy photos to keep in your memory album. For affordable food options, you can visit Place Jean Jaurès. To hear music live, you can stop by at Espace Julien.
Have fun exploring everything with your date! After all, when you meet, the goal is to discover more about each other.
If you’re both on the athletic side, then the Calanques National Park offers swimming, kayaking, rock climbing, and hiking. Just prepare you and your French darling’s food because you’ll never want to leave the place once you step foot. Change of clothes is also recommended. The view will definitely change the way you see the sea as it features blue pristine waters. You have plenty of chances to rest and talk with your partner or perhaps a good sunbathing will do once you finish your hike.
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