Celebrate Madrid and Barcelona Pride with your favourite LGBTQ influencers

Want to party with Diego Sans, Brent Everett, Anthony Stefanelli and Murray Swanby this Pride?

Of course you do! Well you’re in luck, as LGBTQ travel agency QueerPlans have released packages that offer guests the full experience of Pride in the company of a number of gay influencers. The packages offer tourism and leisure activities hosted by your favourite actors, TV stars, models and Instagrammers, so there really is something for everyone.

The Madrid Gay Pride package 2018 is hosted by Canadian adult film actor Brent Everett, American reality TV star Murray Swanby, Daniel Shoneye, Greg Mckeon, former gymnast Anthony Stefanelli and Rolando Vizcay. The Pride Barcelona package 2018 is hosted by Brazilian adult film actor Diego Sans, Skyy Noxx, Ken Summers, and Johnny V.

Travellers will be holidaying alongside their favourite influencers, providing a unique chance to meet and get to know them in real life. From dinners and parties to guided tours, hosts and travellers will share an LGBTQ-affirming environment in which they spend time together while discovering their destinations.

“This is where fans become friends,” says Jim Newman, former Village People cowboy and QueerPlans host.

If you’re into walking, there’s one-day guided tours to the surrounding cities of Toledo (in the Madrid package) and Sitges (in the Barcelona package), and there’ll be welcome and farewell dinners as well as special Pride parties. Travellers will also come together to enjoy all the the Pride events, shows, parties and parades as one.

“Our vacation packages provide a balanced mix of culture, parties and leisure. This makes them the best way to discover both Barcelona – widely known for its architectural wonders and beaches – and Madrid – host to the biggest Gay Pride in Europe” says Gaspar Blaya from QueerPlans.

QueerPlans packages are available at special launch prices starting from 699€ until May 31st, or while stocks last. The Pride Barcelona 2018 trip will take place from June 23rd to July 1st, while the Madrid Gay Pride 2018 trip offers a choice of dates, from July 1st to July 8th, or from July 4th to July 11th.

More information can be found at queerplans.com



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