For LGBTQ+ individuals, travel planning goes beyond choosing a destination and lodging. Amidst the recent anti-transgender and anti-nonbinary legislation, safety while traveling matters a lot, too. Here’s the results of some of the friendly and popular LGBTQ+ friendly cities in the US. First on the list is Burlington, which is celebrated for its vibrant LGBTQ+ culture, including Zero Gravity Craft Brewery, which offers a welcoming space for the community. Asheville, North Carolina, which is home to landmarks like O Henry’s, the oldest gay bar in the state. Across the country, Seattle is known for its social tolerance, and Wildrose endures as one of the last 27 lesbian bars nationwide since its founding in 1984. Meanwhile, Atlanta boasts My Sister’s Room, a beloved lesbian bar established in 1996. Chicago stands as a sanctuary for the LGBTQ+ community despite being located in a conservative state. Renowned for its inclusivity, the Florida Keys proudly embraces diversity with their official motto, “One Human Family.” Meanwhile, Idyllwild, California, hosts an annual Pride festival and offers a venue tailored for queer weddings, fostering a sense of belonging and celebration. Embracing individuality, Portland, Oregon, beckons with its slogan “Keep Portland Weird,” boasting a curated queer-friendly guide on its travel site. Apart from the above cities, you can also visit Eureka Springs in Arkansas, NYC, Taos in New Mexico, Nashville, Guerneville in California, Kansas City, and St. Petersburg in Florida. While not scientific the list is interesting. Of course we have to mention, Wilton Manors, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Orlando and Miami.