Topping the list of gay-friendly destinations, Amsterdam is an oasis for travelers who can let loose, showing their true colors in one of the most liberal-minded cities on the map. The Netherlands has a progressive history when it comes to tolerance and rights for minorities. It even set the bar in as the first country to officially recognize same-sex marriage. The city of canals boasts a compact center that makes almost everything walking distance. General Tips 2. Amsterdam Gay Tours 6.
As a non- binary person i found most places in Amsterdam a but confused as to if i should be I have travelled to many Gay Saunas, but I have never experienced such a beautiful sauna and when I had one day in Amsterdam before returning home, and I needed a massage badly. While the masseur was gone for the day, I found the temperature and bubbles of the jacuzzi just perfect. I would go back and forth in between the hot tub and the steam room. I stayed about an hour and a half, met some really nice men and relaxed in the lounge.
For centuries the extremely tolerant climate in Holland has had a magnetic appeal to gay men all over the world. After all, where in the world can a gay couple walk hand in hand or smoke a joint in the streets without repercussions? The gay scene is well represented in this former seventeenth century harbour city with it picturesque canals and bridges, that give it its unique place in world architecture.
Despite the city's reputation as one of Europe's gay capitals, the Amsterdam gay sauna scene has a rather limited offering. With the closing of Boomerang and Modern saunas in the last few years, Amsterdam has been reduced to two exclusively gay saunas, with one, Thermos, the clear leader. In Amsterdam, gay sauna means Thermos. This sauna has become an essential part of the city's gay scene. Thermos takes up five floors in three inter-connected buildings at Raamstraat 33, close to Leidseplein and the Melkweg music venue.