EUROVISION 2013 SUBLOGO3We all know that Eurovision has a lot of LGBT community followers, so the organizers decided that they are will do, so far, the most for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgener fans. Tourist maps will be specially marked with gay-friendly pubs and clubs. The most famous Malmo gay club – Wonk, will feature special parties on every night between 11th and 18th May and because of that, the club will move to a much bigger venue. Every night will have special guests and untill now Loreen, Charlotte Perrelli, Alcazar and Martin Rolinski are all confirmed. The tickets for the events can be bought on www.tickster.se and for more info about the club, you can visit its website www.wonk.se.

Another place to must-visit is Cabaret Moulin will have a special Eurovision tribute show on the night of 17th May, but contrary to this, if you would like to enjoy a nice and quiet atmosphere, you should visit Chez Madame. It is an eco-cafe, that serves not only organic produces, but also vegeterian and it is located it the center of Malmo city.

If you are a fan of cocktails then a place for you to visit is Moccasin Mat & Vin. The best thing about this spot is that its menu is updated daily via its facebook page. The newest LGBT place is opening its door on 25th of April and its, a straight-friendly, restaurant called Bee Kok & Bar. It is located on Södra Förstadsgatan and it is the second branch of it, since the first one is opened in Gothenburg.

And don’t think that the organizer have forgetten on the Euroclub. Fans, delegations and accreditated press will be able to relax there. Best thing is that the Euroclub located right next to the Malmo’s Central Station, where you get by a short ride from Malmo Arena. There will also be a Euro Fan Cafe, where fans gater and gossip about the contest. Euro Fan Cafe will be placed at Folkets Park, not much far from several spots mentioned above.

So if you are going to Malmo, we hugely recommend you to visit all of this places, because, no doubt it will be a lot of fun and when you get there or come back home, it would be great if you share your experiences with us and everyone else.

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