Easiest way to get to the Sydney Mardi Gras from these 6 cities

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You anywhere but Sydney and planning to go to Mardi Gras?

Worry not; Sydney might be far, but it’s still connected. Here’s how with Cathay…

  • New York: The origin of the historic 1969 Stonewall Riots, New York kicked off Pride marches and celebrations the world enjoys today. Visitors can be enriched by the historic gay liberation movements ignited in this city, as well as take part in the bustle of its June Pride events. From unique drag nights to inclusive street markets New York has something for everyone.
  • LondonEntering its 51st year, London Pride is one of UK’s biggest celebrations with a vast array of events including world famous cultural and political art scene, culminating in the Pride Parade on the 27 of June.
  • Tel Aviv: Celebrate at the Middle East’s biggest Pride festival and take to the streets with more than 250,000 Pride attendees. With an abundance of inclusive activities, join the party and cheers to acceptance and inclusion during a week-long Pride festival.
  • Amsterdam: Looking for a unique parade experience? Look no further than Amsterdam. Leaving the streets and hitting the water this city’s Canal Pride Parade is something no pride lover can miss. With parade watcher’s filing the edges of canals, be amazed by the literal floats.
  • Taipei: Making history in 2019 as the first Asian nation to legalise marriage equality, Taiwan is now making its mark on the world LGBTQI+ scene. Hosted in October, Taiwan Pride attracts tens of thousands of visitors to the capital city, Taipei.
  • San Francisco: One of the best represented LGBTQI+ communities in the world, SF Pride should be on everyone’s bucket list. With a mission to educate, celebrate and liberate, SF Pride is a party for all. With events including, comedy shows, boat parties and its world famous parade – SF Pride is a once in a lifetime experience.

Find out more at the Cathay website

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