Out In The City

Print
05
Mar

Slovenia Legalises Gay Marriage

Lake BledSlovenia announced the legalisation of same-sex marriages this week and become one of the first Central European countries to achieve marriage equality.

On Tuesday the 3rd of March the Slovenian parliament voted in a large majority to approve same-sex marriage and adoption. This makes Slovenia one of the few European countries with full marriage equality.

Despite a protest outside the parliament buildings while the vote took place, Slovenia has become increasingly recognised as one of Europe’ s most LGBT-friendly locations, not least due to the establishing of special LGBT tours and the country’s annual Pink Week, an LGBT holiday experience.

Matej & Mattej creators of Slovenia’s Pink Week, said: “We are absolutely delighted that Slovenia has joined other European countries that legalise same-sex marriage. It is yet more proof that this beautiful country is now one of Europe's top destinations for LGBT travellers."

Share this post

Submit to DiggSubmit to FacebookSubmit to Google PlusSubmit to TwitterSubmit to LinkedIn

Add comment


Security code
Refresh

Get on the list!

Hey – sign up for the newsletter and be amongst the first to hear about special offers, exclusive content and premium events... you are free to unsubscribe at any time.

View Out in the City

Out-Dating-Banner
Out-app-banner

Out in London