Gay Tuscany: 4 incredible travel experiences you must live

Gay Tuscany? We like it! It has the most beautiful travel itineraries, extraordinary people and cities, stories and LGBTQ events to enjoy with your best friends. If you are considering a trip or a weekend in Italy, Tuscany could be your next choice. Take a look at the best deals on Quiiky, find the best gay-friendly hotels and don’t forget to bring with you our latest gay guide for making an incredible Italian journey in gay Tuscany.

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Visit Chianti and exploring the best

Wow, this is a food and wine paradise! Yes, it really is. Start your gay-friendly trip in Tuscany from the Chianti area, situated between the wonderful cities of Florence and Siena. Here, you will find a lots of country roads and many things to see, such villages, medieval towns and curiosities to share on your instagram account. It offers also things to do for a bike trip, wine tastings and local products to buy. There are so many different itineraries to choose from, but one of our favorite is the Chianti Classico route, which touches the iconic towns of Greve in Chianti, Gaiole and Castellina.

One wild day in Arezzo

Arezzo has much to offer for your gay-friendly vacation in Tuscany. Just 1.5 hour from the huge Florence, this small centre is home to many nightclubs and events dedicated to the LGBTQ community. You will find less visitors and many more locals, as well as the many hidden treasures in the towns, churches and museums that played an important role in the history of this place. Visit Piazza Grande and Palazzo delle Logge, enjoy the Basilica of San Francesco and its amazing Cappella Bacci. Don’t miss the massive and unforgettable LGBTQ event Tremendah and the night club Why Not?

Want to fall in love?

Monteriggioni is globally known for its medieval festival in July and because was mentioned in the Inferno of Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy. This place represents one of the most important walled castles in Tuscany, which elegantly dominates the surrounding landscape. Don’t miss the main Piazza di Roma and the Church of Santa Maria Assunta and its 14 towers. These are just some things to see in one of the most beautiful town in the province of Siena that wait to be discovered on your gay Tuscany trip.

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The colorful side of Italy

Dedicate a weekend or your whole vacation to exploring and sharing the iconic Cinque Terre. Honey, extra virgin oil, lemons and unforgettable hospitality are just some of the special things you can taste, enjoy and live visiting this colorful side of Italy. And then, beautiful views, natural landscapes and wonderful stories. Visit these five incredible towns: Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso al Mare, because they offer a unique and enchanting panorama  of different traditions and culture. They are all beautiful to visit and it is an easy day to trip if you stay in Florence or Pisa.

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