Want to experience Italy like a local? Look no further, as Italian LGBTQ+ tour operator Quiiky is now offering a tour of La Dolce Vita in Gay Italy: From Rome to the Amalfi Coast. Inspired by the film “La Dolce Vita” by legendary director Federico Fellini, the tour–built with LGBTQ+ travelers in mind–brings you to Rome, Naples, and the Amalfi Coast. What could be better?!
Live La Dolce Vita in Gay Italy with Quiiky’s Oscar-Worthy Itinerary
To get you excited about how you can experience Italy as an LGBTQ+ traveler and live La Dolce Vita in Gay Italy, we thought we’d break down the trip into three parts: Rome, Naples, and the Amalfi Coast. Here’s what you can expect.
La Dolce Vita in Gay Italy: Experience Rome
See Rome under a gay light with the first part of the tour, La Dolce Vita in Gay Italy. Quiiky’s specialty is finding LGBTQ+ local guides to give you deep insight into the queer history, art, culture, and community of your destination. In Rome, they’ll take you to relive the gladiators’ history at the Colosseum; to see the most astonishing art collection in the world in the Vatican Museums, where, unexpectedly, a lot of masterpieces have a lot of underlying homosexual themes. You’ll see the Sistine Chapel like you’ve never seen it before!
You’ll also visit the Trevi Fountain, famed location in the film “La Dolce Vita”. You’ll see the Spagna Steps, the Pantheon, the popular quarter of artists, Trastevere, and so much more.
La Dolce Vita in Gay Italy: Experience Naples and Pompeii
From Rome you’ll get to Naples via high-speed train, taking in the countryside over a journey that lastas just 90 minutes. To live La Dolce Vita in Gay Italy while in Naples, Quiiky’s LGBTQ+ tour guide takes you to enjoy local street food in open markets. Go back in time when you visit Pompeii and discover how ancient Romans lived their everyday lives and how their expression of sexuality was not contaminated by prejudice. You won’t want to miss seeing its provocative frescoes, brothels and much more.
La Dolce Vita in Gay Italy: Experience the Amalfi Coast
As if Rome, Naples, and Pompeii wasn’t enough, the final leg of the La Dolce Vita in Gay Italy tour brings you to the Amalfi coast, not far from Naples. The fresh air carries the scent of local lemon trees, which you’ll get to know intimately with a lemoncello masterclass to learn about (and taste!) the region’s famous spirit. Walking around the destination, you’ll get mesmerized by the intense green-and-blue colors of nature, which dominate every corner of the Amalfi Coast. Live your dream of a fully relaxed vacation Mediterranean style.
Discover epic LGBTQ+ adventures in Italy with Quiiky LGBTQ+ Tours. Want more information? Visit Quiiky.com/en to read more information about this La Dolce Vita tour of Gay Italy, and explore more multi-day tours and daily experiences throughout Italy. They even offer tailor-made tours suited just for you!
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