Cities for LGBT in Italy
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- 1Italy1167 reviews
Doable in a day if you rush. Always something to see even if you have been before. What is there not to love about Rome! I love the market at Campo Di Fiori and nightlife near Colloseum.
- 2Italy684 reviews
One of my favorite European Cities to stay. The canals, the buildings, the art, the quiet, the history, unmatched magic!
- 3Italy347 reviews
Great apartment www.vrbo.com/4710 , clean, and well served with public transportation. Very close to the Metro station, in 7 minutes at the heart of historic center. 90 euro per night for 6 people!!
- 4Italy39 reviews
This is a city that always seems to be busy - there's always something to do and see even if its just wandering through the streets and people watching. I visited multiple times and loved it.
- 5Italy351 reviews
Not my favorite city in Italy, but, hey, it's still in Italy. I feel like, compared to other cities, there just isn't as much "history" or as many interesting things to see. Do take note that I mean that in relation to, say, Florence. It is still a hub of culture and history, don't get me wrong. Where Milan shines, ...
- 6Italy112 reviews
Beautiful fortress town, a must see - do-able as a day trip, but worth staying overnight if you have the time. Highlight for me was climbing the tower of the Duomo and taking in the beautiful view - a perfect balance of city and countryside.
- 7Italy174 reviews
Grittier, louder, and dirtier than Rome, Naples also feels a bit more real and down-to-earth than its sister to the North. The food here is phenomenal (particularly the pizza), and the proximity to beautiful spots like Capri and Sorrento also can't be overlooked. Just don't expect the fashion sense or sophistication of Rome or Milan - this is Southern Italy ...
- 8Italy10 reviews
Ancient city with dwellings built right into the caves. These dwellings are 5000 years old. Matera also is known as the "shame of Italy" for another set of dwellings. Worth researching. Today there is much renovation changing this tale of two cities.
- 9Italy8 reviews
Ostuni is a city and town in the province of Brindisi, with a population of about 33.000 located about 8 km from the coast, 218 above sea level. It is known as the “White City”, for its white walls and its typically white-painted architecture. Its main economic activities include tourism, attracted by its nearby pristine beaches, as well as a ...
- 10Italy117 reviews
This is a great town - and of course you have to see the Leaning Tower - but the town itself is nice and not too crowded and a quick easy train ride from Florence which can seem overrun with mopeds and tourists at times depending on the district.
- 11Italy98 reviews
Had the priviledge of visiting the glorious ruins of Pompeii and almost missed the chance to see it. It is not to miss if in Naples, unbelievable and incredible. What a wonderful opportunity to see how the Romans lived and it is frozen in time.
- 12Italy90 reviews
Whole city is filled with castles, beauty and medieval elegance. it's still amazing in 2013.
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- 13Italy88 reviews
Gorgeous, very high end shopping. Fantastic views from the drive up to Anacapri. Very touristy, but worth the visit
- 14Italy46 reviews
Tra i monumenti di Torino più noti anche all'estero sono da citare l'ottocentesca Mole Antonelliana, simbolo incontrastato della città, che ospita il Museo Nazionale del Cinema (il principale d'Europa), il Palazzo Reale (antica dimora dei duchi ed in seguito dei re di Casa Savoia), la rinascimentale Cattedrale di San Giovanni Battista del XV secolo (celebre in quanto custode della Sacra ...
- 15Italy32 reviews
The fascinating home of St. Francis (and St. Clare) is a beautiful hill town with lovely views of the countryside and a ton of churches with interesting histories. But it's also just a cute town, with a maze of alleyways lined with shops and restaurants and bars. It's definitely a tourist trap, but rightly so.
- 16Italy23 reviews
Small city in Umbria. Two parts to the city - one in the valley and another portion on a table land. Access by road or cable car. Spectacular view of the valley. Area is famous for wine and wine cellars. We stayed at Hotel Umbria. Very nice town and recommended for a few days visit.
- 17Italy27 reviews
CHIESA DI SANTA GIUSTINA E IL FAMOSO PRATO DELLA VALLE, BASILICA DEL SANTO ( ANTONIO )
- 18Italy77 reviews
I lived here for six years also across college. Some of the best years of my life..
- 19Italy65 reviews
A really beautiful view of the Bay of Naples, just too crowded
- 20Italy56 reviews
If you're going to be near Siena, and you have a few hours to kill, I absolutely have to recommend going to San Gimignano. Like many other towns in Tuscany, San Gimignano is at the top of a hill, overlooking the countryside below. You can only arrive by bus or by car (buses run from the nearby Poggibonsi-SG train station ...