Gay Milan Guide

Milan is considered one of the world fashion and design capitals, alongside Paris and New-York. And of course as the Gay trendy capital of Italy. Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Armani, Valentino, are the real stars of city. After shopping for days in Via Monte Napoleone, Via Della Spiga, or in Corso Como, you might consider visiting, and for this have a look at this mini Guide. The city center is compact, and getting around is easy as most of the …

Gay Mykonos Guide

Mykonos is undoubtedly the most famous Greek island. In the seventies, many personalities such as Aristotle Onassis, Jackie Kennedy, Richard Burton or Elizabeth Taylor spent their summers there. In the eighties, Mykonos became a major gay summer destination, a Greek version of Sitges (a must when visiting Barcelona). The old city is a maze of small alleyways, and you can get lost very quickly, but you will always find your …

Gay Thessaloniki Guide

Thessaloniki, the second largest city in Greece, is the center of cultural, economic, political and gay life of the eastern part of the country. The city is renowned for its festivals, cultural events and cultural life in general and is considered the unofficial capital of Greek culture. The city center is compact, and getting around is easy as most of the sights are contained withn a small area. You can …

Gay Naples Guide

Naples is one of Europe’s most fascinating cities. It is one of the oldest cities in Europe, its history extends over more than twenty-eight centuries. Naples is a Baroque jewel of the Mediterranean due to its resistance to modernist temptations. For centuries Naples has drawn people from all over the word in search of culture, fun and romance. It is an ideal destination for a romantic weekend, with plenty to …

Gay Turin Guide

Turin is the center of cultural, economic, political and gay life of Piemonte, a prosperous region in northern Italy, close to France and Switzerland. The city center is compact and getting around is easy as most of the sights are contained within a small area. You can easily explore walking on your own or with a friendly local Gaybassador who can show you around. To really enjoy the city, you …

Gay Genoa Guide

Genoa is the Baroque jewel of the Mediterranean due to its resistance to modernist temptations. It is the center of cultural, economic, political and gay life of Liguria.  The City center is compact and getting around is easy as most of the sights are contained within a small area. You can easily explore walking on your own or with a friendly local Gaybassador who can show you around. To really …

Gay Rome Guide

Rome, the capital of Italy, is forever fascinating. Since 2000 years, it is considered as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It is the birthplace of a powerful and refined civilization, which is at the heart of Western culture. The City center is compact, and getting around is easy as most of the sights are contained in a small area. You can easily explore walking by your …

Gay Venice Guide

Famous for the beauty of its baroque palaces, the elegance of its canals, its impressive churches, and its fantastic Piazza San Marco, Venice is for everyone the city of love. The tourist crowd is particularly dense, as the city attracts millions of people each year. As Prague or Rome, we recommend visiting the city off-season, which means in autumn or winter: the more rain and snow, the better 😉. You …

Gay Padua Guide

Padua is one of the most amazing cities in Italy and is a perfect destination for a day trip from Venice, to escape the tourist crowd, and meet real Italians. The city is full of artistic treasures and it’s famous for its stunning architecture. The City center is compact, and getting around is easy as most of the sights are contained in a small area. You can easily explore walking …

Gay Malta Guide

Valletta is one of the smallest yet most vibrant European capitals. Bathed in permanent sun, it has the charm of an old Italian town. La Valette is a Baroque jewel of the Mediterranean due to its resistance to modernist temptations. Results of which can be seen in The Old Town where an impressive number of majestic palaces, churches, and museums earning the Maltese capital as a UNESCO World Heritage designation. …