Land of the Italian Renaissance, good food and excellent wine , perfect for an elegant wedding . 5 wedding destination of Tuscany Gay Friendly ! Tuscany , land of art, culture and good food , has long been a favorite destination for homosexual couples , even for the welcome that Tuscans have always been for gay tourists ; indeed Torre del Lago is the first gay in Italy lido with disco, the famous Mamma Mia.
2016 was a breakthrough year for gay marriage in Italy : civil unions and same-sex couples have been approved will be able to formalize their union and celebrate with a stylish party .
Here the 5 best destination for an Italian wedding.
#1 destination – Tuscany gay friendly : Anghiari
For couples who love beauty and tradition, we recommend this Tuscan village, famous for having been painted by Leonardo da Vinci. The picturesque stone houses, alleys, stairs, charming squares, Anghiari make it the ideal country to celebrate the most beautiful day.
#2 destination – Tuscany gay friendly: Viareggio
Eclectic, Liberty and deco, homeland of a lot of artists , Viareggio is the gay destination par excellence. On the beaches of Torre del Lago, a hamlet of Viareggio, there are numerous gay-friendly facilities, although the city is most famous for its fantastic carnival.
#3 destination – Tuscany gay friendly: Montecatini Terme
For the couple who like to relax, we recommend the Montecatini Terme, to match a classy wedding to a relaxing honeymoon. Studded with fountains, here are real water view monuments as part of city lif, Montecatini will enchant you and your guests like no destination can do.
#4 destination – Tuscany gay friendly: Magliano in Toscana
In the heart of Maremma is this quaint town . Perched on the green Tuscan hills , between age-old olive groves and vast meadows , surrounded by fourteenth century walls , there is the medieval village of Magliano , from Gothic flavor and Etruscan past . For the wedding feast , they are typical wild boar stew and fried artichokes.
#5 destination – Tuscany gay friendly: Florence
How not to add the capital of Tuscany, Florence, birthplace of the Renaissance. Recognized worldwide as one of the art and architecture. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have chosen it as the setting for their wedding in 2014, celebrated in Forte Belvedere.