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Gay Pride Naples 2021
The Mediterranean Pride of Naples is one of the largest and most colorful gay events to take place in Southern Italy.
Napoli Pride is organized by associations Antinoo Arcigay Naples, ALFI The tides e Trans Napoli Association and brings the demonstration of LGBT + pride to the streets one of Italy’s most iconic cities.
Naples Gay Pride Parade
The main parade route departs from the Piaza Dante and continues its way down the streets until it reaches Partenope. The full route is as follows:
- Piazza Dante
- Via Toledo
- Piazza Trieste and Trento
- Piazza del Plebiscito
- Via Cesario Console
- Via Nazario Sauro
- Via Partenope, (it will end at the University “Federico II”)
The parade kicks off at 4pm and is followed by a series of after parties in the main square.
Bursting with energy, Naples is perfect for those who love an urban adventure. The buzzing streets come alive during Pride with a sea of rainbows. A port city, Naples is a constant surprise especially along the narrow streets in the old Centro Storico district.https://www.booking.com/district/it/naples/centro-storico.en-gb.html?aid=308283;label=gaynapolli
- The main gay district can be found near Plaza Bellini, a square of faded elegance.Here you’ll find the gay-friendly Caffe Letterario and Intra Moenia (Piazza Bellini 70), a hangout for local artists, writers, and academics. Visit Bar Fiorillo in Piazza Bellini if you want to hang out with some gay locals. The gay scene is quite vibrant and you will find it easy to meet local gay guys and visitors.
- Naples is a great base for exploring the region. Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius are just down the coast, and ferries skip across the Mediterranean Sea to glamorous islands such as Capri.
- You’ll get the most out of Naples if you explore it without a car. Buses fan out across the city, all of them stopping in Piazza Garibaldi at some point along their route. The Metro is quick and efficient, running subways, cable railways and commuter trains.
- Stay close to the Toledo/Dante metro stops and you will find yourself close to all the major attractions. The Hotel San Pietro is a great location with a stunning roof terrace and charming rooms and comfy beds.
We have chosen Hotels close to the gay bars that have high reviews,
Recommended Apartments in Naples
The apartment features 1 bedroom, a flat-screen TV, an equipped kitchen with a dishwasher and a microwave, a washing machine, and 1 bathroom with a bidet. Free WiFi plus a 24-hour front desk & a terrace
This apartment includes 2 bedrooms, a living room and a flat-screen TV, an equipped kitchen with a dining area, and 2 bathrooms with a bidet and a washing machine. Private parking is available at the apartment.
Casa Bellevue offers an air-conditioned apartment with a balcony and free Wi-Fi. This spacious accommodation features a living area with flat-screen TV, and a kitchen with dishwasher. A bathroom with shower
Teatro San Carlo
Teatro San Carlo has air conditioning, a balcony, and city views. Free WiFi. The apartment has 3 bedrooms, a flat-screen TV, an equipped kitchen with a dishwasher and a microwave, a washing machine, and 2 bathrooms.
Recommended Hotels in Naples
Naples has centuries of important art and architecture.The main gay areas are in the centre and are within easy walk to most of the hotels below.
Grand Hotel Oriente
5 Star – Central Location
In the heart of Naples, Grand Hotel Oriente offers spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi. The Basilica and museum of Santa Chiara are a 10-minute walk away.
4 Star, Luxury
Set in the centre of Naples, 350 m from the Universita’ Metro Station, Hotel Nunù features a terrace with views of the city. Free WiFi throughout.
3 Star – Great Amenities
Each guest room is soundproofed and comes with air conditioning and satellite TV. Breakfast is included and can be enjoyed in your room
La Bella Napoli
B&B – Perfect Location
Offering rooms with free Wi-Fi and satellite TV, this 4 star hotel is just a 5 minute walk from Amsterdam Central Station and is fully air conditioned.