Gay Florence

Florence, one of the most beautiful cities in the world with a friendly, laid-back gay scene.

Florence gay cruise clubs

Florence Gay Cruise Clubs

Explore Florence's gay cruise club scene.

Florence gay bars

Florence Gay Bars

An up-to-date list of gay bars in Florence.

Essential Guide to Florence

Essential Guide to Florence

Travel essentials boiled down to one page for your convenience.

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Featured Hotels

Hotel L'Orologio
Boutique choice.


Hotel L’Orologio

Great for sightseeing & shopping. Boutique choice.

Hotel Kursaal & Ausonia
Smart value.


Hotel Kursaal & Ausonia

Excellent service. Near train station. Smart value.

Le Camere Dei Conti
Boutique B&B.


Le Camere dei Conti

Very modern. Fantastic location. Boutique B&B.

Grand Hotel Calvour Florence
Great rooftop terrace.


Grand Hotel Cavour

Close to the gay bars. Best seller. Great rooftop terrace.

Hotel Calzaiuoli Florence
Excellent location.


Hotel Calzaiuoli

Ideal for shopping & gay scene. Excellent location.

Santa Maria Novella Hotel
Wonderful views.


Santa Maria Novella Hotel

Classic style. Boutique choice. Wonderful views.

Featured Venues

Yag Bar Florence


Yag Bar

The trendiest gay bar in Florence!

Florence Baths


Florence Baths

Florence's only gay bathhouse since 1991.

Crisco Club Florence


Crisco Club

Popular cruise club that's been keeping Florence men busy for more than 20 years!

Hard Bar 85 Florence


Hard Bar 85

Popular cruise club for men of all types.

Recent Reviews

the only bar in Florence

“The only worth visiting. The best in Florence, though still not even comparable to gay facilities in other European cities. …”

Mark on Hard Bar 85

another disappointment in Florence

“One would think that Florence during summer time is full of people, tourists, is a fun city. Can't be more …”

Mark on Crisco Club


“Not very clean, even though they give you slippers. Not many people, mostly old. Cruising area pretty large, though not …”

Mark on Florence Baths