LGBTQ+ Tour Operator, Quiiky, Debuts “Call Me by Your Name” Tour

Milan skyline and Duomo Cathedral

LGBTQ+ Tour Operator, Quiiky, has announced a new guided tour in Italy based on the Oscar-winning film, “Call Me by Your Name.” The eight-night tour visits many of the Italian settings seen in the film, including Milan, Crema, Lake Garda, Verona, Venice and Bergamo. Prices start at $2,500 per person, based on double occupancy, and include accommodations, breakfast daily, car rental for the driving portion of the itinerary, and guided tours of Milan, Crema, Verona and Venice. High-speed rail travel can be substituted for the driving portion. Prices are based on currency exchange rates and subject to change.

Quiiky is also offering up to 15 percent commission for booking this tour as part of a limited-time promotion.

Call Me by Your Name

In addition to visiting many of the movie settings, the tour takes guests on walking excursions to explore the true stories behind such historical figures as Leonardo da Vinci and author Thomas Mann, as well as the famous architecture to be found in cities like Milan.

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Itinerary highlights include a stay at the gay-friendly hotel Aqualux in Bardolino on Lake Garda. Guests can enjoy the hotel spa and participate in a wine tasting at the Amarone wine cellars. In Crema, a major movie setting, guests visit some of the crucial movie scenes, such as Duomo Square, where the protagonists, Elio and Oliver, sit at a bar table. During the trip, guests can sit at that same table. 

The itinerary also includes a bicycle tour through the provinces of Crema and Lodi, as well as a cooking course on the preparation of tortelli cremaschi, a traditional pasta dish. In Verona, guests will also have the option to attend such events as the Arena Opera Festival or Teatro Filarmonico. The tour includes a visit to the Catullus Caves and ends in Bergamo.

For more information, visit www.quiiky.com.

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