The Venetian weekend


It’s time for another post from my travel diaries. This time around I visited the picturesque  Italian city – Venice.  My first feeling was that of awe- I had never seen something  quite as quaint and picture perfect as this city. My only vision of venice was from the movies I had seen, and it felt like I am a part of the movie.

The cute little alley ways, narrow streets, and right- out- a -postcard  bridges define the city and make it a perfect destination for photographers looking to get some great shots! As always,  I visited the touristy spots like the Rialto Bridge, Grand canal waterway, St Mark’s square and even bought myself a quintessential Venetian Masquerade Mask.

The Second Day I went to Visit another beautiful city, Padua, under 20 mins from Venice by the fast train. Often cited as ‘Venice’s overlooked little sister’ this city offers spectacular views of its own. Here I overdosed on some good Italian food, a bit of sightseeing and window shopping and finished off with the most amazing waffle and fruits I ever had!

As for my outfits, I choose to keep them stylish yet comfortable, as I was aware that the Italians like to keep it stylish 🙂 I paired my grey Cardigan with burgundy pants and tan shoes along with my trusty Navy coat (always a Life saver) while on the second day, I kept it super comfortable with a White hoodie and some nice baby blue pants, paired with my sneakers. This look was named ‘The American tennis player’ by my friend, and i think it was pretty accurate 😛

As always don’t forget to drop me a comment to tell me how you liked this blog and come back next week to read all- about my German adventure!

Until Next Time

The Image Alchemist


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Author: Rohan Malhotra

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    • Thank you so much, Roshni!!!

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  1. Amazing pictures, great style!! love it <3

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    • Thank you so much for your generous comments, Sheena!

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