Fare la valigia per una vacanza all’estero in piena primavera è davvero un’impresa! Se infatti il tempo è bizzarro di suo in questo periodo e già è difficile vestirsi nel proprio paese.. figurarsi quando si va all’estero!
It’s really difficult to pack for an abroad holiday in full spring! Indeed, if the weather is bizarre in this period and it’s hard to dress also in our own country.. let’s imagine when you have to pack to go abroad!
The first step for your packing operation is to watch the weather and temperatures forecast the day you decide to pack. And then, based on this, decide what to bring. Then you have to look at the luggage maximum weight which is 15 Kg for Ryanair. Remember to leave some space in your luggage for your shopping! In fact every Kg over 15 kg are 20 euros to be paid. But remember you have 10 kg of hand luggage!
According to the weather forecast in Valencia was basically sunny, with a little rain on the second and fourth day of our trip. The temperatures were from 16 to about 25 degrees according to the forecast.
Per cui in valigia ho deciso di mettere:
So I decided to pack:
un paio di occhiali da sole sunglasses
In these four days I would like to show you guys my traveler but “fàscion” outfits for who wants to wear comfortable (with photos of Valencia, of course!). In fact always my holidays abroad have been marked by: wake up early, sleep early and walk several kilometers … but the satisfaction of enjoy the host city is really a wonderful thing!
The first day we left by plane from Bologna at 7 am (woke up at 3 o’clock, panic!) And at 10.30 we were at Valencia with our paper guide. For the first day I decided to wear the simplest outfit of these four days: Skinny used effect (first of two pairs of jeans packed), black shirt with nude shoulder, vintage scarf, vintage bag, comfortable shoes and silver details such as bracelets and belt. The first day it was really hot then .. let’s see next outfit! :-D
Che dire di Valencia.. una città con profonde radici storiche ma aperta anche alla modernità. Una città tranquilla ma giovane. Un luogo da visitare assolutamente durante un weekend lungo ma anche un posto dove vivere! Vedrete meglio nei prossimi 3 post!
What about Valencia .. a city with deep historical roots but also open to modernity. A quiet but young city. A place to visit during a long weekend but also a place to live! You will know it better in the next 3 posts!
I hope this “outing” in terms of luggage will be useful if, like me, you have to travel abroad this spring! Here, other random Valencia’s photos!
The central train station
COSA INDOSSO I’M WEARING:
SCARPE SHOES: H&M spring collection 19,90 Euro
JEANS: BERSHKA bought 6 years ago
CINTURA BELT: VINTAGE 5 Euro
MAGLIA SHIRT: H&M 7 Euro
FOULARD: VINTAGE Porta Portese open market (Rome) 1 Euro
OCCHIALI DA SOLE SUNGLASSES: LAURA BIAGIOTTI VINTAGE (vintage selection, Florence) 30 Euro
BORSA PURSE: VINTAGE Sesto Fiorentino’s open market (FI) 10 Euro
ANELLO NERO BLACK RING: my uncle’s gift
ANELLO ROSSO RED RING : Porta Portese’s open market (ROMA) 1 Euro
BRACCIALETTI BRACIALETS: www.ireneccloset.comfolliegioielli.com e H&M