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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF LADYVENOM
62.7% of ladyvenom's followers are female and 37.3% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.30%. The average number of likes per post is 943 and the average number of comments is 32.
25.71% of the followers that engaged with ladyvenom regularly are from Austria, followed by Germany at 17.14% and United States at 6.43%. In summary, the top 5 countries of ladyvenom's posts engager are coming from Austria, Germany, United States, Italy, France.
Ladyvenom loves posting about Travel, Photography, Adventure, Architecture, Nature & Outdoors.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR LADYVENOM
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF LADYVENOM
- Travel & Tourism 87.88 %
- Photography 80.82 %
- Beauty & Fashion 60.38 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 48.18 %
- Technology & Science 47.38 %
- Art & Design 41.17 %
- Sports 33.39 %
- Home & Garden 32.76 %
- Fitness & Yoga 32.75 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 32.64 %
- Business & Careers 31.91 %
- Books and Literature 31.40 %
- Luxury Goods 30.89 %
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF LADYVENOM
- Austria 25.71 %
- Germany 17.14 %
- United States 6.43 %
- Italy 6.43 %
- France 5 %
There‘s nothing like a traditional Riva boat. #lagodicomo The classic design of the Riva boats goes back to 1842, when the first of its kind were built at the shores of closeby Iseo lake. Now they are world famous, but iconic for the region. We got the chance to ride one at sunrise and loved the fact that we had a female captain on such a traditional boat. The lake was completely empty for a while (except for the occasional swan) and we toured from one shore to the other, seeing some of the most famous villas along the lakeside. If you ever visit Como, make sure to ride on a Riva boat! I’d recommend to do it at sunset though and not at sunrise, because a) the water is usually calmer in the afternoon and evening and b) you’ll get to enjoy an aperitivo for the perfect Italian atmosphere 👍🏼☺️. Advertisement: Thanks again to @lariohotels for having us and organizing this boat ride! 🙏🏼♥️
Have you already been at the famous Lago di Como? For me it was the first time and here are some impressions from my shoot for @lariohotels (Advertisement). • Soon there will be more over at their website, which I’m quite excited about! 😍🙏🏼 Staying in these hotels at the wonderful Como lake has been a true pleasure (although we did work there 😉). A true Italian getaway! Especially the location of “Villa Flori” right at the waterfront was my personal favorite. • If you’re thinking of visiting Como check out thetravelblog.at, where I compiled all the photos from our trip and the hotel reviews! #lariohotels #unexpecteditaly
Italy, unexpected. A new story about our visit at Lago di Como is now up on the blog! Together with @lariohotels (Advertisement | Invitation) we were able to discover three lakeside hotels and enjoy a classic boat ride on one of the iconic Riva boats. Funnily they told us that most Italians don’t consider going to a lake for their holidays, so it’s mostly day trips for people from Milan that make Como lake interesting for the locals. Other than that it’s mostly Americans and other Europeans that come here for their vacation. We loved the laid-back atmosphere at the lake and would definitely spend a holiday here (next time without work maybe 😉). #lagodicomo
My final post from #Japan is dedicated to the city of #Kyoto. Why? It’s hard to put it into words. So I’ll just let you know what it feels like. Kyoto transports you back in time and makes you slow down and activates your senses in a way that no other city can. Maybe it’s because of all the spiritual practice that’s happening here. Maybe it’s also simply because of what we witnessed. The running monks who mediate through a daily walking practice. They are fast, but completely silent. Like a shadow gliding by. Or the Koi, that seem to traverse these waters since centuries untouched by whatever changes around them. And the Zen temple where we took a lesson, that was surprisingly funny and eye opening at the same time. It made us question our own beliefs through simple techniques. Gosh I want to go back to Japan and dive deeper into their ocean of wisdom. Well and to take photos... 😉 #wearejapan
Continuing my #Tokyo rooftop series. At Roppongi Hills we decided to pay the extra fee for the open platform on the very top of the Mori tower building and it was well worth it! We stayed up here until sunset and waited for the lights of the city to start sparkling. The wind blew like crazy and we froze our butts of a little bit for it, but were still glued to the view of this metropolis. Pro tip: reserve one of the seats that face to the west and bring a light jacket! No matter how hot it was down in the city 😉 #visitjapan #wearejapan
Searching for enlightenment. A candid moment at Tokyo’s Senso-ji Temple. Visiting a temple in Japan can take some hours. Usually the vast grounds feature not just the main temple, but multiple buildings, intricate gardens and much more to discover. It’s worth planning enough time for a temple visit to be able to witness the daily life of the monks and disciples and not just look at the pretty facades of the shrine. I was intrigued to see that the disciples at #Sensoji were busy preparing some kind of ritual. Next time I go I would love to have a guide with me to learn more about the building’s purposes and the traditions they keep up there. Do you prefer to travel individually or hire a guide once in a while? We usually love being on our own while traveling and following our own pace, but then sometimes I just want to learn more about the backstory and it’s impossible without an expert by our side. #visitjapan #tokyo🇯🇵
Our sanctuary in #Tokyo. (Advertisement | Press stay). This isn’t simply a hotel in a metropolis. At @hoshinoya.official guests enter into a different world, where Japanese traditions are transferred into contemporary spaces. We left our shoes at the doorstep, stepped into the slippers, put on the hotel’s kimonos and learned about the art of brewing, serving and drinking tea in a traditional tea ceremony. We also enjoyed the rooftop onsen, the washi paper sliding doors and comfortable feel of the tatami mats in the elevators. There’s not many ryokans left in Tokyo and certainly no other one like Hoshinoya, which effortlessly combines the best of old and new. If you’re planning a stay in Tokyo make sure to check our full hotel review at www.thetravelblog.at! #hoshinoya #hoshinoyatokyo
Unknown Buddhist temple in #Tokyo. My favorite pastime in Tokyo was walking around residential neighborhoods and stumbling upon local temples and shrines. These give a glimpse into the everyday traditions and religious beliefs of the Japanese. This guy came on his bicycle, read a few pages and then went to talk to his friend who arrived a little later. I’m not sure if he read a Buddhist scripture though - maybe he only kept up to date with the local news 🤷🏻♀️☺️. #WeAreJapan #VisitJapan
Sunset over #Kyoto. The Fushimi Inari shrine might be most famous for its thousand of red torii gates. But it also features a wonderful sunset view over the city of Kyoto. Well, after you climbed a couple of hundred steps 😉 but it’s well worth the effort! Come in the late afternoon to start the ascend and you’ll make it just in time to enjoy the sunset. Don’t forget to bring something to drink, otherwise you’ll have to raid the overpriced vending machines along the way. More of my tips for #Japan are now live on www.thetravelblog.at!
Prayers at #Sensoji in Tokyo. This temple is on everyone‘s bucket list when visiting #Tokyo. Although it can get quite crowded and busy, it still has a special atmosphere. But when you stroll around the neighborhood from here you’ll find many small temples that are completely empty and surrounded by local cemeteries or serene gardens. They might not be as famous and iconic, but feel more peaceful and quiet. Surprisingly we found many areas of Tokyo to be quite walkable! You can read all about our 10 day Japan itinerary on www.thetravelblog.at.
Are you dreaming of #Japan? • I just released a huge blogpost with a full 10 day Japan itinerary for first time visitors. Including some of the best views you’ll get in #Tokyo, tips for the ancient city of #Kyoto and a venture off the beaten track to the Seto art islands with all their incredible museums and installations! • Before traveling to Japan I wasn’t sure how well I would handle a country with so many people, so densely populated - but got surprised by how peaceful and calm it feels. Even in cities like Tokyo with over 37 million people living in the greater metropolitan area. You could stand on a rooftop and listen to the wind - not one siren or honking interrupting the quiet. • Advertisement: Trip powered by @allnipponairways_official. #wearejapan #flyANA #ANA #AllNipponAirways • Anzeige
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