Vespa and the World

Vespas are by far the most photogenic and flirtatious modes of transport out there. And they know it. Oftentimes it even appears like they are posing for a shot and definitely love the attention. It might appear strange to describe a motorbike like this, but I doubt I’m the only one.

While searching online for travel photography, I’ve come to notice how worldly Vespas are and how characteristic of certain cities they tend to be. They are a very commonly seen in cities by the Mediterranean but their charm doesn’t end there. It’s hard not to admire them or to associate them with the travel/free-spirited lifestyle in and of themselves.

Check out some our favorite photographs of Vespas from around the world:

Orchard Road in Singapore. Photograph by Jen Xi
Lyon, France. Photograph by Raphaël
Bavaria, Germany. Photograph by Martin Kühn
Verona, Italy. Photograph by Nicolas Emery
Frankfurt, Germany. Photography by Martin Kühn
Randolph Street in Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Seth Anderson
Berlin, Germany. Photograph by Verena Fischer
Paris, France. Photography by AJ Bufalino
Turin, Italy. Photograph by Stefano Bellante (Click on image to see original)
Toronto, Ontario (Canada). Photograph by Roger Cullman
Williamsburg, NYC. Photograph via The Late Adopter
Rome, Italy. Photograph by Sholmo2000
Valencia, Spain. Photograph by Stijn Hosdez
Bangkok, Thailand. Photograph by เสือโคร่ง
Madrid, Spain. Photograph by Reflexif

Do you also have some cool photographs of Vespas? Share them with us to add to this collection!

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