Colorful towns

Many big cities end up acquiring a medium gray tone and there are other cities that have very limited color palettes, keeping basically buildings in pastels or neutrals. On the other hand, there are cities with an immense array of colors. Below you can see 10 towns with super colorful places!

 

Cinque Terre

Actually, Cinque Terre is a geological formation comprising five villages (Monterosso, Vernazza, Riomaggiore, Corniglia and Manarola) and not a city. A very famous tourist attraction in Italy, it’s a very special place with spectacular views of colorful houses on unusual rock formations!

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Burano, Venice

Butane is a place that comprises several little islands connected by bridges. A easy ride from Venice, the place is a real color show!

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Gamla Stan, Stockholm

With buildings dating from the time of the Vikings, Gamla Stan is Stockholm’s Old Town. Among its well preserved buildings and little alleys, the place has a wonderful architecture!

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Nyhavn, Copenhagen

Famous postcard from Copenhagen, Nyhavn is one of the busiest areas of the Danish capital. Most of its colorful buildings are housing cafés, bars and restaurants today.

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Longyearbyen, Svalbard

Administrative capital of the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard, Longyearbyen has scenarios beyond unusual with its colorful houses standing out amid the white snow that dominates the landscape for a long period of the year.

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Old Town, Wroclaw

A town filled with charming bridges and canals, Wroclaw is a real treasure of Poland. Elected European Capital of Culture 2016, it’s preparing to host various events that will take place in the beautiful architectural complex of its Old Town.

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Caminito, Buenos Aires

The famous colorful street of Buenos Aires attracts a huge amount of tourists to La Boca neighborhood. To entertain the crowd, the place offers tango shows and an absurd concentration Maradonas and Pope Franciscos.

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Pelourinho, Salvador

Neighborhood located in the historic center of Salvador, Pelourinho has samples of colonial baroque Portuguese architecture. The site was declared a UNESCO Heritage Site.

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Muizenberg Beach, Cape Town

In one of the most beautiful shores of the Cape Peninsula, Muizenberg Beach has a super colorful architectural complex next to the calm and warm waters of the beach.

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San Francisco

Vibrant city of California, San Francisco still has quiet neighborhoods with their typical cottages that form some of the most popular postcards of the place.

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