You are tired of traditional urban landscapes? These 8 most colorful travel destinations will offer you amazing colorful landscapes to brighten your view! From South Africa to Denmark, these are some of the most colorful cities around the globe. Stay tuned, these cities are amazing.
Vintage Cars and bright colored buildings are what you will find in the streets of Cuba. So, take a trip to Havana’s colorful neighborhood and look at the rooftops and note their amazing style.
Another breathtaking city is Vernazza. Just be sure to look over the trail to get a bird’s eye view of Vernazza.
Let’s travel to Eastern Europe. Plenty of cool restaurants and Cafés are what you will find near the Rynek Plaza. Also Wroclaw has a lot of beautiful churches near the city center to offer.
San Francisco, California
One of the most photographed locations in San Francisco, Alamo Square’s famous “postcard row” at Hayes and Steiner Streets is indeed a visual treat. A tight, escalating formation of Victorian houses is back-dropped by downtown skyscrapers, providing a stunning contrast. The grassy square itself is an ideal midday break.
The next colorful city is Copenhagen! The premier capital of Northern Europe is Scandinavia’s most fantastic city and the center of the most dynamic region in Europe, the resund Region. The city is one of Europe’s oldest capitals with an exclusive royal touch – the monarchy in Denmark which is the oldest in the world.
If ever there was a city with a story to tell, it’s Bristol. Enveloped in the hills of South West England, it has its own unmistakable identity, grounded in roots from centuries past and carved out since by passionate locals and spirited fans.
With 150,000 inhabitants, Willemstad is a UNESCO World Heritage. The island’s capital is characterized by the closed rows of colorful gabled houses, which are reminding of Old Amsterdam. The decoration there and colorful colors are the hallmark of the city.
Bo-Kaap, Cape Town, South Africa
The brightly colored houses on either side of the street is a recent innovation that celebrates the district’s Muslim identity. In earlier days, all the houses of Cape Town were painted white. Then the residents of Bo-Kaap began painting their houses in vivid colors in preparation for the celebration of Eid. Neighbors would often agree on what colors to use so as not to have a clash of shades.