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Top 6 Most Colorful Cities In The World To Explore

July 07, 2017

Colors are what make the life very special and give us inspiration in the sullen world. If you want to live in a city that is filled with magical colors, here are some of the most colorful cities in the world to explore:

The Most Colorful Cities In The World To Explore – Top 6 Colorful Cities:

1. Burano, Italy

It is easy for us to spot the Burano Island from the sea. The homes are jewel-colored, making them look like a beacon. According to island folklore, fisherman who live on this island started painting their own homes in many bright colors such as red, yellow, orange and purple so that they would be able to see their homes while fishing in the fog and then come back home safely. Now, it has become law. In case you want to pain your house on the island, you must ask for the government’s permission.  

2. Jodhpur, India

India’s Blue city is a colorful reminder of the caste system of India. In the past, the upper class painted their homes in blue color to differentiate their assets from those of other classes. Over time, other people mirrored this activity. Many people suspect this color is becoming popular for a few reasons, including culture and tradition. Addition to this, the chemical composition of the blue paint may contribute to a defense against termites. It keeps homes cool in the sun and it is so beautiful.

3. Wroclaw, Poland

The capital of Lower Silesia is one of the most colorful cities in the world, with many attractions for tourists. It includes many bridges, cafes and restaurants as well as historic and cultural delights. However, one of the best places of interest of this city is the rows of colorful houses. Addition to this, the buildings with ancient design and architecture brighten the city streets with their bright hues and add to the whole city a new vivaciousness.

4. Trinidad, Cuba

When it comes to the most colorful cities in the world, you should not skip Trinidad located in the central province of Sancti Spiritus, Cuba. The ancient buildings of Trinidad may reflect the natural environment with ocean blue, sugarcane green and sunshine yellow, all mixed on the same building. The Afro-Cuban culture is represented by the UNESCO World Heritage as the colorful streets. Some highlights are the Palacio Brunet, old San Francisco Convert as well as the Palacio canter.

5. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

The Brazil’s government took the initiative to redecorate the slums or favelas of Rio de Janeiro. Dutch artists turned these slums into a great canvas. Currently. The colorful streets of this city are an attractive tourist attraction with rainbow rays that were radiated from the fadacas and with colorful street arts that scream out of the giant painted walls. And one of the most attractive areas is the Favela Santa Maria with many colored houses.

6. Pattaya, Thailand

Pattaya is one of the most attractive tourist spots where you can enjoy delicious foods and scenic beauty. All of the houses and hotels are beautifully- colored. Also, it is one of the well-known colorful places on the globe. The charm of this city is magical, along with the peaceful ambience on the contrast and the crowd on a side to add colors to the place.  

Do you agree with us that these cities are really wonderful destinations? Share your feelings below and let’s enjoy together!




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