This world is full of colourful wonders waiting to be explored and these colourful cities just look like a fairytale world to all.
These bright and vibrant cities look so magical and charming and make it hard to believe that these cities even exist in the world. This world has some of the most colourful cities and towns sure to bring a smile to your faces.
Some of these are listed as under:
1. Havana, Cuba
The capital city of Cuba is famous for its rich colors and atrocities. It is so rich in culture, character and the colors add to the surprises of the city.
The mixing of past and present culture is vividly seen through its pastel-shaded colonial buildings, vintage cars, and Brooklyn cool bars.
It has everything wonderful like creaky front doors are open, old men can be seen playing chess on the sideways and jazz music from every corner.
The spectacular city of Havana is filled with ancient museums, galleries, and restaurants with tourism skyrocketing in Cuba as people love visiting someplace so fascinating.
Located in the cosy surroundings of the Riff mountains, Chefchaouen is defined as the “Blue Pearl” of Morocco due to its contrasting blue colours. The white and blue buildings look just out of postcards with the city as old as built in the 15th century.
The Spanish settlements can be seen in large numbers settling here with their traditions of painting everything blue in remembrance of God.
Every inch of the city looks so distinctive from public squares, mosques, buildings, houses to lampposts, and even the flower pots. Apart from the sizzling blue color, it has a culinary scene with streets lined with handmade wares and old fortresses to explore.
3. Cinque Terre, Italy
Cinque Terre is known worldwide because of its pastel-colored buildings looking next to perfection. It is such a pretty fishing village located on the steep terrains of Italian Riviera. The city dates back to the early medieval centuries.
You can get lost in the city wandering at the olive groves, swimming in the pristine waters, or just sitting at a harbourside café overlooking the sea for spending some quality time.
4. Sintra, Portugal
With pastel-hued manor houses at the backdrop of the Serra Mountains, Sintra is also called the “Disneyland for the adults”.
It is quite an easy reach from Lisbon with the bright yellow Pena palace being the jewel of this colourful town. There are so many things to explore here like castle ruins, gardens, monasteries, and sandy beaches.
5. Bo’kaap, Cape Town
The vividly painted tightly packed cottages of lime green, hot pink and burnt orange look majestic and so out of the world. The streets are lined with these tiny quaint cottages still being occupied by the descendants of the city.
The streets are so picturesque with the signature homemade koeksister being the best thing in the city. It is a coconut dusted doughnut topped with syrup.
Pick up your favourite colourful town and do plan your next trip to that place for a fulfilling and thrilling experience!