The Most 10 Colorful Cities in The World
Here is a tour of the world’s most colorful cities.
The reasons for the spread of blue vary in the Moroccan city of Chefchaouen, according to the person you ask. Others say this blue swamp is a natural pest of mosquitoes spread in the hills on which the city was built, and other explanations.
No matter what the blue color of Chefchaouen, the city is one of the most colorful cities in the world.
Busan, South Korea
South Korea’s second biggest city is always second to Seoul. But if there is a reason to put Busan at the top of your list of interests when visiting South Korea, this will be why the cultural village of Gamchen.
The village is a hillside covered with colorful houses that are often likened to people who cut off the lego, which is one of the most famous places on the Korean Peninsula, and perhaps even in the whole world.
Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa
Cape Town is always at the top of the list of the most beautiful cities around the world, so we should not be surprised to consider it within attractive destinations. Nor is it a big surprise that Cape Town is a city of dazzling colors. It is located on the fertile Cape Peninsula and surrounded by three sides of the blue Atlantic Ocean.
Cartagena, the jewel of the Colombian coast of Colombia, has everything travelers might want: from a charming old town, to its global beaches, from a vibrant cultural scene to fresh, delicious seafood.
Like many of the cities on this list, Copenhagen is also an amazing place to visit even if it is not for its colorful buildings.
On the other hand, a trip to Copenhagen is not complete without passing through the Nehaven district, a port of colorful buildings with bright colors.
Although the Indian city of Jaipur is known as the “Pink City”, its buildings and walls look closer to the smoky clay, also known as the “terracotta”.
On the other hand, most of the other things the visitor finds in the city are established in the pink city, from the pink taxis you can ride to allow you to see the sights of the city, to a large collection of pink memorabilia.
When you think of Santorini Island in Greece, you probably see two colors: white, the color of many buildings, the blue of the surface color and the glittering Ionian sea color that embraces the island’s beach.
In fact, the façade of buildings in the island town of Oia has a number of other colors, but blue and white are overwhelming and very bright, making them easier to focus on.
Notting Hill, London, UK
The most related images in London are those that show rain and clouds, as climate change has not carried much of the warming to the British Isles.
On the other hand, the Nottingham area is an important exception, especially the Portblue Road, which should be your destination if you want a direct window to see London, which may be surprising, among the most colorful cities around the world.
Unfortunately, sometimes there is a need to get a break when visiting; as a result of the large number of tourists who roam its streets.
If you want this break, Borano will be a great place for that purpose, an easily accessible island.
To make sure, Borano has aquatic channels similar to its counterparts in the main part of Venice, but has more colorful buildings than its counterparts near Rialto Bridge.